Thalagiri.com is a name that is on everyone’s lips these days. All thanks to our Master of Art Summer Carnival 2016 that started on 16th May and will last until 19th June. We have 40+ Workshops with 40+ Artists shouldering the responsibility of taking one workshop each.
Amid all the gala and glamor, we made sure that we don’t forget that sector of the society which is underprivileged. Thus, we, in association with Jatan – Working with Youth (an NGO), came up with an amazing workshop for underprivileged children.
The workshop had several mini sections of painting, craft, drama, and dance taken by the artists of Thalagiri.com, thereby bringing a cheshire grin on the faces of children. Thanks to Varad Mahto, Abdul Mubin Khan Pathan and Virendra Singh Parmar for mingling with the children for Painting & Craft, Drama and Dance sections respectively.
So what Thalagiri.com promotes artists and art? Don’t the underprivileged feel an urge to draw their imagination on a piece of paper? Don’t they want to escape the reality for a while and plunge into another character? Don’t they wish to sway on the beats? Well, all these thoughts encouraged us to go ahead and execute our social duty.
The amazing paintings, mind boggling dramas, incredible craft, and mesmerizing dancing moves by the children simply robbed us of speech. Their smile and happiness were no less than a symbol of success for us. No matter where Thalagiri.com reaches in future or what it does few years down the line, it will always stay connected with the soil and endeavor to shield that spark called Passion in everyone.