Devi Prasad (1921--2011), India's pioneering artist-potter, visionary educationist and pacifist, joined Santiniketan, India's premier art school in 1938 when founder Rabindranath Tagore was siill involved with the institution. At Nandalal Bose's suggestion and following a correspondence with Gandhi in 1944 lie joined Sevagrara, Gandhi's ashram, as Art Teacher, where he taught for nearly twenty years. His political consciousness saw him participate actively in the Quit India Movement in 1942 and in social reforms such as Vinoba Bhave's Bhoodan---the land gift movement of the 1940s and 1950s.
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Coloring is not just for kids. It has been proven to be an excellent way for adults to destress, create mindfulness and slow down from daily life, all while enjoying an activity that you can truly make your own. There is no right or wrong way to color in the images in this book, and you are free to choose the tools you wish to work with. Markers, paint, colored pencils, pens - the choices are unlimited. Sit back and unwind and let your stress melt away while you spread color across the page. All pages are single sided to avoid bleed through. Relax and enjoy book six of this calming series.
The present book has been designed to capture the state of various manufacturing and artistic activities in India during the period c. 200 B.C. to c. 300 A. D. It is imperative to mention that the period of study is marked by interaction with people from other geographies who came as invaders, traders, explorers and artisans. In this book the emphasis is mainly on the state of arts and crafts and changes therein on the one hand and contemporary aesthetic standards on the other hand. Since the state of arts and crafts in a society is deeply co-related with prevalent condition of the people, therefore an effort has also been made to construct the socio economic conditions of various strata of the contemporary society with the help of the state of arts and crafts. The foreigners who invaded India and subsequently settled down here in due course of time became part and parcel of Indian society. They became instrumental for further development of arts and crafts in India. The nature of their influence and impact on various art forms and manufacturing activities has also been identified and highlighted in this book. The book will be of use, anyone who is interested in Indian arts, history and culture.