3 edition of Devalakunda Vadiraj found in the catalog.
Saligrama Krishna Ramachandra Rao
1994 by Directorate of Archaeology & Museums, Govt. of Karnataka in Bangalore .
Written in English
On the life and works of Devalakunda Vadiraj, b. 1920, sculptor.
|Statement||by S.K. Ramachandra Rao.|
|Contributions||Karnataka (India). Directorate of Archaeology & Museums.|
|LC Classifications||NB1010.V34 R36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||95902042|
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“Vadiraj (her guru Devalakunda Vadiraj) told me to never waste time. If he was not doing any work, he was drawing," remembers the sculptor, adding how. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Devalakunda Vadiraj: Professor S.
Ramachandra Rao: Directorate of Archaeology and Museums: Remembering The Master: Works by M.F. Husain: Institute of Contemporary Indian Art: Sakti Burman: What's he going to be next.
Ranjit Hoskote: After Image Publishing: Where Art Thou: M.F. Husain with Khalid Mohamed: M.F. Husain Foundation. Devalakunda Sri Vadiraj.a much celebrated and revered sculptor (20 Mar - 27 Feb ) Ref Photo: from the book titled "Devalalunda Vadiraj" authored by Prof S K Ramachandra Rao Jayant R Haritsa Computer Scientist and Professor at IISC Bangalore.
When he was 15 years, his marine archeologist brother Puttaswamy Gudigar introduced him to the national award-winner master craftsman Devalakunda Vadiraj in Bangalore. Vadiraj himself was a sculptor of international renown.
Ashok spent several years studying under Vadiraj in the traditional Gurukula system. The same year, she came across Devalakunda Vadiraj, a renowned traditional sculptor. He didn't judge her because of her gender. He saw her genuine interest in the art and began training her till.
Chief Minister of Karnataka, Sri Siddaramaiah honoured Dr. Vijay Hagargundgi with the coveted Karnataka Rajyotsava award on 1st November in the presence of Smt. Umashree, Minister for Kannada and Culture. Incidentally, that day also happened to be Vijay's birthday.
A very sweet present from the State Government, indeed. View / Library Catalogue - Indira Gandhi National Centre download Report Comments.