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DEPENDENCE - physical or psychological need to take a drug on a continuing basis in order to experience its effects or avoid withdrawal symptoms

Bachchan has also narrated several films including Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977), Lagaan (2001), Parineeta (2005), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), (2011), and Krrish 3 (2013). He has also performed as a playback singer for films like Laawaris (1981), Silsila , and Baghban .

हमारी साइट ब्राउज़ करते समय कृपया हमें उन समस्याओं के बारे में बताएं जो आप सामना कर रहे हैं हमें इसका समाधान करने में खुशी होगी

India has hundreds of festivals each year that spark creativity and promote the use of traditional costumes and formal outfits. There are political holidays that require formal wear, and festival days that mark the birth of our gods: Ganesh Chaturthi, Maha Shiv Ratri, Janmashtmi, etc where all regional and mythological costumes are used in celebrations. In addition to holidays and holy days, costumes and fancy dress are often used for stage shows at kindergartens, upper schools and various other public performances. We enjoy helping people get ready for these events with formal dress and costume dress.  In fact, we assisted with a Guinness World Record event of the “Maximum Number of Students Dressed as Einstein” by helping them break the previous record of 300 “Einsteins” by grabbing 524 students at Indian International Science Fair held on December 9th, 2016.  We are awaiting the official word from Guinness .  

It was against this backdrop that the New Year festival developed, which was also the onset of a street culture in Cape Town. Capetonians were very fond of processions and parades and by the mid-nineteenth century groups would go from bar to bar with burning torches, making music. However, this was not welcomed by everyone. In 1803 a regulation was passed banning private music bands or any other form of musical assembly from playing in the streets after sunset or before sunrise.  This subsequently resulted in a lack of organized entertainment in Cape Town during the time of slavery. Permitted musical entertainment was mostly provided by the military, while other types of entertainment were provided by the taverns. Also, the absence of theatres and organised entertainment further fuelled the development of a street culture, since this was the only other space where people could join together to organise informal processions, observe parades and create music.

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The ‘Cultural Arc’ is a development proposal adopted since 2000 by the City of Johannesburg to integrate culturally important institutions and sites located in Newtown and Braamfontein. The Arc stretches from the Newtown Cultural Precinct via the Nelson Mandela Bridge to the University of the Witwatersrand, the South African Ballet Theatre studios, the Joburg Theatre as well as the Constitution Hill precinct which in turn incorporates the Women’s Jail, the Old Fort, Number Four, the Governor’s house and the Constitutional Court. Collectively the Arc incorporates four theatre complexes, various dance studios, live music venues, significant museum and art collections, historic sites and monuments, as well as a year-round programme of cultural events. Since 2006 a number of public artworks have also been installed in Newtown and Braamfontein.

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