Paramparik Karigar Event has begun: Art’s looking gorgeous!

Paramparik Karigar Event has begun: Art’s looking gorgeous!

That’s right.

The much awaited stunning masterpieces by some of the most wonderful & skilled Mastercraftsmen in India is on display at the Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (former Prince of Wales Museum) from October 13th 2010.

More details here: Paramparik Karigar on Facebook

The event received great response on it’s opening day itself and the inauguration was made grand with Mrs.Neerja Birla lighting the auspicious lamp and giving the wonderful event by Paramparik Karigar a superb start.

Mrs. Neerja Birla inaugurating the art craft textile paintings ceramics exhibition in mumbai by paraparik karigar

Mrs. Neerja Birla

Some of the finest works were on display and the event continues with the following schedule:

1. Art & Craft Exhibition:


Andhra Pradesh Leather Puppets & Lampshades, Dhurries, Tanjore paintings, Bihar Paper Mache, Chattisgarh, Gadwakam, Lohakam, Delhi Longpi Pottery, Cane & Bamboo,Papier Mache, Gujarat Artifacts, Pachedi art, Lacquered wood, Himachal Pradesh Jewellery, Karnataka Bronze, Lacquered toys, Maharashtra Warli Painting, Bidri Work, Madhya Pradesh Gondal Tribal Painting, Orissa Palm Leaf Etching, Pipliwork, Pattachitra, Rajasthan Miniature painting, Phad painting, Pichwai painting, Lac bangles, Tarkashi, Kavad craft, Stone jewellery, Minakari, Tamil Nadu Korai mat, West Bengal Pat Shilpi.

Date: October 19  to – October 21, 2010

Time: 10:30 am to 6:30pm

Venue: Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (former Prince of Wales Museum), M.G. Road, Mumbai – 400 023 Mumbai, India

master craftsmen India wodden bangles mumbai exhibition Paramparik Karigar

leather mobil khadoo chitrakar Craftsmen Indian Art & Craft exhibition

Visit the Event Gallery for more pictures and updates till now HERE – EVENT GALLERY updated till now

2. Paintings and Ceramics of Master Craftsmen:


Andhra Pradesh Kalamkari painting, Delhi Mithila painting, Madhya Pradesh Gondh painting, Maharashtra Ceramics, Orissa Pattachitra painting, Kerala Terracotta.

Date: October 23  to – October 24, 2010

Time: 10:30 am to 6:30pm

Venue: Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (former Prince of Wales Museum), M.G. Road, Mumbai – 400 023 Mumbai, India

3. Workshop Details:

What’s more, you can also have a chance to bring to life the artist hidden in you. Learn how to create your own masterpiece at the Paramparik Karigar workshop.

Date: 13 to27 October 2010

Timings: 10am to 4.30pm

Workshops: Soof embroidery, Phulkari embroidery, Kantha embroidery, Lehariya (Tie &Dye), Papier Mache, Leather puppets, Phad painting, Pichwai painting, Miniature Painting & natural colour making, , Pattachitra Painting, Palm leaf etching and Gondh painting.

Workshops for Art & Craft, Gondh Painting,

  • Registration fees – One day intensive workshop- Rs 500/-
  • Two days intensive workshops –Rs 1000/-

Note- Above mentioned fee is applicable on per individual basis (limited seats available) Registrations will be done at the Museum Publication Counter/office from 6th September 2010 onwards.
Timings: from 10.30am- 4.30pm (except Public Holidays). Working Lunch will be provided

Paramparik Karigar event workshops Mumbai

Make sure you are there!

DOWNLOAD the Paramparik Karigar Event Calendar BROCHURE – Indian Master Craftsmen CLICK HERE for the PDF of Art exhibition

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4 Responses to “Paramparik Karigar Event has begun: Art’s looking gorgeous!”

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  2. Neela Shinde says:

    It is very important to make people aware of our heritage through traditional art and craft. thanks for spreading this awareness.

  3. admin says:

    Dear Neela,
    Its a wonderful work & a fabulous event by Paramparik Karigar. An amazing group of Master Craftsmen in India with sheer talent and skills. The whole event was simply marvellous.
    Loved the Page and updates that followed by Audiences who were mesmerized by the artists & craftsmen’s works at the Paramparik karigar Event.
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