Children taught history of Nagpur through paintings
- | Monday | 11th February, 2019
Close to 50 children, 50 patrons and 50 skilled artists participated in the exhibition and made paintings depicting a long-forgotten characteristic of the city. Filmmaker Jabbar Patel was the chief guest.The exhibition hosted 50 groups — each having three members from three generations. “I didn’t know that there was such a hospital, and I came to know here that it was the first maternity hospital of the city. So, we wanted these children to know where their roots lie,” said the president of Basoli group Chandrakant Channe.“These paintings will be a mirror of where we have come from and where they we are going. My grandmother helped me out with lots of stories of marbat procession and why it is carried out.Read Full Article Here
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