30 things to do this Republic Day Weekend in Pondicherry
The Republic Day Weekend is one of the most bustling weekends in Pondicherry and Auroville. You can choose from a village tour of Bahour, a stand-up comedy show, the Auroville Potters’ Market and live music concerts and a number of parties this Republic Day weekend.
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Stand-up Comedy: Kaushal Dayani: 150 Rs
Bahour Village Tour : Rs. 150
Find full list of events for this Republic Day Weekend :
Diva: Tribute to Sridevi
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Face to Face
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Noises Off : Comedy Auroville Comedy presents Noises Off by Michael Frayn . Auroville Comedy is a group of performersRead more.
Saturday Night With FT Lov
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Saturday Night LIVE
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Juggling Workshop by Romain Timmers
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Creeva Group Exhibition
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Karthigai Deepam 2019 Tiruvannamalai
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Sustainable Habitats Workshop
Sustainable Habitats Workshop In creating the sustainable habitats, environmental designers and architects must consider no element as a waste productRead more.
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