He is best known for his early work Madhushala (मधधशशलश). Introduction Harivansh Rai 'Bachchan ' Srivastav was born in the year 1907 in the village Babupatti near Allahabad in a Kayastha family to Pratap Narayan Shrivastav and Saraswati Devi. He was their eldest born. As a child, he was fondly called 'bachchan ' because of his child-like ways. The
My mother was shocked that fewer than thirty people had been invited, and she was more perplexed than honored that, of all the Bengalis Pranab Kaku knew by then, we were the only ones on the list ' '(73). I think that Pranab did this in order to be as far as possible from his culture. As Parrillo stated in his article “Forsaking the lands of their ancestors, these millions gave up old traditions and old dreams to pursue new dreams and new traditions" (P.133). This is exactly what happens with Pranab. For example, he starts reducing his visits to the Bengali 's house and forgetting the Indian traditions in holidays but celebrating the American ones as the Thanksgiving.
In 1852, Raden Saleh came back to Java and became an outstanding figure but in 1869, European and Java was not in good terms because they could not coordinated and Raden was once arrested as a suspect for involving with a rebellion against the Dutch in the West Javanese city of Bekasi. In Javanese he was well known only for the social fame he gained through recognition from his European contemporaries but not for artistic fame earned as his works was not seen much in Java. This essay aim to discuss on how Raden Saleh artworks are relating to Indonesian and European ties.
It is at this point of the nation’s vibrant history Subramanya Bharathi arrived in Tamilnadu with his poetic genius and exuberance. He made individual indelible mark in Tamil language and literature. C.Subramanya Bharathi was born in Ettayapuram, Tirunelveli District of Southern India on 11th December 1882. At his tender age five Subbaiah lost his mother, and he was wholly at the care of his father Chinnaswamy Iyer. Though his father remarried immediately, he looked after his son with great care.
Baadal Nanjundaswamy : Protest With Art If you live in Bangalore, you would’ve noticed a lot of art on the streets. Mind you, I am not talking about normal art; this is extraordinary, like the crocodile that was on the busy main road in R.T.Nagar once. Yes! That art and the artist behind all this is Baadal Nanjundaswamy, 36, also known as ‘The Crocodile Artist” is a gold medalist in Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mysore University and an alumnus of Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (CAVA). He is most popular for his street art and 3D paintings.
JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN Jayaprakash Narayan, also referred to as, JP or Lok Nayak, has been an important activist in India’s struggle for Independence. Social reformer and political leader, remembered especially for leading the mid-1970s revolts against Indira Gandhi. The Patna airport was named after him. Born: October 11, 1902, Saran district Died: October 8, 1979, Patna Spouse: Prabhavati Devi (m. 1920) Education: University of California, Berkeley, Ohio State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison Awards received: Bharat Ratna, Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service. Nationality: Indian Movement: Quit India Movement, JP Movement, Sarvodaya EARLY LIFE Jayprakash Narayan was born on 11 October 1902, in Jai Prakash Nagar.