Young Artists Join Hands For HARUD, An Art exhibition In Srinagar

Young artists join hands for an art exhibition HARUD in Srinagar in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir to promote art and culture of the valley. Watch

Vageesha Taluja

November 10, 2020

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Budding artists in Srinagar collaborated with the Department of Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir to promote art and culture of the valley after the government relaxed lockdown rules amid the COVID-19 pandemic. So, aiming to boost the morale of the artists, the state of Jammu and Kashmir organised a two-day exhibition, HARUD at Nigeen Club on November 9, 2020, Monday. Everyone followed the rules and safety measures by wearing facemasks and maintaining social distancing at the place. Moreover, the art exhibition turned out to be successful with numerous attendees urging the organisers to conduct similar events in future. Here is everything you need to know about HARUD in Srinagar. Read on:

In an interview with ANI News, HARUD organiser Maroof Ahmad expressed his gratitude to the Department of Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir for their support for the conduct of the exhibition. Recalling how he wanted to plan this event for a long time, Ahmad explained that as the situation in the valley got better, they considered it to be the best time. The organiser added that they wanted to provide a platform for young artists, who otherwise could not get to reveal their talent and art with others. Moreover, he said that it would help in boosting their morale. Maroof Ahmad also thanked the Department of Tourism for providing them with a venue. Watch video:

As the exhibition turned out to be successful, various artists thanked the organisers and the department (J & K) for giving them the opportunity and a platform to showcase their work. Additionally, visitors also appreciated the uniqueness of the art pieces at the event. Meanwhile, professor Zahoor Zargar called all the artworks ‘beautiful’. He revealed how every artist had a unique way of expression.

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He added that as people came from different parts of Kashmir, they brought an essence of places they belong to in the art pieces. Zahoor Zargar concluded by thanking the Department of Tourism, Jammu and Kashmir for their efforts to provide a platform to youngsters. Similarly, artist Fakeera Mir, who displayed his art at the exhibition, urged the organisers to conduct more such events to promote art in the valley.

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