Governor and First Lady interact with artists of “All India Painters Camp”

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Srinagar, September 13: Governor N.N. Vohra and Mrs. Usha Vohra, First Lady, hosted the participants and organizers of the “All India Painters Camp” at the Raj Bhavan. This 5 day Camp was organized by the Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages (JKAACL) at Chashma Shahi.


The paintings made by the artists who participated in this Camp were displayed in the Raj Bhavan Lawns for viewing by all the invitees. Governor and the First Lady evinced keen interest in paintings and complimented the artists.

Emphasising the importance of holding such Camps Governor observed that the getting together of artists from various parts of the State and other parts of India encouraged creative activities and, besides, promoted integration in our vast country.

Besides Dr. Aziz Hajini, Secretary JKAACL and his colleagues, the artists included Sh. Vinod Sharma, Sh. Anil Gaikwad, Sh. Veer Munshi, Sh. Dilip Kumar, Sh. M.A. Mehboob, Sh. Masood Hussain, Sh. Arshad Saleh, Sh. Shafi Chaman, Sh. Muneer Khan, Sh. Sanjay Sharma, Ms. Milan Sharma, Sh. Satpal Deol, Sh. Ankush Kesar, and Sh. Ghulam Mustafa.

Sh. Umang Narula , Principal Secretary to Governor was present on the occasion.