Next Bangalore speaker

Uday Kumar

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June 30, 9:30am • Begur, Pancha Linga Nageshwara Temple • part of a series on Wonder

June is Wonder with Udaya Kumar P L, spreading the joy about our city’s history through the inscription stones of Bangalore!
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Date: 30 June (Sunday) 2019
Time: 9:30 am to 11:00 am
Venue: Begur, Pancha Linga Nageshwara Temple (Map link:

(The talk will take place under the shade of a tree, and seating will be on the floor. Parking is available outside the venue.
Although our audience is always a set of very mindful and sensitive people <3 , we’d like to bring to everyone’s attention that the venue happens to be the oldest temple in Bangalore and requires our consciousness towards its physical structure and ways of functioning.
Let’s be aware that our kind of talks are not what the temple was made for, and that the authorities are kind enough to accommodate us for this experience.)

“Our sense of wonder is the code for tapping into our most creative selves.”
Our Copenhagen chapter chose this month’s exploration of Wonder and Rune Fisker illustrated the theme. (at Pancha Linga Nageshwara Temple)

(This is an audio clip)
Preserving sounds of the past - a collective of sounds contributed by the attendees of CreativeMornings Bangalore, on 26 May 2019, at the talk on #CMpreserve by Geeta Gurappa.
Thanks to our venue partner Chitrabhoomi Fsd
#cmbengaluru #creativemornings #CMpreserve #adobe #mailchimp #wordpress (at Bangalore, India)


Dilip Kumar Pattubala is an Acumen Fellow and the Co-founder & CEO of Sukhibhava Foundation, a not for profit focusing on making menstruation a non issue in the marginalised communities of India.Dilip has a Master’s degree in International Social Welfare and Social Policy from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom and worked for organizations like The Akshaya Patra Foundation, HelpAge India and Pollinate Energy. He is super passionate about breaking the silence around subjects that people hesitate to talk about.

April is Inclusive with Dilip Kumar Pattubala sharing his journey as co-founder of Sukhibhava, a not for profit focusing on making menstruation a non issue in the marginalized communities of India.

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Date: 21 April (Sunday) 2019
Time: 9:30 am to 11:00 am
Venue: The Bohemian House (Map link:

(Please note that the venue is situated within the Woody’s complex near Richmond circle - parking available)

#CMinclusive #creativemornings #cmblr #cmbengaluru#creativemorningsbangalore

—– April’s theme is Inclusive —–
“People who include with intention, raise their hand to do the work of embracing what is unfamiliar.”

Our Grand Rapids chapter chose this month’s exploration of Inclusive, Libby VanderPloeg illustrated the theme, and is presenting the theme globally.


S. Vishwanath is a story-teller, writer and educator on sustainable water and sanitation.