IIMB Hosts Artwork Dialogue – BW Training

The musical narrative checked out Avadh as a melting pot of cultures, particularly in the course of the interval of medieval and early fashionable historical past

Indian Institute of Administration Bangalore (IIMB) hosted a night of debate and artwork on carpet weaving in Uttar Pradesh that interlinked educational debates and Dastangoi, a standard type of story-telling, on the IIMB Auditorium, this night.

The Dastangoi artiste, Askari Naqvi, along with his music and the founding father of Deep Dive India, Samir Madhusudhan Kher, contemporised the standard artwork type by combining historical past with poetry, pictures and music. 

The musical narrative checked out Avadh as a melting pot of cultures, particularly in the course of the interval of medieval and early fashionable historical past. 

The cultural occasion was preceded by a panel dialogue between the Principal Investigators of the UKRI-ICSSR challenge on ‘Enablers and Obstacles for UK-India Commerce: Banks and Diasporas’. The panel mentioned their learnings from their immersion in several components of India understanding the functioning of handcrafted carpet, saree and scarf business. The panel comprised Dr Sunil Kumar and Dr Kamini Gupta from King’s School London, and Dr Prateek Raj from IIM Bangalore. 

Organised as a part of a analysis challenge by King’s School, London and IIM Bangalore on the hand-made carpet business, the panel and the efficiency offered insights on challenge themes comparable to social networks, import of concepts from Persia, the lives and work of chikankari karigars, the carpet cluster in Khairabad, the ‘unintended’ occupation of the ladies of Kashmir, the origins and globalisation of the Benares Silk and extra.

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