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Manavi Prabha is passionate towards the oil paintings she works on and has worked on in her prosperous career. After completing her Bachelors of Art Degree and winning a Gold Medal during her Masters of Art, she went on to get critical acclaim for her Ph.D. work, â€˜Child Artâ€™. After years in the industry she is bringing her latest collection, â€˜The Conscious Meâ€™, at the First International Kala Mela 2018 in Delhi.
ManaviPrabha is passionate towards the oil paintings she works on and has worked on in her prosperous career. After completing her Bachelors of Art Degree and winning a Gold Medal during her Masters of Art, she went on to get critical acclaim for her Ph.D. work, ‘Child Art’. After years in the industry she is bringing her latest collection, ‘The Conscious Me’, at the First International Kala Mela 2018 in Delhi. Her work can be witnessed from 4th February to 18th February at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in Delhi.
This bird (Chetak) only drinks rainwater, drop by drop as it pours down. When it gets thirsty, it calls on Megh(a) (the rain lord) to make it rain. And it is said that it’s call is always answered.
But, we cannot even afford to drink the rainwater directly. By the time it reaches us, it is already polluted. Clean water is the basic fundamental right of any human being. Everything we do requires water and everything we can do, impacts our clean water resources.
Air pollution threatens our fundamental right to live and with it all of the little moments that make life special- that deep inhaling in the morning, aroma of that moist soil on a rainy day, music that flows out of a flute, the “dandelion snow” floating in the air. Today, all we are left with is to keep our fingers crossed, hoping to breathe in clean air, because our lives depend on it.
Industrialization is the unavoidable process, where social and economic development is closely related with technological innovations towards a simplified better life. But at what cost? is the big question. The toxic industrial wastes in air, water, and land have become a horrifying environmental nightmare.
Clean energy is the energy which comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and Bio-mass.
Bio-mass (plant material) is a renewable energy source because the energy it contains comes from the sun. Through the process of photosynthesis, plants capture the sun’s energy. When the plants are burnt, they release the sun’s energy they contain. In this way, Bio-mass functions as a sort of natural battery for storing solar energy.
Here I present the artist in me, in all its humility, keeping the fingers crossed, earnestly believing that this little effort at its end, may invoke the necessary consciousness, by bringing to the attention of the people, something on which our and future generation’s life depends upon, clean environment that we live in encompassing the small simple beautiful things in our life
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