Indiaart features paintings, sculptures and exhibitions by professional artists, emerging artists as well as child artists. Indiaart has taken special efforts to document the contribution made by old masters to Indian art. "Art Marketplace" on Indiaart enables art collectors to buy and sell art.
Khula Aasmaan is the new age platform for children and young adults which encourages creative thought and innovation. Find amazing artworks and stimulating content by and for the young generation.
Art India Foundation's flagship project is promoting artists with special needs. They may be differently abled (physically challenged or mentally challenged) or may be suffering from chronic illness. The profile and story of each such artist will be presented in this section with details of their creations.
CSRworld has a vision to create a vibrant and all encompassing platform for CSR (corporate social responsibility) thought and action. CSRworld has multiple dimensions - showcase CSR practices and case studies of corporates, highlight NGOs and projects which need support and funding from CSR budgets.
Save Dhangkar is an initiative of concerned citizens which includes architects, photographers, geologists and others who through their collective efforts have done remarkable work in ensuring that this 1000+ year old monastery in Spiti does not wither away due to toll of the natural forces and human intervention.
Welcome to the world of Indian art, craft and photography. I have had the privilege of interacting and working with several well known artists apart from so many talented and energetic minds who may not be so well known. India is blessed with diversity of every kind.
I love to travel and explore. Preferred modes are walking, cycling and trains. Keen to understand the history and culture of the place I am visiting, enjoy local food and connect with people who have their roots there.
There is this small patch of wooded area on the walk towards the back gate of Pune university from the Range Hills road. The play of light through the trees and the shadows on the ground there in the morning hour is quite a visual.