LG inaugurates Art Museum at Sher Garhi Cultural Centre

LG Manoj Sinha inspecting artwork at Sher Garhi Cultural Centre in Srinagar.
LG Manoj Sinha inspecting artwork at Sher Garhi Cultural Centre in Srinagar.

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Aug 16: Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha now inaugurated the Artwork Museum at Sher Garhi Cultural Centre, which has a collection of actually impressive pieces of artwork, housed in the heritage complicated.
The museum has been proven by the Division of Archives, Archaeology, and Museums J&K.
“Culture is a way of existence. It is our social cash. The museum will supply equivalent access to budding painters, scholars, and artwork connoisseurs”, claimed the Lt Governor.
Whilst keenly observing the artwork place on display, the Lt Governor said that the modern day paintings of the country and Jammu & Kashmir, priceless miniature paintings of Kangra and Pahari Faculty showcased at the Museum have created immense contributions towards nurturing and endorsing Indian Society.
Reiterating the Government’s determination, the Lt Governor mentioned that it is our top-most precedence to sustain and preserve the cultural heritage of the UT. The Govt is mapping J&K’s cultural assets and the position of artwork, audio, and drama for marketing in schools and universities, he added.
The Covid pandemic designed environment recognize the hard way the virtues of artwork & culture and seeing self in other-self. The Sher Garhi museum with its broad assortment, reflects a composite cultural identification of India, the Lt Governor explained.
The Lt Governor also reported that the Government strategies to invite artists from other States and UTs for art camps in Jammu and Srinagar for cultural engagement with community artists.
On the event, the paintings of Pahari, Kashmir, Jammu, Kangra and Basohli University were exhibited. The Lt Governor enquired about the assortment of various artwork schools. He also appreciated the Archives, Archaeology and Museum Division for a wealthy collection of artwork and paintings.
The paintings of artists showcased for community viewing contain “Before Deluge” by Bansi Parimo painted in 1969, “Happy Valley” by K Subramanium (1970) “Landscape” by MF Hussain (1962) Kashmir Relatives by Laxmi Pai (1969). In addition to, the artworks and paintings of Shuban K Kaw, SN Bhat, Anand Dev, Baldev Gambhir, Mohsin Nasreen Mohan Raina, GR Santosh, Satyen Ghosal, Shanti Dave, Shoba Broota, and other up to date artists from Jammu and Kashmir were being also on exhibit at the Art Museum.
Baseer Ahmad Khan, Advisor to Lieutenant Governor Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, Chief Secretary Nitishwar Kumar, Principal Secretary to Lieutenant Governor Pandurang K Pole, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Vijay Kumar, IGP Kashmir Sarmad Hafeez, Secretary Tourism and Society Rahul Pandey, Director Archives, Archaeology and Museums, and other officers ended up existing on the occasion.

Next Post

Pets Australia

To maximize our life saving efforts and guarantee animals spend as little time as potential on the shelter, we cannot maintain any pets in your appointment time. Please evaluate all necessities and proposals on the pets you have selected. For occasion, some dogs require that the whole household be current […]

You May Like