Tag: Indian Art

Meet Sneha Suresh – A visual Communicator & Entrepreneur

We spoke with Sneha about her latest projects, the need for preserving our heritage, her own brand and much more.

Street Art – A Developing Art Form in India

Street Art in India has been around for a while, but these days its taking a leap due to involvement of young people in expressing social causes in artistic ways...

Agrima Kaji – An Illustrator Who Sees Women for What They Are!

In conversation with Agrima Kaji, about her passion for art, her interest in women from different regions and fields and her acumen in creating petite, yet powerful mini-series.

Scroll Paintings of India – A Fine Mix of Story-telling and Art

The different types of Scroll paintings are an integral part of the visual arts and most of these are as much about tradition and culture as about skill, color and craft.

Kerala’s Beautiful Eco-friendly Handicrafts

Kerala has a wide variety of eco-friendly handicrafts. Here, take a look at the ones that beautifully capture the rich culture and heritage of the State.

Studio Joyeeta – Art that Spreads Joy, Hope and Love

Joyeeta Bose, A young artist with a mind of her own, Joyeeta has been professionally painting since her college days; however, the artist within her has been around for long. 

Trendsetting Bridal Mehndi Patterns To Wear This Season

A mehndi can add some glamour and oomph to your wedding attire and the Bridal Mehndi Patterns can actually be like a love story that has been etched on the hands of the bride.

Ganjifa – A Royal Deck of Artestic Cards (Sawantwadi)

Ganjifa - a different game of cards from the royal palace which was practiced in Sawantwadi in Maharastra.

NataCampa – Back to the Roots of Indian Performing Arts

The idea behind NataCampa is to encourage and give true artists a platform to showcase their talent and skill. At the same time it also acts as the means to restore, preserve and encourage the different performing arts across the nation across the nation

Tanjore Paintings – A Timeless Spiritual Legacy

The Tanjore paintings finds its origins in South India and flourished under the patronage of the Vijayanagar and Maratha royals.

Prajne – Ancient Artifacts Get a New Life

”Prajne” which means consciousness in Kannada is to pay a heartfelt tribute to the old age artifacts of ancient India. Let’s check out her story which inspired her to begin with the project.

Warli Paintings – A Timeless Folk Art Form of India

The Warli paintings, created by the Warli tribe, residing in the north Sahyadri Range is one such priceless art form that though carried on for years by the tribe has found fame, appreciation and usability in today’s modern times.

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