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Five products that will get your creative juices flowing: Now on sale at Amazon Five products that will get your creative juices flowing: Now on sale at Amazon

Amazon is stepping up its game for Diwali. Before November 7 2018, get all your creative friends the gifts they deserve, and a few for yourself too! From the entire gamut of universe of Amazon, we have picked up these 5 unique items, which will definitely add to the armory of a creative individual. JBL GO Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with Mic Who doesn’t like music on the go. Most creative people I know, particularly writers and artists, they carry the music of their choice with them, wherever they are working. JBL is a classic, trusted brand by musicians and listeners alike. Since couple of seasons, JBL GO has been extremely popular for its performance vs price attractiveness. It is easy to handle and gives robust sound to fill a mid-sized room. Bluetooth enabled speaker is now a norm and nearly everyone would want one for themselves. What more?! It comes in seven super cool colours. So if you haven’t done till now, grab this one now. MRP: Rs. 2699/-, currently available at around 50% of the listed price. REES52 3D-Printing Pen for 3D Drawing, Doodling, Arts, Crafts A big limitation experienced by creative visualisers is having a 2d space to sketch out thei...

Blossoming art of Madhu Kailashi, Anklesh Nisad, Alay Mistry and Gopal Parmar Blossoming art of Madhu Kailashi, Anklesh Nisad, Alay Mistry and Gopal Parmar

Find out how these four young artists explored their beliefs and concerns through the medium of art at their respective art shows held at Ravishankar Raval Kala Bhavan. Anklesh Nisad and Madhu Kailashi’s Estetik Arts explored themes of folk life and feminism; Alay Mistry played with geometry and scrap metal to give form to this thoughts whereas Gopal Parmar has enquired upon themes of urbanisation and deforestation in his prints and paintings. All of these were exhibited between October 25-28, 2018 in Ahmedabad. MADHU KAILASHI An architect by profession, Madhu Kailashi, exhibited for the first time in the art show titled ‘Estetik Arts’, along with artist Anklesh Nishad. Hailing from New Delhi, her interest in art started as a hobbyist, who made artworks primarily to gift loved ones. She moved to Ahmedabad upon her marriage with architect Manan Malviya, who persuaded her to exhibit her work. Her confidence grew and she launched the website www.estetikarts.com to promote and sell art to seeking collectors. In the show she has displayed 27 watercolour works, most of which are based upon the theme of feminism. Most of her work is figurative and describes various mo...

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Sharato Lagu is out with a fun soundtrack that’ll have you dancing all day

Though the Gujarati film hits screens on October 19, you can check out its soundtrack already. With songs sung by Jasleen Royal and Aishwarya Majumdar, the album is a mix of old and new that’ll have you tapping your toes. Sharato Lagu is set to hit the screens on October 19, but you don’t have to wait a week to get a feel of this new Gujarati feature film. A...

Aerial photographer Robert Stephens traces the history of Ahmedabad through text of Patrick Geddes

This unique and scholarly exhibition – Ahmedabad Walls – brings to life the history of Ahmedabad through the eyes of architect and aerial photographer Robert Stephens. The exhibition at Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum showcases 23 stunning aerial photographs of Ahmedabad, which trace the footsteps of Scottish polymath Patrick Geddes. The exhibition also di...

On his 109th birth anniversary, we remember the artist in Homi Bhabha the scientist
On his 109th birth anniversary, we remember the artist in Homi Bhabha the scientist

Apart from being an able scientist, Homi Bhabha was also a painter and a classical music and opera enthusiast. He was an avid art collector and has in his collection landmark works of great Indian modern art masters. On his 109th  birth anniversary, Team CY e...

ABIR First Take 2018 - a scintillating showcase of artistic perseverance

Third year in a row, Abir First Take, gives voice to the expressions of young artists from across India. The competition attracted close to 2000 entries out of which the decorated jury hand picked 111 artworks to be showcased at the annual display held in Ahmedabad from October 27 to November 2, 2018 at Hutheesing Centre. Winners of First Take 2018 With its thir...

Ahmedabad based Wagh Bakri group celebrate their 100th year in business with a lavish 2-storey tea lounge in their home town

Ahmedabad based Wagh Bakri group celebrate their 100th year in business by inaugurating a lavish, two-storey tea lounge in Ahmedabad. The outlet, their 13th in India will serve over 130 types of national and international teas, alongside they plan to use the lounge for music and literature sessions to create a vibrant space for tea lovers. Wagh Bakri, literally ...


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https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/tushar-shukla-Nava-varse-tane-web-post.jpg નવા વર્ષે – તને / nava varshe tane

નૂતન વર્ષાભિનંદન કે HAPPY NEW YEAR, સાલ મુબારક આમ તો આ બહાને કહેવું છે; તમને મારું વ્હાલ મુબારક   હાથ મિલાવું હૈયે ચાંપુ કે ચૂમી લઉં! વિચાર આવે – મૌકા ભી, દસ્તુર ભી હૈ યે, રસ્મે દુનિયા રિવાજ ભી હૈ હોઠ ભરી એક ચુંબન કરીને, કરી…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/final-instagram.jpg Your Daily Dose of Art: Instagram Accounts you must follow right now

Banksy Banksyis a revolution or should we call him a phenomenon? One of the leading front men of his generation, he has transformed what it means to work in the Public domain.Banksy’sartistic practice is characterized by the perceptive use of…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/IMG_0294.jpg Education of a rare kind : Team CY at the commencement ceremony of Gurukulam, Ahmedabad

An educational institution that rises above schooling(as we know it today), competition and degrees, Gurukulam follows the ancient Jaina education system of India where knowledge, understanding habits, sensitivity and logic is still considered superior. The Gurukulas are Indian schools that still…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/music-instuments-final-01.jpg 7 Indian Musical Instruments that are on the verge of oblivion

“Hurrian Hymn No.6” is the oldest known written music piece, discovered so far. This origin of this piece dates back to 3400 years back in Bronze Age. It was engraved by Syrians on a clay slab. Even the origins of…