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    Lost treasures
    As part of an attempt to create a movement to safeguard our national treasures, Apparao Galleries is hosting a talk by Vijay S Kumar. Titled  ‘On the Loot: The Return of the Gods’, it will touch upon the loss of India’s heritage treasures and the restitution of looted idols. Kumar will also discuss the recent high-profile return of the Sripuranthan Natarajan and the Vriddhachalam Ardhanam. At the gallery in Nungambakkam, on December 22, at 7 pm. Details: 9941012385

    Goddess, up close
    Bharatnatyam dancer Bala Devi Chandrashekhar—a disciple of renowned dancer Dr Padma Subrahmanyam—is presenting ‘Tripura – The Divine Feminine.’ The performance—inspired by the classic compilation Tripurarahsyam—promises to take the audience through the different stages of the Goddess. Today, at 6 pm, at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kilpauk. Details: 24643450

    Changing form
    Premièring during the 14th Natya Darshan Dance Symposium at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore, Aditi Mangaldas is set to perform a solo kathak performance, Widening Circles. Expect a modern twist on the traditional dance. On December 20, at 6.45 pm. Tickets from Rs.100 – Rs.1,500. Details: 24997788


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