Nagpur has now become one of the most sought after places where a numerous things go on for entertainment, creativity and educational purposes. The Live Nagpur suggests you some great things happening this weekend where you could learn, enjoy and use your creativity after a week-long work.
Maha Marathon by Lokmat:
The Nagpur Maha Marathon 21K will be held on Sunday, February 3. The Race category is half marathon for 18 years and above, power run of 10 kms for 16 years and above, fun run of 5 kms for 12 years and above and family run of 3 kms which is open to all. Finishers’ medal, timing certificates and other such gifts is what you can look for. The event is paid.
Branding and Digital Marketing for Business and Professional Growth:
Dr Sanjay Arora of city will conduct a workshop on Branding and Digital Marketing for Business and Professional Growth at Chitnavis Centre on Sunday, February 3. Dr Sanjay Arora has formulated a one day workshop for professionals and business owners. He will also give practical local case studies using traditional tools like brand identity development and use of various social media platforms. The event is paid
Photo-Talk with Trishita Bhattacharya:
Trishita Bhattacharya will be in Nagpur to explore and share her views and learning on art of Instagramming and photography narrating her adventures and experiences. The event will happen in Chaos Theory, Sadoday Arcade on Saturday, February 2 from 2 to 4 pm. The event is paid.
‘Samvad Rajdutt yanchyashi’:
Conceptualised by Ajey Gampawar, people will get to hear director of Shapit, Madhuchandra, Aparadh, Pudhcha Paul, Sarja, MafichaSakshidar, Are sansar sansar, Rajdutt. It will be an interactive session between director and Ajey Gampawar. The event will be conducted in Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Hall, Persistent systems ltd, Gayatri Nagar on February 3, Sunday at 6 pm. The event is open to all and free.
Nagpur’s Story of Evolution:
The core of old city Nagpur has many heritage structures belonging to Gond and Bhosale period. It will be a walk back in time through these places that have witnessed evolution of Nagpur and listen to stories of people. The guided tour is open to all and free. It will be conducted on February 3, Sunday from 8 am to 10 am. The meeting time is 7:45 am at Gond King Palace Gate, Mahal, Nagpur. The walk will be lead by Amol Wanjari and Mandira Neware and will be conducted by Sahapedia.