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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Art of calligraphy, old architecture, modernised Baluchari and more...

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Contextual essence, oneness of spirit and the urge to cherish and celebrate one’s heritage is ingrained in a tiny part of each one of us. Only some of us choose to ignore it; whilst others walk the extra mile to capitalize on their aspirations and actualize their visions.


We bring you Auroville-based Japanese calligrapher Jyoti Naoki Eri’s attempt at fathoming profound spirituality via the arts; fashion designer Agnimitra Paul’s search for a via media that can make a modern statement of a traditional craft; and Dutch architect firm Zecc’s transformation of a railway cottage with  exciting reversals between inside and outside.

Truly inspiring.

Warmly,
Savitha Hira
Editor

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