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Cultural Exchange Program, India- Nepal Artists On Painting In Sarnath

I am Amit Kumar, the founder of Mehta Art Gallery which is located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India, writing this letter with all hope to get financial assistance for an art camp which is held between 10th of September, 2018, to 16th of September, 2018 in Central institute of higher Tibetan studies (deemed university, Sarnath, Varanasi) Tibetan University, Varanasi, India on the life of Buddha, organizing this art camp title ‘Life of Buddha’ in which 25 artists will be participating from India and Nepal (10 artist from Nepal and 15 artists from India) We also get letter from Tibetan University, Varanasi as they are providing whole space and accommodation in the campus for conducting this cultural exchange program and also strengthen the art relation between both countries.
Previously, organized an event ‘Kathmandu to Kashi’ in Jan 2014 in which all eminent artists of Nepal conducted an art exhibition of one week and exchange cultural art in Varanasi with great success and another Kashi to Kathmandu in August, 2017 in Kathmandu with all eminent artist of Nepal and artists from India supported by Embassy of Nepal, India.
I also would like to invite you to meet with us during our stay/art camp in Tibetan University, Varanasi, India.
Please find the attachment ( proposal, letters from Tibetan Univesity and letter of collaboration from Lumbini World Peace Forum, Nepal), all amount which we need for other expenses for this art camp and whole details are in Proposal for the Programme/Project seeking Financial assistance for this art camp on cultural exchange.
 
Look forward to get all positive support from you. Thanks and respect.

About Event:
Life of Buddha a cultural exchange program art camp which is going to happen in Central institute of higher Tibetan studies (deemed university, Sarnath, Varanasi) organized by Amit Kumar founder of Mehta Art Gallery, Varanasi, UP and Dhirendra Sisodia founder of  Kalangan Foundation, Varanasi, UP in associaition with Central institute of higher Tibetan studies, Varanasi, UP and Lumbini World Peace Forum, Kathmandu with the help of many local eminet artists of Nepal.
Duration: 10th of September, 2018 to 16th of September, 2018
Title: Life of buddha: A Cultural Exchange Program
To create an artistic environment with India and Nepal artists, to generate a cultural exchange program, good networks between participants, to develop skill, to spread awareness among society, to encourage artists, to share many experiences, to build professional links, to educate many local people, to promote art and culture through painting, to enhance skill by sharing many thoughts of different artists, to support and artists and providing them a great platform from there they can reach their dreams and goals in their life. And moreover to strengthen the art relation between two countries.
About Mehta Art Gallery
In the heart of the holy city of India and of the globe, the blessed Kashi, where you can see the numbers walk among people, where you can entrust all of your thoughts to the Lord of meditation, there is a new magic place now. The Mehta Art Gallery, run by Amit Kumar, is a gathering room where both pilgrims and inhabitants, tourists and travelers may enjoy a new dimension of sharing ideas. As everybody knows, Varanasi is sacred to the god Shiva, the Lord of dance and meditation. Meditation, indeed, is but a “dance of ideas”; and in this spirit the gallery is conceived like a “dance of shapes”, and the art as a kind of worship. All people who are always covetous of discovering new temples of art – connoisseurs, artists, gallerists and so on – are invited to visit this brand new Varanasian site, and to contribute by showing openly their impressions, suggestions and whatever else: Mehta Art Gallery works like an ashram family.
Vision: The vision to make a great and a better platform to all professional and emerging artists to give them a proper recognition for their which they work truly deserve!
About Founder:
Born on 23 Feb in Varanasi – India, Amit is a vigorous Indian artist who represents the colors on canvas in such approach to justify the label of Indian “Vincent van Gogh.”
The enthusiasm behind the work of Amit is not any muse, but to ponder insane people in society to get on real path and proceed as hitch solvers. Mankind can find themselves wondering that not only the observed glitches are shown stopping at vibrant colors but also the solutions for them when they discover a new detail every time when a new store is given. Balance of observation, then imagination to provide final art creates a tight spot to take your eyes back if once they are on Amit’s ready canvas.
Amit started embracing paint and canvas as a child, which tended to a great proud moment in the form of his first art exhibition at Greater Noida- India in the year, 2012 in a very young age. His work was appreciated by renown personalities present there and according to Amit this induced more detailed artwork stimulation inspired by many great vintage Artists.
Participants:               25  participants
To create an artistic environment with India and Nepal artists, to generate a cultural exchange program, good networks between participants, to develop skill, to spread awareness among society, to encourage artists, to share many experiences, to build professional links, to educate many local people, to promote art and culture through painting, to enhance skill by sharing many thoughts of different artists, to support and artists and providing them a great platform from there they can reach their dreams and goals in their life. And moreover to strengthen the art relation between two countries.
Venue/Area:
Central institute of higher Tibetan studies (deemed university, Sarnath, Varanasi)                            
Usefulness:
We will create artworks on some theme which can relate with both counties culture, and also great to engage the all members of cultural officials of Nepal and spread love and care with all together and make a very peaceful and memorable for everyone. Anyone can join the camp and see the works and enjoy the conversations with any artists, we will have some discussions in between as well, and we can many things with arts during our stay.
After completion of artworks, all works can be exhibited in many galleries in India and Nepal, and Mehta Art Gallery can also organize an art exhibition of those works with all coordination with officials and artists of Nepal and other organizations.
Cost:                                      For 25 artists:                    
  • 2 canvases for each artist: Size will be fix 30x40 inches. 50,000/-
  • Colors of 1 box to each artist. Total Art Materials and others. 25,000/-
  • Travelling expenses for 15 Indian artist only 5,000/- each both side. 75,000/-
  • Momento and honor 30,000/-
  • Advertisement 50,000/-
  • Opening and closing ceremony- 20,000/-
  • Catalog, T.shirt. 30,000/-
  • Miscellaneous 10,000/-
Total amount: Approx Rs. 2,90,000/- (Indian rupee) which includes everything mentioned above.

Amit Kumar
Mehta Art Gallery


www.mehtaartgallery.org
www.amitmehtaarts.com
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Initation
Letter from Tibetan University
Letter from Tibetan University
Letter from LWPF, Nepal
Letter from LWPF, Nepal
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22nd August 2018
Thanks for your kind support for this event, would like to thanks behalf of all artists and team. 
Thanks for your kind support for this event, would like to thanks behalf of all artists and team. 
22nd July 2018
Kindly do contribution as much as you can for this upcoming event (art camp) for peace and love between Nepal and India artists on paintings.

Thanks
Amit
Kindly do contribution as much as you can for this upcoming event (art camp) for peace and love between Nepal and India artists on paintings.

Thanks
Amit
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