New Delhi: “My good wishes to all of you on this auspicious occasion of Mother’s Day. Today is the right day to highlight the art presented by special children. It is nice to see the paintings dedicated to mother,” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios while inaugurating the exhibition of paintings at Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre at New Delhi.
The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre is meant to promote both Indian and Hungarian art. Today we have blended both the arts on the walls of centre as a gesture of strong relationship,” added Wilhelm Zoltan Director of the Centre.
Prof. Ramesh Kumar Pandey Vice Chancellor of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidhyapetha also spoke on the occasion.
The exhibition was presented by Santoshpur- Agantuk under the title Anya and attended by large number of people from all strata of life including young artists Hemavathy Guha, Sangeeta Kumar Murthy, Ragini Sinha, Swarnali Pal, Madhubanti Chatterjee, Rinku Bhadra and Zsuzsa Gajdan who all displayed their paintings.