Gujarat Kala Pratishthan announces Awards

Gujarat Kala Pratishthan, is an organisation dedicated to promote art in the community.  Shri Ramnik Zapadiya,Mahamantri of the organisation has been constantly working in this field since a decade now.

The organisation completes  years of its founding and to commemorate this event, a special book release and award ceremony has been organised.

A set of  books, in gujarati, which are great resources, for anyone pursuing arts will be released at this function. At the same time, the Pratishthan has identified individuals whose contributions have shaped the art scenario of the state.

Popular and respected religious guru Shri Morari Bapu shall be present at the event and will honour the awardees.

The ten awardees are :

Jyoti Bhatt – Painter & Photographer

Raghav Kaneria – Sculptor

Pratapsinh Jadeja – Rajkot

Anil Relia – Art Entrepreneur

Bharti Prajapati – Painter

Vrundavan Solanki – Painter

Ankit Patel – Sculptor

Ratilal Kansodariya – Sculptor

Vivek Desai – Photographer

Kanu Patel – Painter


The event will take place on 10th of March, 2016, thursday at 1.15 pm at Gandhismruti Bhavan, Nanpura, Surat.


A must visit for art fraternity if they are in or around Surat.

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