Ranchi Based Kamini Sinha’s Extraordinary Journey Of Preserving The Madhubani Art Form Wins Hearts
Being a master in this craft for more than a decade now, Kamini also trains hundreds of women free of cost. An inspiring story that teaches us a lot!
2020 has made us experience all kinds of emotions. From being in lockdown, appreciating Covid warriors to learning new things, we have done it all. In a way, we have discovered a lot this year and unexpectedly it has turned out to be an inspiring year for each one of us. In a similar instance, meet Kamini Sinha from Ranchi who has taken a step forward to revive the culture of Indian heritage, ‘The Madhubani Art’. And her dedication to this art is proving out to be an inspiring journey.
Being a master in this craft for more than a decade now, Kamini also trains hundreds of women free of cost. Her aim is to make society and its women self-reliant. The women who are learning this style of art are selling their own paintings in various art exhibitions organized by the state of Jharkhand.
In an interaction with the media, Kamini was quoted saying, “So far, I have trained up to more than hundreds of women and my main motive is to make them all self-reliant. The ones who are learning this art are self-dependent and they run their households on their own. They make their own designs and they themselves sell their work at the state-organized exhibitions.” She added, “There are a lot of facilities provided by the state government which makes it quite easier for all of us.”
One of the local trainees stated how Kamini has established a platform for all the women belonging to the tribal zone of the state and has helped them earn a living for their families. Kamini’s dedication towards preserving Madhubani art was recognized and appreciated by the government in 2012. Her love for art started as a hobby and has now evolved into a mission meant to empower women from underdeveloped regions.
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