Friday, December 23, 2011


" Odissi ", one of the classical dance forms of India.It originates from the state of Orissa, in eastern India. It is the oldest surviving dance form of India on the basis of archaeological evidences. The classic treatise of Indian dance, Natya Shastra, refers to it as Odra-Magadhi. 1st century BCE bas-reliefs in the hills of Udaygiri (near Bhubaneshwar) testify to its antiquity. It was suppressed under the British Raj, but has been reconstructed since India gained independence. It is particularly distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the Tribhangi (literally: three parts break), the independent movement of head, chest and pelvis and upon the basic square stance known as Chauka or Chouka that symbolizes Lord Jagannath. This dance is characterized by various Bhangas (Stance), which involves stamping of the foot and striking various postures as seen in Indian sculptures. The common Bhangas are Bhanga, Abanga, Atibhanga and Tribhanga.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

wall mural


Ganesha mural 

Fairy Mural

                                    Formula 1 wall mural

    Fairies wall mural

    Madhubani wall mural

                   Katchi Lipan mural

Monday, August 22, 2011

Chai - Kettle


 KamaSutra Kettle Art................................................................

                                Madhubai Kettle....

Customized gifts for the holiday season

Friday, July 22, 2011

Sunday, July 17, 2011


Dancing Nayika



Wednesday, June 15, 2011


dancers portfolio brochures

Thursday, May 5, 2011


Paper-mache , Paperweights out for Sale ....

Friday, April 1, 2011

Info Cards.........

Sama is one of the leg gestures of Odissi where both the feets are in equilibrium.


Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Coorporate Gift Items

TVI Express Banners

TVI Express Banners

Recently designed a range of Products for TVI Express

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Wedding Card

Wedding Card with Assamese manuscript concept

Wedding Card created using Traditional Assamese textile pattern worn by the Bride.