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- Himmat Shah will be honored with legends of India award this week
- Himmat Shah believes that K.G. Subramanyan inspired him the most
- Himmat Shah started working with art with ceramic mud as it was affordable and he believes that creativity cannot be taught it has to come from within
India is full of creative ideas when it comes to sculptors. For Himmat Shah, Sculpture-making is a cake-walk. This legendary artist from Gujarat leaves one spellbound when one comes closer to his works. The best way to define Shah is his simplicity. For his efforts in the field of sculpting, Shah will be honored with Legends of India award this week in New Delhi.
Shah was born in Lothal in Gujarat in 1933. He was so restless and devoid of peace in his life that he left his home when he was only 11 years old. Shah said that he found his hard work and imagination into practice with the help of artist-educator, Jagubhai Shah. Shah then moved to Baroda and won government cultural scholarship for four years (1956-1960), said a report by The Hindu.
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Himmat Shah believes that K.G. Subramanyan inspired him the most as he saw a modern artist in Subramanyan. Himmat Shah was also the member of the group founded by J Swaminathan. Himmat Shah further received a scholarship from French Government. He studied etching from Atelier 17 in Paris in 1967. Shah was once escorted from Kiran Nadar Museum of Art and the irony is that his retrospective works are now present in that Museum at Saket.
Followed by his art, Shah is also passionate about food. He reminded that he used to have Puri, Aloo ki sabzi and Desi ghee Laddu in the morning which makes him feel fresh. He is also known for preparing simple food, especially dal. He believes that the food we ate is a tonic for the brain. He assumes that fish is a brain food and he had them too often. But now his passion for preparing food had died as he no longer cooks the food and is made by his maid, mentions The Hindu.
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Shah attended ceramic campaign Gujarat. Shah started working with art with ceramic mud as it was affordable and he believes that creativity cannot be taught it has to come from within.
Now, he is best known for his works in terracotta and bronze. He had his own studio in Jaipur but he continues to modify his search through travelling.
-This article is compiled by a staff-writer at NewsGram.
By Monika Manchanda
Eating seasonal and locally available fruit has many health benefits ranging from reducing sugar and inflammation levels to fighting high blood pressure -- thanks to their abundant vitamins and mineral presence! They are a powerhouse of antioxidants like vitamins A, B, C, E, and minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, and fiber.
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Star fruit: This sweet and sour fruit is rich in dietary fiber and vitamin C. It also positively impacts anti-inflammatory processes and can help repair cell damage, and it has minimal fruit sugars as well. Kiwi fruit is an excellent source of Vitamin E, K, and potassium, and they are low in fruit sugars as well, which makes it a perfect diabetic-friendly fruit.
Pear are nutrient-rich, and they are known to fight inflammation and improve digestion.? Studies also suggest that consuming pears along with a healthy diet reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes. Orange: This citrus fruit is full of fiber that helps slow down sugar absorption into the bloodstream, and its vitamin C component helps improve immunity levels.
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By Nimerta C Sharan
Exciting news for all handbag lovers, luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton recently launched their limited edition handbags 'Artycapucines - Chapter 3'. Six internationally -- acclaimed artists have transformed the black canvas of the timeless Capucines bag into beautiful art pieces. Each bag will be available in a limited edition of 200 and will be released worldwide at the end of October 2021.
Looking for a quick festive fashion fix for you and your loved ones? E-commerce giant AJIO has announced it's hottest fashion sale starting September 30, 2021. The shopping platform has roped in stylista Sonam Kapoor as the face of the sale that will offer more than 2500 brands at discounted prices.
The country's leading design house, Good Earth, in collaboration with textile designer Madeline Weinrib will present its collection of 'butah' motif dinnerware and home textiles at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York. The 'Heirloom Project' that honours diverse Islamic design techniques will display curated products from across the globe.
Sweet dreams are made of this! Iconic French patisserie Laduree has opened its first Indian outpost at Delhi's upscale Khan Market. Spread over three floors, the bakery currently has twelve macaron flavours, their signature pastries and tea cakes and other brunch and high-tea items on the menu. Bon appetit.
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Raw Mango's latest festive edit 'Moomal' goes live on their website on September 26, 2021. Inspired by the richness and diversity of Rajasthan, the collection consists of organza and silk saris and shararas, gota lehengas and kurtas and embroidered odhnis. The colours and silhouettes are just right for the upcoming festive season. (IANS/ MBI)
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She took to Instagram to share her experience, detailing that doing all that over the six months period left her with "permanent stretch marks". "Gaining 20 kgs in 6 months and loosing it all within 6 months that too in my thirties messed up many things in my bodya I also have permanent stretch marks as well but art comes to life with a price and more often than not price is the artist him/herself," she wrote.
"Thalaivii" showcases the varied aspects of Jayalalithaa's life, tracing her journey as an actress at a young age to becoming the face of Tamil cinema, as well as the rise of the revolutionary leader who changed the course of the state's politics. Talking about her upcoming works, Kangana currently has 'Dhaakad'.
She is also shooting for her next 'Tejas', where she plays a fighter pilot. The Indian Air Force was the first of the country's defence forces to induct women into combat roles in 2016. The film takes inspiration from the landmark event. 'Tejas' is directed by debutant Sarvesh Mewara. The film will be RSVP's second film which pays a tribute to the Indian military after the immensely successful film "Uri: The Surgical Strike" which was released in January 2019. (IANS/ MBI)
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