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    1212TTD8Tune in
    December 13, Jayamahal Road
    The Ruhaniyat Music Festival, an annual fixture for the last 14 years, returns with a spectacular line up. From Parvathy Baul from West Bengal, who’ll be performing Baul songs, to a Qawwali performance by Ghulam Waris and Ghulam Sabir from Delhi, it’s a celebration of traditional music not to be missed. At Jayamahal Palace Hotel. Tickets (Rs.600) on bookmyshow.com

    Rolling on
    December 13, MG Road
    A group exhibition of artwork related to the skateboarding scene in India aims to raise funds to build more skateparks countrywide. So if you’re an expert on pivots and wheelies or if you just want to find out more about the sport and pick up something interesting for your wall at home, then you should drop by. 12 pm onwards. At Rangoli Art Centre. Details: 22969265

    1212TTD2Festive flame
    December 14, Koramangala
    Get into the Christmas spirit at this candle making workshop, which will guide you through the process of creating your own wax masterpiece. Perfect as an extra personal stocking filler for friends and family, you can also keep your creations to help set the right mood at home. Rs.1,200 per person. 10.30 am. At Atta Galatta. Details and registration: 9342818593

    1212TTD7Do it yourself
    December 13, Sanjaynagar
    With experience playing at the
    Sydney Opera House and for president Obama, Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill
    gear up to conduct a workshop, on the fiddle and guitar respectively. Anyone with a flair for music should take this opportunity to learn from the masters. Free event, but registration is required. 11.30 am onwards. At Subramaniam Academy of Performing Arts
    Details: 8861302886

    1212TTDExtra2Day tripper
    December 14, Tumkur Road
    Ahead of India Bike Week in February in Goa, the festival team (in association with Bangalore RD 350 Club) is organising a Pakoda Breakfast Ride in the city. Join them this Sunday for a trip to Devarayanadurga, with a hearty breakfast stop on the way. Free event. At Nelmalanga Toll Gate, 8 am. Details: indiabikeweek.in

    1212TTDExtra1aWith a smile
    December 13, Yelahanka
    Sophia High School presents Journey of a Thousand Smiles, an evening with Deepika Padukone. Musician/actor Farhan Akhtar and dancer Sneha Kapoor will entertain the audience with an energetic performance, to spread awareness about education. At Supernova Arena, 7.30 pm onwards. Tickets (Rs.500) upwards on indianstage.in.

    1212TTD4aWrapping up
    Ongoing, Malleswaram
    Snuggle up warm but still look fabulous, with the new winter collection from Lifestyle. From cosy tribal printed cardigans to sweatshirts with Peter Pan collar detailing and colourful jackets, there’s everything you could need to beat the December chill. Rs.1,899 upwards. At Mantri Mall. Details: 22658934

    1212TTD3aTinsel town
    December 15, Vasant Nagar
    Catch the launch of The Politics of Hindi Cinema in the New Millennium, a book that explores Bollywood in its latest avatar. Author and noted film critic MK Raghavendra will discuss his revealing analysis of 28 films released since 2000 with writer Akumal Ramchander. Free  event. 7 pm. At Alliance Française. Details: 41231340

    1212TTD5On your bike
    December 14, Whitefield
    Giving youngsters the chance to give their bicycles an outing is Young Wheels, a cyclothon exclusively for kids, organised to celebrate  world energy conservation day. Children up to 17 years of age can join in, with little tots having a shorter route and older children being challenged to cycle further. Participants get a certificate and the first 1,000 registrations are free.  At Inorbit Mall. Details: 9731611455

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