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Best Art Fairs in India

We all must have visited fairs at some point of our lives, it may be a small local fair .The glimpses we remember of the fair may include several different types of stalls selling different accessories and we trying to get the best piece at the best price, Joyful music and dance and not to forget the best  and tasty street food which we can’t avoid eating. Art fairs are very vibrant and full of energy. Today I am sharing with you some of the most significant and the best art fairs in India.

Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

Is the country’s largest multicultural festival. It is a annual event which lasts for nine days starting on the first Saturday of February and always closes on the second Sunday in February.Everyday the event is held from 10AM to 10PM.

The stalls and art installations are put up adjacent to the Jehangir Art Gallery. The other venues include Kala Ghoda National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), the garden at David Sassoon Library, the lawns and auditoriums at the CSMVS, The Museum, the Cross Maidan, the Horniman Circle garden, the MC Ghia Hall, Navy Building, the Max Mueller Bhavan (MMB)

The festival is open to all and is free of cost. The festival covers many categories like food, dance, music, theatre, street events and other visual arts , stalls, etc.

Ellora – Ajanta International Festival

The festival is held in October or in January for three days.It aims at putting the rich cultural history of India in the spotlight.It showcases a mix of classical dance,folk performance and music organised under the backdrop of the Ellora caves.

The festival is held at Soneri Mahal Aurangabad

There are various dance performances and instrumental music and bhajans as well as game competitions.

Contact Details

Telephone – 0091 240 233198

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Indian Art Fair

 It is a four day long art fair held mostly in January – February at the NSIC Exhibition grounds near Okhala Delhi.Artists from all over India and other artists from Asia and Europe participate in the fair.The art fair includes paintings,photography,mixed media,prints,drawings and video art. It also includes several exhibits and galleries and solo projects by several artists.

The fair has gained rapid popularity and has a great number of visitors.

India Art Fair

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DLF South Court Saket District Centre,

New Delhi – 110017

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Delhi International Arts Festival

  Is an annual arts festival, held in Delhi.Many artists from all over the world participate in the festival.The festival is a projection of brand India The event showcases different forms of art and culture with a blend of Indian, western and traditional forms of events and performances. The festival includes dance and theatre performances

The art and cultural feast is held in over 20 venues in Delhi NCR over two weeks and the event reaches out to all kinds of audiences and art connoisseurs.

Contact Details

Forum For Art

Beyond Borders

A1, 1st Floor North Tower,

Girdhar Apartment

28,Feroz Shah Road

New Delhi – 110001

Phone – 91 11 47340497

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Bangalore International Arts Festival

  The Bangalore International Arts Festival (BIAF) is a melange of arts,converging on a platform. The festival covers all forms of arts like music,dance,theatre,fine arts and also films.

The festival showcases established as well as local and emerging artists from all over the world.

Contact Details

Artists Introspective Movement (AIM)

42,Sirur Park Road

Malleshwaram, Bengaluru – 560003

Mobile – 91 87 92950377

Landline – 080 23462242

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Surajkund Crafts Mela

The mela is a collection of vivid art,music and dance along with colorful ambiance, ethnic cuisines and immersive cultural ethos.The fair observes more than a million visitors every ear, and thousands of foreign tourists. A large number of renowned national and International artists, groups participate in the fair and showcase their skilled talent .

Serendipity Art Festival, Goa

 Is one of the largest art festival in South Asian Region. The festival has various programs like workshops, special projects and others and many artists participate in the festival.The festival intends to create platform for creativity and provide the wider public with a unique source of art and culture

Contact Details

C-340 ,Chetna Marg, Block C

Defence Colony, New Delhi 110024

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Do share your experience and feedback on which is your favourite fair! and Happy painting

Artists I admire

I admire the manner in which some artists paint . Their paintings are unique and one just can’t stop admiring their work.


His paintings are breath taking and he adds life to all his figures. The background are vibrant and rich and he has a distinctive style in which he tries to merge the background with the figure . Apart from this the detail in the background and the painting look very real.


Ashok Bhowmick is a senior renowned artist. He paints figures using his unique cross hatching style with pen and ink . All his paintings have a in – depth meaning to them.


Is a Semi Realistic Painter .  His paintings revolve around men and women engrossed in their emotions. It is the theme and the background which keeps the viewer engaged and this keeps the viewer absorbed and interested in the painting.


Is known for his charcoal work . He paints the face and tries to capture the face from different angles .This unique style creates a rhythm in his painting and the viewer gets engrossed in it.


Is a distinguished Indian Painter . Her painting mostly project women doing various tasks. She is a versatile Painter.


Works revolve around a number of textures ranging from different cloth and other tools . Her work celebrates beauty in women . She has been facilitated b the Lalit Kala Akademy for being an achiever in Contemporary Indian Art .

Do write about some of your favorite artists, and what you like about them ? Happy Painting !