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A Candid Encounter with Artisans from rural Rajasthan!

Tilonia Bazaar is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.

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##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT## is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.



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Bell Totas, traditional art of the artisans from Rajasthan, are several birds hanging from the ceiling and often dorn Indian households as a symbol for welcoming guests and to bring housemates some good luck. These are traditionally hand sewn and each bell tota usually is 150cm long and has approximately 30 lovely little birds. This exhibition will display bell totas designed and developed by Tilonia Bazaar and authentic Rajasthani handicrafts. However, this exhibition is not just a display of the fine art put up by artists originating from the place, but is primarily, for onlookers to experience what true value lies behind each of these handicraft pieces of joy. So you’d get to have the unique opportunity of interacting with the crafts person behind the beautiful bag, bed linen, kurta, jootis or puppets you can shop away from the Bazaar!





What Else?
Hm…There’s some shopping to do! Also, lend your support for the craft and to the artisans at Tilonia Bazaar and know their beautiful stories. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! 


When: Jan 17 - Jan 22, 9 AM - 7 PM

Where: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery



 

Entertainment

A Candid Encounter with Artisans from rural Rajasthan!

Tilonia Bazaar is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.

Quickie
##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT## is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.



Tell Us More
Bell Totas, traditional art of the artisans from Rajasthan, are several birds hanging from the ceiling and often dorn Indian households as a symbol for welcoming guests and to bring housemates some good luck. These are traditionally hand sewn and each bell tota usually is 150cm long and has approximately 30 lovely little birds. This exhibition will display bell totas designed and developed by Tilonia Bazaar and authentic Rajasthani handicrafts. However, this exhibition is not just a display of the fine art put up by artists originating from the place, but is primarily, for onlookers to experience what true value lies behind each of these handicraft pieces of joy. So you’d get to have the unique opportunity of interacting with the crafts person behind the beautiful bag, bed linen, kurta, jootis or puppets you can shop away from the Bazaar!





What Else?
Hm…There’s some shopping to do! Also, lend your support for the craft and to the artisans at Tilonia Bazaar and know their beautiful stories. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! 


When: Jan 17 - Jan 22, 9 AM - 7 PM

Where: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery



 

Entertainment

A Candid Encounter with Artisans from rural Rajasthan!

Tilonia Bazaar is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.

Quickie
##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT## is hosting an exclusive exhibition with the support of SWRC/Barefoot College to bring to life the unique traditional art from the deserts of Barmer to Mumbai’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery.



Tell Us More
Bell Totas, traditional art of the artisans from Rajasthan, are several birds hanging from the ceiling and often dorn Indian households as a symbol for welcoming guests and to bring housemates some good luck. These are traditionally hand sewn and each bell tota usually is 150cm long and has approximately 30 lovely little birds. This exhibition will display bell totas designed and developed by Tilonia Bazaar and authentic Rajasthani handicrafts. However, this exhibition is not just a display of the fine art put up by artists originating from the place, but is primarily, for onlookers to experience what true value lies behind each of these handicraft pieces of joy. So you’d get to have the unique opportunity of interacting with the crafts person behind the beautiful bag, bed linen, kurta, jootis or puppets you can shop away from the Bazaar!





What Else?
Hm…There’s some shopping to do! Also, lend your support for the craft and to the artisans at Tilonia Bazaar and know their beautiful stories. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! 


When: Jan 17 - Jan 22, 9 AM - 7 PM

Where: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery



 

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