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TRADITIONS, IN-BETWEEN SPACES AND ICONOGRAPHY: TALK WITH NADHRA KHAN

TRADITIONS, IN-BETWEEN SPACES AND ICONOGRAPHY: TALK WITH NADHRA KHAN

Abstract In 17th–19th century paintings, Guru Nanak (1469–1539) is usually portrayed with a fixed set of attributes, each laden with references to cultural practices and beliefs of his and these ...
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Expressions of Divinity: Celebrating Baba Nanak through art

Expressions of Divinity: Celebrating Baba Nanak through art

Written by Ashveer Pal SinghFrom Bangkok to Birmingham to Bhatinda, people around the world are commemorating the 550th birth anniversary of a beloved saint, scholar, and poet from the South ...
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Interview with Rupy C. Tut

Interview with Rupy C. Tut

Interview by Mehar Nijjar Rupy C Tut is an Oakland based artist who uniquely combines the two traditions of miniature painting and calligraphy. With roots in India, Tut’s art challenges ...
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Expressions of Divinity : Volunteers Needed

Expressions of Divinity : Volunteers Needed

DILLI HAAT transports you to the magical world of Indian art and heritage presented through a fascinating panorama of craft, cuisine and cultural activities.We need your help at the Art ...
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Maharaja Ranjit Singh Statue in Lahore Fort-Pakistan

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Statue in Lahore Fort-Pakistan

By Bobby Singh BansalAs a writer and historian, I have been visiting Pakistan since 1989, for research on Sikh history. During my numerous visits to Pakistan, I had noticed that ...
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Rupy Kaloti: a Surrealist Painter and Storyteller

Rupy Kaloti – A Surrealist Painter and Storyteller

By Amrita Bhasin Colorful, striking, and thought-provoking, Rupy Kaloti’s paintings (@eyebeonit) and dream-like portraits captivate one’s attention. Her surrealist work nevertheless manages to uniquely capture Punjabi folk stories and her ...
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