‘Bharat Mata and Bharat Ke Nayak’ presents different expressions of patriotism through portraits of 23 patriotic heroes
New Delhi: A five-day patriotic based portraits exhibition ‘Bharat Mata and Bharat Ke Nayak’, organised by the Kamal Art Gallery, began at the Palm Court art gallery in India Habitat Centre, New Delhi today. 23 Portraits made by eminent artist Pawan Verma were put on display. Chief guest Adesh Gupta, Delhi State BJP President, Shyam Jaju, former National Vice President and S.P. Singh Baghel, Union Minister of State for Law and Justice, inaugurated this exhibition.
Kamal Chib, director of Kamal Art Gallery said, it is worth mentioning that India is celebrating the Amrit Mahautsav on the completion of 75 years of independence. Our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has awakened the spirit of nationalism in the entire country. To support them and increase the spirit of nationalism in the country, this exhibition “Bharat Mata and Bharat Ke Nayak” is being organized from 16th to 20th September at Palm Court Art Gallery, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
On this occasion, Chief Guest Adesh Gupta said that all the pictures of this exhibition seem to be alive, we get inspiration from our heroes and it is also the dream of the Prime Minister that our country should develop and strengthen. Former National Vice President Shyam Jaju said that this exhibition by Kamal Art Gallery to celebrate Amrit Mahotsav is commendable, today 23 paintings of our national heroes have been displayed in this exhibition. Apart from this, it will also be displayed in 75 different places this year, which will inculcate the spirit of patriotism.
Through this exhibition, Kamal Chib, Founder, Kamal Art Gallery, will give a message of patriotism to the nation. He said that this exhibition is not only to recognize the contribution of a generation in freeing our country from slavery but also to recognize those who have helped the nation through their ideas to promote our civilizational culture over the years. Kamal Art Gallery has pledged to display the paintings of 75 real heroes of India on the completion of 75 years of India’s independence. We need to recognize many unsung heroes for the selfless services rendered to Mother India.