The students of Goa College of Art, Altinho, Panjim, were recently invited to create murals at the opening of the Badrinath Temple, in Uttarakhand.
AT THE FAMOUS BADRINATH TEMPLE
The Badrinath Temple, in Uttarakhand, opened its doors to pilgrims for the Char Dham Yatra.
There were murals that depicted the avatars of Lord Vishnu.
It took the students, who were accompanied by their professors and members of the Goa Art and Culture Department, 10 days to complete the murals at the temple.
Around 10 students were assigned the task of painting the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu, which had to be compiled into the 8 x 84 foot mural.
THE GOA TEAM
The students who painted the murals were Ashish Phal Desai, Shubam Palekar, Sahil Naik, Narayan Vernekar, Rutika Desai, Pratiksha Parab, Jodan De Souza, Sneha Vadkar, Rohit Pagi and Akash Gaonkar, Prayuj Velip, Atharva Shenavi Mandrekar, Abhilasha Goswami.
GOA COLLEGE OF ART FACULTY
The students were guided by Gopal Kudaskar, who is an assistant professor of the Painting Department of the Goa College of Art, Panjim.
EXPOSURE AND OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS
Through the murals, the students of the Goa College of Art, Panjim, got a chance to display their creativity to the public.