“Art washed away, from the soul, the dust of everyday life.”. – Pablo Picasso

On March 19, 2024, theexemplary artists of Seth AnandramJaipuria School, Lucknow inaugurated and hosted an enlightening art exhibition titled “Ramotsav,” dedicated to showcasing various sections of the holy scripture Ramayana and offering historical and symbolic interpretations of the sacred city of Ayodhya. The event was graced by the presence of the chief guest, Mr. Rajendra Prasad, Ex Dean of the Fine Arts Department, DSMNRU, Lucknow.

The exhibition provided a holistic exploration of the epic Ramayana, with sections meticulously curated to depict key events, characters, and teachings from the scripture. Through paintings and murals, students brought to life the rich narrative of Ramayana, capturing its essence and significance, thus during off the ignorance set in the minds of people. The aim of the exhibition was to reinvigorate the dormant wisdom innate in each one of us, which was brought to life by the skilled Jaipurian artisans.

One of the focal points of the exhibition was the representation of Ayodhya, the legendary city associated with Lord Ram. It also emphasized Lord Ram’s actions and decisions portrayed in beautiful paintings and murals as a sample of how am individual must be. Students delved into the historical and symbolic aspects of Ram Darbar and Ayodhya, presenting its architectural marvels, cultural heritage, and spiritual significance. Through their artwork, visitors gained a deeper understanding of Lord Ram as a guidebook of a character,Ayodhya’s place in mythology and its enduring relevance in contemporary society.

The exhibition served as a platform for cultural exchange and spiritual reflection, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in the timeless wisdom and beauty of Ramayana. It fostered a sense of reverence for the epic and its teachings, while also celebrating the artistic talents of our students.

Ramotsav not only showcased the creativity and dedication of our students but also promoted cultural appreciation and religious tolerance within the school community. It underscored the importance of preserving and sharing our cultural heritage while embracing diversity and inclusivity.

In conclusion, the Ramotsav art exhibition was a remarkable tribute to the Ramayana and Ayodhya, leaving a profound impact on all who attended. It exemplified the power of art to convey spiritual truths and inspire contemplation, reaffirming the enduring relevance of these timeless narratives in our lives. The exhibition awaits an even greater spectatorship as it heads towards its culmination on March 20, 2024.


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