Thursday, January 15, 2015

Hindu Wall Painting Campaign to Beautify City in India's Town of Khammam

THE HINDU
Artists painting images on a wall as part of the wall painting project in Khammam.-PHOTO: G.N. RAO
INDIA---In an effort to beautify the town and showcase the glorious cultural heritage of the district, the Municipal Corporation in collaboration with the allied government departments has embarked on a wall painting project in Khammam. The project envisages painting of impressive images depicting the rich folk art heritage and grandeur of the tribal art forms of the Telangana State. Impressive paintings highlighting the popular Bonalu and other folk art forms besides the Kommu Koya tribal dance form have already come up on the walls of some office buildings, private clubs and the flyover near the Mayuri Centre under the project. [link]