You've gotta see this to beleive it. With just a few strokes of his pencil, Raj Bhatt creates divinity. The Indian Council For Cultural Relations, Department Of Culture is organising an exhibition of drawings on Lord Ganesh and sketches with the theme "Confluence of Art", by Raghav Raj Bhatt from 29th August to 4th September at the ICCR Art Gallery.
The drawings and sketches are drawn with the use of pencil. You can find Ganeshas in various moods and modes, like Ganesha in meditation, painting, penning literature, and also dancing in various Indian Classical Dances like Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Odissi, Kathakali, Manipuri, etc.
The drawings are very creatively done, but it's the expression in the eyes of the Lord that is the centre of attraction.
The sketches are also influenced by the dance, which Raghav Raj drew instantly during dance performances and festivals by the dancers. He calls those dancing lines, and there are sketches of dancer maestro Uday Shankar, Kabul Naga Tribal Dance of Manipur, Kathak maestro Pt Briju Maharaj, and many more.
Raghav Raj Bhatt is a renowned and internationally acclaimed Kathak dancer and choreographer, and a prime disciple of Padmavibhushan Pt. Briju Maharaj. He is the son of Janapada Kalabrahma, Late Dr. Gopal Raj Bhatt.
You can contact Raghav Raj Bhatt at 98493-44874 for further details.