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Madhubani Bookmark workshop with Anika Bhargava

Madhubani Bookmark workshop

What better way could be to surprise a book lover than to gift him/her with a striking handmade bookmark? Absolutely nothing, right? Bookmarks can be made using different designs and styles as per one’s desire. But have you ever thought of pairing your bookmark with a Madhubani style painting? Well, if not, you better begin doing it. Because doing so allows you to create some of the most celebrated bookmarks that your partner is sure to love and embrace. 

But how is one supposed to learn it? The Circle Community’s Madhubani Bookmark workshop with Anika Bhargava is the answer. The workshop walks you through some of the best designs you probably could practise in order to win some unmatchable bookmark pieces. 

About the Artist:- 

Anika Bhargava is a young creative mind who’s set to explore her own pathways in various types of art and art forms. She’s a passionate learner and a strong mind who holds a noticeable presence in a creative arena through her fine & celebrated contribution in various forms of art. 

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The workshop began:- 

The workshop began with the host announcing a warm introduction about the workshop mentor, Anika Bhargava and her expertise in the field down the years. On successful introduction, she then took over and began with sharing basics to consider when making a bookmark. 

She also walked the attendees through the concept of Madhubani painting and the ways you could complement your bookmark with. She began making a bookmark which was followed by the attendees too. Her clear and precise instructions throughout the session made the workshop extremely fun and engaging allowing participants to learn in their own unique ways. 

Towards the end of the workshop:- 

Towards the end of the workshop, a beautiful bookmark piece with a Madhubani art touch was created by Anika. The attendees of the workshop who were of different age groups co-created the pieces too. On successful creation, their pieces were highlighted and tailored with constructive feedback. 

The session proved to be a great learning to the fresh and creative minds who were confidently convinced to try more of it. 

The Circle Community, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together. 

On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!

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