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EXHIBITION "Altars Of Yearning: How India Prays" photography show based on India's incredible secular fabric > 11am-8pm on 15th to 19th June 2018

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Venue : Bikaner House, Pandara Road​, India Gate
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Time : 11:00 am - 8:00 pm  Add to Calendar 15/06/2018 11:00 19/06/2018 20:00 Asia/Kolkata EXHIBITION "Altars Of Yearning: How India Prays" photography show based on India's incredible secular fabric Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2018/06/exhibition-altars-yearning-how-india-prays-photography-show-bikaner-house.html Bikaner House, Pandara Road​, India Gate, New Delhi-110003 DD/MM/YYYY - Exhibition on View

Entry : Free

Venue : Bikaner House, Pandara Road​, India Gate, New Delhi-110003
Venue Info : Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Khan Market(Violet Line)'

Event Description : "Altars Of Yearning: How India Prays" curated by Shripriya Dalmia Thirani, a stunning repertoire of photographs to show India's incredible secular fabric through the institution of worship, as part of the launch of Mumbai's largest floating restaurants Queensline Neverland and Queensline Sea Yah.

The show is a must look for as it is a first-of-its-kind initiative to reveal how India prays which would be visualized through 50 stunning photographs. This show will open in London by mid-September this year. The photographs will be based on sights of people’s way of worshiping their religion. All pictures displayed would be candid shots to maintain the natural outlook. 

India is a country with diverse religions and religious beliefs.There are approximately 4,200 religions in the world and it won’t be uncertain to say that a show like this – confirming.India’s tremendously secular society would bring about a change in a world which is engaged in conflicts over religion. It will also bring about a sense of unity and even the politicians would embrace the show together without any political agenda involved.

The show has followed the secret lives of Bramhacharis in Bodh Gaya to the households of Bengal bidding good bye to Mother Goddess Durga. Also, the show will unravel with the same philosophy as that of the theme by offering prayers. 

Shripriya Dalmia Thirani says that “From one welcomed by birth or bid good bye through death – prayer stays constant. It will remind the world of India’s incredible social fabric – a land of many people, many cultures, and many religions coexisting peacefully as one-prayer a common phenomenon among all of them”.She also added “The moment we pray is when we are most real, most true, and most vulnerable and above all, most private.This show that has never been done before will be the first to catch people unaware, at the time of their prayer”.

Artist is all set to open Mumbai’s largest restaurants on the sea Queensline Sea Yah and Queensline Neverland with the most unique idea in recent times has come up with another different concept of asserting India’s true identity as a secular nation by showcasing "Altars Of Yearning:How India Prays”. 

The curator of the exhibition "Shripriya Dalmia Thirani" is first time entering the Art industry with this show. Art has always been one of the most widely used mediums for expressing the plight in India.Through this exhibition the artist will make the audience see what all changes our society has gone through & what all still needs our utmost attention to bring out positive change.   

The show is first to come under the banner of the Queens line Art Series that will open next week in New Delhi and will be held at the iconic Bikaner House in Delhi.

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EXHIBITION "Altars Of Yearning: How India Prays" photography show based on India's incredible secular fabric > 11am-8pm on 15th to 19th June 2018 EXHIBITION "Altars Of Yearning: How India Prays" photography show based on India's incredible secular fabric > 11am-8pm on 15th to 19th June 2018 Reviewed by Rohit Malik on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Rating: 5

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