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Artist Shweta Bhargava with her 5 feet Nataraja at Royal Easter Show Sydney in 2019. Hindu Council

By: Shweta Bhargava

A 5 feet tall painting of Hindu lord Shiva is among several beautiful artworks that are currently being exhibited at the Sydney Royal Easter Show 2019. The artwork is made up by Sydney based Artist Shweta Bhargava, who is promoting Indian art forms in Australia since last 8 years.


She had also displayed her art work at ANZAC Jawan memorial service hld in April 2019 at Cherrybrook.


Shweta had exhibited her works last year at Diwali Art Exhibition organized by Hindu Council of Australia at Strathfield library in Sydney. Hindu Council

One of her realistic artwork titled ” Classic Red Car” is also part of this exhibition.

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Shweta Bhargava was very keen to exhibit Shiva’s painting at the event, as people from all parts of the society visit the Sydney Royal Easter Show. It is highly acclaimed within the art community in Sydney. Promoting an Indian art form in an event of such large scale is exciting. She has received several accolades from various Sydney based artists and art galleries for her work. (Originally Published: Hindu Council of Australia)


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