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Meenakari, a unique art also known as enameling, the art of ornamenting metal surface with attractive colours and kundhan stones. In olden days the meenakari art was done on gold, but later on it is done on another metals like silver, copper, etc., The word ‘meena’ means the specific enamel or colour used in this work where as in other words mina is the feminine form of minoo in Persian which means heaven and meena refers to the blue (azur) colour of heaven. Mughals introduced this unique art to India during 17th century. This art is famous in the name of Banaras Gulabi Meenakari because of its unique style and colour combination. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/meenakari-art-varanasi Write to us at email@example.com
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Varanasi is widely regarded as the spiritual capital of India. In this video we explore the famous ghats of Varanasi by boat at both sunrise and sunset. The people in Varanasi use the River Ganges for everything, from washing their clothes and bathing to cremating the dead. Varanasi also surprised us with an abundance of colourful street art all along the ghats, which only added to the spectacular views of the city from the water. Check out our other Travel Vlogs with weekly videos for more travel tips and travel inspiration; www.travelbeans.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/travelbeans https://twitter.com/Travel_Beans https://www.instagram.com/travel_beans
Embossing refers to the creation of an impression of some kind of design, decoration, lettering, or pattern on another surface like paper, cloth, metal, and even leather, to make a relief. In the broadest sense, it means to change a surface from each raised area on one surface of the thin material is matched by a recessed area on the opposite side, and vice versa at to shaped, so that some areas are raised relative to other areas. Embossing is done for purely decorative reasons. Kashipura located in Varanasi is one among famous place for sheet metal embossing art. Craftsman usually prefers copper and brass sheets in embossing work. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/metal-embossing-varanasi Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Shiva in Varanasi" a public art project showcasing the art of Abhishek Singh, Produced and Curated by Anubhav nath, film : Venkat damara https://www.facebook.com/pages/Abhiart/127879770678751?ref=bookmarks http://abhishekart.com/ http://www.ojasart.com/ Video credits: Directed and edited by Venkat damara fireflifilms.com https://vimeo.com/venkatdamara Music : Macroform : i heal now
A buffet of art in the form of paintings, sculptures, jewellery and textiles among others are served at the art fair in Banaras Hindu University. The four-day art fair-cum-exhibition, organized by faculty of visual arts, is an annual affair and was opened for public. watch previous video-https://youtu.be/rUl0LcYJw8I Follow me on Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/cfdeepak Follow me on twitter -https://twitter.com/cf_deepak1 Also like given pages:- Facebook-www.facebook.com/bhumirror7 Follow on Twitter-https://twitter.com/bhumirror7 Follow on googleplus- https://goo.gl/EUGeqo Subscribe on Youtube -https://goo.gl/ggicVk
Varanasi is also a centre for arts and crafts, dance and music, famous for silk production, brocades with gold and silver threadwork, glass bangles, ivory work, brassware and wooden toys. Wooden toys are made by cutting, peeling and shaping of wood with sharp tools like knives and other equipment. The art of making wooden toys includes spherical, diametrical, cylindrical toys and also traditional – religious articles, pen stand, vermillion case, gods and goddesses, animals, birds and boxes are included. The potters from the Prajapati community paint these wooden toys. Usually huge sales of toys take place during Krishna Janmashtami for decorating tableau. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/wooden-toys-varanasi-uttar-pradesh Write to us at email@example.com
Besides the famous Banaras Sari, brassware, copperware, Ivory work, glass bangles, Wood carving, Carpet weaving, stone, clay toys and exquisite gold jewelry are some of the other crafts Varanasi city is famous for. This place has been famous for handicrafts items for years .It has been hailed a leading center for some of the finest Indian handicrafts. Varanasi is well known across the world for its hand-painted wooden toys. These wooden toys are sculpted and chiselled by artisans, and then attractively painted with bright lacquer colours. This industry is believed to have a 400-years history in the city. This place was one of the largest toy producing centres in India. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/wooden-idol-varanasi Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Varanasi has its own distinctive style of stone carving. Stone sculpture is an old and unique method of giving shape to the rough natural stone. Marble is also known as Royal stone especially prized for fine art sculpture. Marble is very admirable stone because of its brilliant white in colour and easy to carve. The creative artwork of marble sculptures allows admirable style and designs of best artistry that are accomplished with quality. Indian marble sculptors are recognized for refined proportion that is attained in the figures and the elegant designs in the architecture with the evenness. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/marble-stone-carving-varanasi Write to us at email@example.com
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Beti bachao abhiyaan in varanasi sand art competition by crative art gallery director kamla singh , and group members with student who participate in compition
Zari Zardozi is one of the finest traditional embroideries which is glitteringly ornate and heavily encrusted gold thread work of the world. Though the original work of Zari Zardozi embroidery was done with gold or silver wires coated with gold known as Kalabatun is now has been replaced with synthetic threads but yet the art of embroidery retains its aesthetics as same as olden days. It is one of the crafts of India seems to have flourished in early centuries and still have survived till the date like few others. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/zari-zardozi-varanasi Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Varanasi, India trip, Varanasi Tourism, Best of Varanasi, River Ganges, Varanasi travel guide Sponsors (( http://www.gct.com & http://www.oattravel.com )) Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Varanasi, once known as Benares or Banaras and Kashi, is a historical city in northern India. The city is sacred to Hindus and Jains and also one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, with settlements dating back to the 11th century BC. Many Hindus believe that dying in Varanasi brings salvation/nirvana and so they make the trip to the city when they realize that they are close to death. For some, the culture shock of the burning corpses in plain view and the feces overflowing from the Ganges can be a bit overwhelming....
The banks of the river Ganga in Varanasi was turned into a large canvas for fine art students for a day. Students from prestigeous institutes in UP and also from outside made sand sculptures on a variety of themes. The event was organised by the Ram Chhatpar Shilp Nyas on the occasion of the 74th birth anniversary of Guru Ram Chhatpar. Participants were not allowed to use plastic, colour or fibre. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts
Video mosaic of Ruchika Mehrotra - Varanasi artist, teacher and founder of Ruchika Art Gallery. Music by Des Par Des - based in Varanasi, India. Des-Pardes music at https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/des-pardes/id948686910 Video produced by Eric Maring - EricMaring.com
वाराणसी शहर और गंगा में जनम जनम का साथ है। इसी गंगा की रेती में मिलती है मिलती काशी की असली महक। जी हां काशी के गंगा तट पर रेती के ऊपर जब स्टूडेंट्स ने भारत की जिंदगी के सच को उकेरा तो लोग दंग रह गए। बीएचयू के अलावा वाराणसी के तमाम संस्थानों के स्टूडेंट्स ने सैंड आर्ट के द्वारा सर्जिकल स्ट्राइक से लेकर कन्या भ्रूण हत्या, सेव गंगा और नोट बंदी जैसी प्रमुख घटनाओं को गंगा मां के आंचल पर उकेर दिया। इस सैंड आर्ट को देखने के लिए दूर दूर से लोग यहां आकर जुटे रहे। Subscribe now and watch more City and Campus videos at http://bit.ly/18P42Ol Get some more dose of fun at http://bit.ly/ZhXpzm
Welcome to this picture trip through Varanasi: Moments in Love, a favorite track out of the 80's performed by genius Art of Noise. Moments in Love fits so well to Varanasi. It's not that obvious once you arrive there. It needs time to get to details to get closer with the locals and their emotions and passion. The passion for life is everywhere. Shanti but intense. In a mind-blowing simplicity. Dedicated to Nora - welcome & beautiful life!
Ken Howard OBE RA paints Varanasi in India along with Pete Brown NEAC RP and Patrick Cullen NEAC. Follow three of the UK`s leading painters as they tackle their chosen subjects and experience the colourful life that is Varanasi. Visit www.nealeworley.com