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  1. ITem for sale: Nikon D800, bought in late 2012. Asking price: Rs 85000/- Item Location: Mumbai Item description: In excellent condition, Nikon D800 body with battery, charger, body cap, USB cable, original box.. Item condition: Excellent, always kept in a dehumidifying cabinet, Are you the original owner?: Yes DO you have the original invoice?: Yes Items included in the sale (Example : lens cap, carry bag, box etc): Nikon D800 body with battery, charger, body cap, USB cable, original box.. Preferred shipment method (courier, personal etc): No shipping. Too risky. Preferred method of payment?: Cash or bank transfer. Return policy: No returns, no refunds. Please check to satisfaction at my premises before buying. Special Note: It is sparingly used, only some 9600 types shutter count.
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    No rules. No juries. No selection. Just Bring Your Film to the Festival. Held every year from 21-25 Feb, at Hotel Pink House, Puri, Odisha, India. http://www.byoff.org
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    CMS VATAVARAN – India’s only International Environment & Wildlife Film Festival and Forum is a unique initiative of Centre for Media Studies (CMS). Based on extensive research, this festival was initiated for encouraging environment films and forums that result in perception, practice and policy change. This festival has an international recognition and isin its fifteenth year of eventful journey since 2002. It has organised 8 competitive and 55 travelling festivals in 41 cities of 26 Indian states during this period. CMS VATAVARAN has now become a movement and inspired many organizations & individuals to use films and film festivals as a medium to catalyse change. It has reached to more than 5, 00,000 people directly. As a result, it has created a strong network of Indian and International filmmakers, policymakers, academicians, research think tanks, environmentalists, journalists, students of all streams, defence & paramilitary forces and nature enthusiasts. http://cmsvatavaran.org/
  4. Jagran Film Festival

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    Details on the festival Website: http://jagranfilmfestival.co.in/
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    Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India
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    Where you are living does not matter, if you are a film buff,come to JIFF, Jaipur every January. You can find and see wonderful films, world Cinema, Oscar nominee films, films in many regional languages of the World, debut directors film at one place. Meet here with talented people & film makers, writers, directors, producers, distributors, sales agents, find here new thoughts, ideas and business. WELCOME to New Emerging Film Capital of India & the World.
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    Kerala State Chalachitra Academy, a Kerala Government Institution to promote cinema conducts International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK)every year. A competition section for the films from Asian and African andLatin American countries is the highlight of the festival. The Golden CrowPheasant Award with a cash prize INR 15 lakhs (approximate 30,000 US dollars) for the best feature film to be shared equally between the director and the producer.
  8. Taj Mahotsave

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    Taj Mahotsav, one of the most eagerly awaited festivals, is celebrated from 18th to 27th March this year at Shilpgram near the Eastern gate of "Taj Mahal". This 10 days long carnival is actually a vibrant platform that gives you information of India where you can find India’s richarts, crafts, cultures, cuisine, dance and music. Taj Mahal is the most beautiful historical place of India which tells about incredible India. Taj Mahotsav is organized by UP Tourism and it is a source to increase Indian Tourism.
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    What is Rishikesh Spirit? As the name suggests, Rishikesh Spirit is an effort to showcase the best of Rishikesh at one place and highlight the best of cafes, festivals, Yoga places, events & attractions of this mystical place. Our objective is to bring together people, communities and businesses that love this city and share their knowledge to you! Who is behind Rishikesh Spirit? . We're just a bunch of people who love Rishikesh, who think that the Rishikesh remains mostly unexplored & untapped by visitors alike, be it the heritage, culture or its amazing people. Why Rishikesh Spirit? Rishikesh Spirit is an entertainment guide forvisiter as well as locals coming into the town. The idea is to share latest information and independent reviews on anything & everything of this city. Some Disclaimers: We'd also like you to know that rishikeshspirit.com is not the official website of the rishikesh nor is it affiliated with the official tourism board or a publishing house. We strive to share unbiased, insightful and compelling information on what's hot and what's not in the town. Getting through to us: You can write to us on hello@rishikeshspirit.com
  10. HillTop Festival 2018

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    HillTop Festival 2018 Goa, India
  11. India art Festival

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    India Art Festival, a contemporary art fair founded in 2011 isa new model for dialogue and collaborations between art galleries, art dealers, art buyers, artists, interior designer, architects and art connoisseurs who come together every year under roof. India Art Festival (IAF) along with mid-level and major art galleries also provides the opportunity to emerging, independent artists to get discovered and enjoy the attention along with the established artists.
  12. India Art Fair

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    India Art Fair is South Asia’s leading platform for modern and contemporary art and portal to the region’s cultural landscape. Founded in 2008, India Art Fair has become the bedrock of a now booming cultural community with connections to every level of the market. Building on thesefoundations, India Art Fair is expanding its programming to reflect SouthAsia’s immense diversity in the visual arts and to provide a platform for innovation across disciplines and exchange, throughout the region and the world.
  13. Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

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    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  14. Jaipur Literature Festival

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    Described as the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is the world’s largest free event of its kind. Equity and democracy run through the Festival’s veins, placing some of the world’s greatest minds, humanitarians, historians, politicians, businessleaders, sports people and entertainers from all walks of life together on stage. This free and egalitarian access to these renowned thinkers and writers is a powerful statement in a country where access to such individualsremains the privilege of a few. The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival provides a potentially life-changing opportunity for audiences from Rajasthan, across India and the world to learn from and exchange ideas with contemporaryliterary stalwarts.
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    Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival , India’s first major literary initiative of the year, India's only literary Festival created by a bookstore and Kolkata’s first literary festival, reflects our city’s vibrancyof thought, its engagement with the literary world at large...Explore literature as part of our tangible and intangible heritage…Celebrate books, music, art, film, and more with the finest creative minds in the nation and globally, as events unfold at the city’s magnificent heritage sites, and in India's finest and most loved bookstore, the Oxford Bookstore. AKLF’s 2017 schedule is woven around starting conversations to make the worlda more inclusive place. Spotlighting Kolkata’s unique cultural heritage ofinclusiveness, the programme of the eighth edition of AKLF was announced aboard a cruise on the banks of Ganga. AKLF 2017 programming spans the entire spectrum of inclusion, from women and children to the underprivileged,including our tribute to Mahasweta Devi who brought the most marginalized into the fold of literature. The era of Post Truth, where facts are fast losing out to rhetoric, the reality globally, is discussed by experts; asis the impact of different media on our reality today. Every evening for three days, AKLF will pay a tribute to Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan through poetry and contemporary music at Poetry Café’ and Plug In, hosted at our mainvenue - St. Paul’s Cathedral grounds - chosen for its welcoming, accessible and inclusive nature. AKLF 2017 will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral,established in 1847 and Oxford Bookstore, established in 1919. The festival’s closing event will be hosted at St John's Church, built in 1787. The Festival conversations will also be hosted at Royal Calcutta Turf Club, Tollygunge Club, the campus of iLead & Presidency University, Daga Nikunj and Harrington Street Arts Centre. 10 reasons that make this a true booklovers’ lit fest - Meaningful conversations and Illuminating discussions, A world of new ideas and experiences, Interactions with thinkers andwriters in the company of like-minded book lovers, Literary events in historical heritage venues across the city, Engaging with the best minds from Kolkata, India, the world, The intimate ambience of a heritage bookstore steeped in tradition, Endless cups of hot chai on crisp winter afternoons and evenings, Meeting your favourite authors in an informal atmosphere, Discovering talented new writers, Asking the one question you always wanted to ask – and getting it answered.
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