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Vegan is non-violence

Vegan is non-violence
Ahimsa means not to hurt someone, working on the same a group of artists put up an exhibition recently in the Capital. Ahimsa's multidimensional concept is inspired by the premise that all living beings have the spark of the divine spiritual energy, to hurt another being is to hurt oneself.

Through the language of brush on canvas all the artists tried to show their concern to promote greenery and vegetarianism at Gallery Sree Art. The works of artist represent non-violence towards animals and respecting the ecological balance ‘By embracing your inner herbivore you can bring positive changes in your lifestyle, the green meals bring peace and calm and a man can live and be healthy without killing animals for food,’ said the artist.

Works of artist Jyotika Chhabra were refreshing and full of enthusiasm. Her use of  bold colours and heavy textures on canvas have brought the shades of nature together for the art lovers in the city. She made an attempt to project the supernova created in the state of reverie.

Artists whose works were on display were Kanchan Chander,  Ritu Kapoor Kamath, Balbir Krishan, Alka Raghuvanshi, Nupur Sakhuja Kundu, Jyotika Chhabra,  Babu Xavier, Azis TM, Birendra Pani,  Sangeeta Gupta, Shijo Jacob,  Kiishore Chakravortee,  Sunayana Malhotra and more.
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