Bengaluru was all bright and colourful this weekend with two events happening.
The 14th edition of Chitra Santhe and The Bengaluru Kite Festival. Both the land and sky were coloured radiant and more than enough for our eyes to see!
Chitra Santhe - ‘ART FOR ALL’
Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath on Kumara Krupa Road was filling with both budding artists and the professional’s on the full stretch of the road. This attracted all the art lovers in the city to one place.
The KumaraKrupa Road stretch had become an open gallery with about 80,000 paintings displayed from 1400 artists.
Along with the drawings and painting, there was also graphic paintings, miniature art forms, sculptures, caricature, face paintings, pencil lead cravings, rangoli and even pottery as an addition to the striking paintings
Source - CHITRASANTHE
NOTE: ALL ART WORK AND CHARACTER IS COPYRIGHTED TO RESPECTIVE ARTIST
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Sneha Surendra is 18 years old. Studying Information Science Engineering. She is a big Meme Enthusiast. Loves to travel during the weekends and is always in search for the next travel destination. You can get in touch with her here.
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