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What is common between a vegan, a feminist, human rights advocate and a naturalist? Love for the downtrodden? According to Mahatma Gandhi the main reason why the world is not in its best condition today is because the women are not respected... Some native Americans still feel the fallacies and pit falls of the modern world are brought out because of "the disrespect" of their "sacred cotton tree".. We may not value the lessons our ancestors, the so called "primitive" yet indigenous cultures learnt by respecting nature in all its form, women, and the creative and nurturing human spirit in general, yet they knew everything is connected, like a big organic whole. They believed if a part is not okay, mutilated, damaged, it invariable effects the other "seemingly stronger" part. We all know it deep down, intuitively, and science is slowly revealing it in the form of "quantum consciousness", yet we are yet to understand it completely.. This work here is a tribute to a one part of this complex organic whole "the women"; and the part they played in the way society is structured today, the parts we know, and parts which we do not know, which have been hidden inadvertently or or may be on purpose (we do not know) ...More than answers this work attempts to raise more questions, so we can spiral on a path of self discovery as a society, as the children of the humanity, mother earth and "the feminine"....
This e book presents the facts and research behind the show "Zara Hizaab Uthao: The His-story of women" at Lalit Kala Academy New Delhi, which was a huge success, and is now is to be shown at University of Illionois, Chicago. The artist who created the show, Sujata Tibrewala, was born in Jaipur Rajasthan, the Pink City of India. Sujata inherits her love for art from her maternal grandmother. Her grandmother loved to keep herself occupied with “creative works of the hand."
Although she trained as an Image Processing expert, and worked as network engineer, her toddler daughter’s experiments with the paints and her husband’s literary interests instilled a new spirit in her as an artist.She gave up her career in 2008 for her first love art, and has had several successful exhibitions, gallery representations and workshops at various venues all over India and now also in the USA.. She now uses her engineering background and knowledge of science to spread art and issues close to her heart. To know more about her and her work go to:
www.pratibimba.in, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.