Painters pay an ode to Lord Buddha at the residential camp by Lalitya Foundation

Report by: Nation Next Newsroom

Photojournalist: Himanshu Pal

Apr 28, 2018 19:52

Nagpur based non-profit organization – Lalitya Foundation – in association with Nation Next as media partner has conducted a three-day residential camp cum national level art summit called ‘Namo Buddhay’ at Hotel Orient Tabiah, Nagpur.

The summit, which kick started from today (April 28) and will go on till Buddha Pournima (April 30), will see more than 40 artists from across the country paying an ode to Lord Buddha through their paintings. On the first day of the camp, various artists were seen creating beautiful paintings of Lord Buddha on the canvas. The artists will create several other paintings of Lord Buddha in the coming two days.

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In the coming months these beautiful paintings will be exhibited and will be available for sale in cities like Mumbai, Indore, Bhopal, Raipur and Nagpur.

The proceeds from ‘Namo Buddhay’ exhibition will ne donated by Lalitya Foundation for its noble cause of educating marginalized girls (Age 18-35) and for giving them a livelihood. The education program will consist of two modules:

→ Software and Designing (Maya Academy of Advance Cinematics, Nagpur)

→ Painting & Pottery (Genesys School of Pottery, Nagpur)