Jaipur Artist Contributes For A Noble Cause At An Event Organised In Pink City Today

Spreading the art and culture of Rajasthan, noted artist from Jaipur – Suvigya Sharma is all set to take another giant leap by joining hands with eminent chefs and cricketers of the country.

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An interactive event was organised in House of People, Hotel Las Vegas, Jaipur on May 20 where Suvigya discussed his two major upcoming projects and their relevance. The artist, who has even done restoration works at the famous Jal Mahal, Jaipur City Palace and a few havelis at Udaipur and Kishangarh, thinks that the art of miniature painting is perishing in the country. His love and devotion towards Rajasthan and the conservation of its rich culture and heritage has acted as an inspiration for spreading the art of miniature paintings across the globe.
Passionate towards keeping the art form of Rajasthan alive and promoting it worldwide through art works and auctions, the artist discussed how he will be contributing for the same with the help of his two major events-
1. Raising funds for Social Hash and NDMCT through an art and photo exhibition ‘Canvas For A Cause’ in Mumbai on June 11.
2. Inaugural ceremony for “Utsav”, the coffee table book by the very famous Vikas Khanna, for which the artist has designed the cover page portrait.
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Suvigya considers art is like meditation and intends to recreate and preserve it with the help and support of the youth of the nation.  Having worked with some of the big names like Ambani, Birla, Binani and the most loved Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut and Rani Mukherji, he will now be working with our very own celebrity chef Vikas Khanna, heartthrob of the nation Virat Kohli and Charitable trusts like Social Hash, Nargis Dutt Memorial Charitable Trust (NDMCT) and Smile Foundation.

WhatsApp-Image-20160519Hand painted ceiling in 24 karat gold as a part of heritage restoration done by Suvigya

 

The artist, who has even done restoration works at the famous Jal Mahal, Jaipur City Palace and a few havelis at Udaipur and Kishangarh, thinks that the art of miniature painting is perishing in the country. His love and devotion towards Rajasthan and the conservation of its rich culture and heritage has acted as an inspiration for spreading the art of miniature paintings across the globe.

“It is said that charity begins from home but in my case I will probably have to go the other way round. I am in talks with a few NGOs in the city and once I am back from Mumbai I am keen on doing something for a cause here in Jaipur.” – Suvigya Sharma
We think that nothing can be better than spreading the art and culture of Rajasthan with the help of art works and paintings and Suvigya Sharma has been able to keep it alive through his work showing his love for the state.
Event covered by 2 New Interns at Jaipur Beat – Milind Thapar & Somya Aggarwal
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