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Kalamkari

Kalamkari workshop with Manasa Shastry

Kalamkari is an art, which is practiced with different styles in two distinct places in Andhra PradeshKalamkari art has been practiced by many families in Andhra Pradesh and over the generations has constituted their livelihood. Kalamkari had a certain decline, then it was revived in India and abroad for its craftsmanship. Since the 18th century,

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Watercolour mountains

4 Easy Ways to Create Mountains With Watercolor by Ezhil Aparajit

The love for mountains is simply never-ending. Some learn from it, some calm themselves losing in its mystical beauty while some take it back with them. Wonder how? By capturing the sight of the enthralling beauty into their favorite canvas, sealing it forever. Drawing mountains is a tedious job but when learned the right way,

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Garwal

Garhwal Painting workshop with Kanchan Duggal

Garhwal painting originated in Himachal and was first dominated by the Mughal style. Later, it started reflecting the cruder version of Kangra traditions. Garhwal painting was deeply indebted to the Kangra school. A rich collection of Garhwal paintings is displayed in the University Museum in Srinagar, Garhwal. Some of them can be seen in ‘Bharat

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Madhubani painting workshop

Madhubani Painting workshop with Yamuna

Mithila painting, also known as Madhubani painting, is done using fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and match sticks. The sketches and various consumer goods are made with folk motifs of Mithila. Its main theme is traditional geometric patterns. This art form was brought to further public attention in 1934 when the worst earthquake of magnitude 8.0

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Durga Avatar Painting workshop with Anupriya Nandy

Durga Avatar Painting Workshop with Anupriya Nandy

According to mythological legend Durga was created for the slaying of the buffalo demon Mahishasura by Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and the other gods, who were powerless to overcome him. Embodying their collective energy (shakti), she is both derivative from the male divinities and the true source of their inner power. She is also greater than

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DIY mug painting

Diy mug painting workshop with Gargi Manoj Hambarde

DIY Mugs are a fun and simple DIY craft, perfect to make for gifts.  You can make these painted mugs to be used to enjoy coffee and tea, or be decorative and filled with sweet treats. Treat yourself to a cup of hot coffee or a hot chocolate on a lazy Sunday morning with your

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Doodle character illustration

Doodle Character Illustration with Pooja Banka

A doodle is a drawing made while a person’s attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of random and abstract lines, generally on paper, and are called ‘scribbles’. Doodling enhances creative thought and lets one’s inner emotions come out. To help the Circle

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Faux Kalamkari Workshop with Arthi.V.Lal

Faux Kalamkari Workshop with Arthi.V.Lal

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Kalamkari is known to be a healing fabric as the colors, motifs and the narration of magical forms create an aura that heals an individual physically and spiritually. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari. To

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Clay Character Molding with Abhilasha Bhartiya

Clay Character Moulding with Abhilasha Bhartiya

Clay Character Molding with plasticine clay is popular among kids. Plasticine clay never hardens so it can be moulded endless times into different shapes. Bright colours, non-sticky and safe to handle are what make plasticine clay undoubtedly a learning material for clay character moulding. Franz Kolb, a pharmacy owner from Munich, Germany, invented plasticine in

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Nagaland Cloth painting workshop

Nagaland Cloth Painting Workshop with Anju Varma

Nagaland Cloth Painting is a legendary art form done by the Tribal community of Nagaland. These artworks are dedicated to the heroic deeds of the warriors of the region. Previously, the artwork was done by weaving and painting. Currently, however, the tribals only make it in the form of the painting. The element of imperfection

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