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Canvas of Life: How Surat’s Textile Dreams Soar and Shape the City’s Aspirations,” Architect Jignesh Modi Explains in Samvaad (Part-2)

Welcome to Samvaad, where art meets conversation, and inspiration knows no bounds. Here we engage in insightful conversations with eminent personalities from the art fraternity. Through Samvaad, Abir Pothi aims to create a platform for thought-provoking discussions, providing readers with an exclusive glimpse into the creative processes, inspirations, and experiences of these creative individuals. From […]

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“It Used to be One-to-One Engagement but Now the Design Courses are More Focused On Pedagogy”, Says Architect Vishal Shah in Samvaad (Part-3)

Welcome to Samvaad, where art meets conversation, and inspiration knows no bounds. Here we engage in insightful conversations with eminent personalities from the art fraternity. Through Samvaad, Abir Pothi aims to create a platform for thought-provoking discussions, providing readers with an exclusive glimpse into the creative processes, inspirations, and experiences of these creative individuals. From

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How Architect Amitabh Sarma Perceives Art: Insights into Integrating Aesthetics and Design (Part-3)

Welcome to Samvaad, where art meets conversation, and inspiration knows no bounds. Here we engage in insightful conversations with eminent personalities from the art fraternity. Through Samvaad, Abir Pothi aims to create a platform for thought-provoking discussions, providing readers with an exclusive glimpse into the creative processes, inspirations, and experiences of these creative individuals. From

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Architect Amitabh Sarma Reflects on Evolution of Design: From Manual to Digital, Embracing Change Essential for Professional Growth (Part-1)

Welcome to Samvaad, where art meets conversation, and inspiration knows no bounds. Here we engage in insightful conversations with eminent personalities from the art fraternity. Through Samvaad, Abir Pothi aims to create a platform for thought-provoking discussions, providing readers with an exclusive glimpse into the creative processes, inspirations, and experiences of these creative individuals. From

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Was Guwahati Ready for Retail Design? Ashish Agarwal’s Journey Proclaims the Answer (Part-1)

Welcome to Samvaad, where art meets conversation, and inspiration knows no bounds. Here we engage in insightful conversations with eminent personalities from the art fraternity. Through Samvaad, Abir Pothi aims to create a platform for thought-provoking discussions, providing readers with an exclusive glimpse into the creative processes, inspirations, and experiences of these creative individuals. From

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Arvind Dubey – Blending Surrealist Characters, Vibrant Colors, and Humor to Illuminate Society and Nature

Arvind Dubey, a passionate artist, employs his artistic surface to portray his surrealist hybrid characters, infusing his paintings with a riot of bright colours that echo the thoughts, feelings, and observations he has gathered while living in society and experiencing life on this planet. With a touch of whimsy and humour, Dubey weaves elements of

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Tipu Sultan’s Bedchamber Sword Sold for Rs. 143 Crore at an Auction House in London

Tsuktiben Jamir Tipu Sultan was an excellent economic leader who brought wealth to the towns. When the British arrived, they were astounded by how well-run and regulated the region was. Commonly referred to as the Tiger of Mysore, Tipu Sultan was the Indian Muslim ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore based in South India. At

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Preserving the Timeless Grandeur: Exploring the Historic Architecture of the Dong People in Chin

Iftikar Ahmed China’s rich cultural tapestry is woven with a multitude of ethnic groups, each contributing unique traditions and architectural marvels. Among them, the Dong people stand out for their remarkable architectural heritage. Nestled in the stunning landscapes of southwestern China, the Dong people have crafted an exceptional architectural style that reflects their rich history,

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11 Masterpieces of Raja Ravi Varma: Traversing through the Iconic Creations

Smriti Malhotra Raja Ravi Varma, was born on 29 April 1848  to an aristocratic family in Kilimanoor, Kerala and was a self-taught artist who was commissioned often to make portraits of Indian Royalty. He is known for his work portraits and depiction of Indian women and depiction of particularly poignant scenes from Indian mythology. He

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