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Big Bets on Bhatt

Big Bets on Bhatt

Somnath Bhatt, born and raised in Ahmedabad, is the toast of the western art world as his work gets selected by the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

Strings of Melody

Strings of Melody

Veena virtuoso Ananthapadmanabhan and his art are a testimony to the grand musical heritage of India, values, principles and charm of an era gone by

Hidden Heritage

Hidden Heritage

Primitive cave paintings dating back to approximately 30,000 years make Bhimbetka an awe-inspiring history tale told entirely in picture

Turning Paper to Life

Turning Paper to Life

Gopalsamy Subramanian beautifully captures the calmness of Buddha, the strength and dedication of Hanuman and more

Thanks for Small Mercies

Thanks for Small Mercies

Tilak Gitai, acclaimed miniature and Phad painter, thanks the Government’s transparent selection process for his Padma Shri

The Light of Vision

The Light of Vision

Benode Behari Mukherjee found his own individual path and that made him different from most of his contemporaries

Fruit of labour

Fruit of labour

Pushed to the edge, Tantubai women from Bengal’s weaver community take to making bael malas to support their families

Shades of illusion

Shades of illusion

20-year-old Mumbaikar Sushant Sushil Rane’s incredible 3D paintings will leave your eyes baffled as they literally jump off the page

Jagged Remains

Jagged Remains

Zargar Zahoor portrays the beauty as well as the tension prevailing in Kashmir

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