Make time for Chitra Santhe, a Kumbhamela for Art lovers in the City

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Bengaluru has always been a hub for art and culture with a spacious room for literature, poetry, story-telling sessions, musical nights and more. It is so acquainted that there will be one or the other events lined up making the city more connected and conscious. In this context, Chitra santhe (Art Fair) is one such event that showcases arts of different culture under one roof. This is a place where artists from all over the country come together to celebrate the essence of craft thereby making an art a part of everyday life.

Chitra Santhe – Art For All

Chitra Santhe is an annual one-day mega event/fair organized by Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath – literally a Kumbhamela for Art lovers in the city. This cultural event displays drawings, paintings, graphic prints, miniature formats, and sculptures which are the major attractions. Also, it is a comprehensive collection of Leather puppets, Folk, Tribal, and Contemporary art forms which brings that artistic hue to the event. In total, Chitra Santhe is a paradise for Art lovers.

Chitra Santhe
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Venue: No.1, Art Complex, Kumara Krupa Rd, Bengaluru

When: 5th Jan – 2020 | 8 AM – 7 PM

Make time for Chitra Santhe because it is one of the most beautiful things you can witness in the city. Being in Bengaluru, this is an experience that you cannot afford to miss. Every year, Karnataka Chitra Kala Parishath organizes the event to make sure that the tradition continues and the love for art enhances in a way that it will endure as an enshrined memory.

Chitra Santhe
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Chitra Santhe is not only confined to art but is a pure amalgamation of food, colors, and unlimited fun. Stories speaking in silence through the bright, dark, and flamboyant perspective of artists, Chitra Santhe has definitely made its mark in the hearts of art connoisseurs.

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Shrinag is a writer, designer, and a social media buff who loves to scribble, explore and present the things in a creative way. When he is not writing or designing, he loves reading books, meditate, travel, and paint.


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