It promises to be an exciting day for the whole family, with activities including an interactive and musical Giant Snakes and Ladders, the story of Rushubdev Bhagwan in dance, traditional Rangoli demonstrations and workshops, and a chance to see the JAINpedia Travelling exhibition.
The programme for the day will be as follows:
Giant Snakes & Ladders!
Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre,
12.00, 13.30 & 15.30
Take part in an upbeat, colourful and interactive performance with singing, dancing and a giant ‘Snakes and Ladders’ board game!
Traditional Rangoli Demonstration
South East Asia, Room 47a , 10.00 – 17.30
A Rangoli is a traditional Indian floor decoration made with various coloured pigments or pulses. See a design, inspred by Jal Mandir in Pavapuri, evolve with Shobna and Pratima Haria. This design will be started on Saturday 24th November.
Drop in Design: Rangoli Creations
The Lunch Room, Sackler Centre
10.30 – 17.00
Search the Museum for bold patterns to create your very own Rangoli design, small enough to take home!
The Winning Rangoli!
Design Studio, Sackler Centre
10.30 – 16.30
Play your part in producing the winning Rangoli from a nationwide Design competition, launched by JAINpedia, especially for this event.
The Story of Rushubhdev Bhagwan
South Asia, Room 41, Level 1
12.30, 14.30 & 16.00
Join Prakruti Dance as they tell the story of the Jina Rushubhdev Bhagwan, with traditional music and dress. Also, see the sculpture that was the inspiration behind the dance!
We look forward to seeing you all there on the 25th!