Amit Bhar, 1973 | Abstract Watercolor painter
Amit Bhar is a famous Indian watercolor painting artist. Amit Bhar was born in Hooghly chinsurah (west Bengal). Even as a child his first love was art. At the age of sixteen while at the Calcutta Govt. Art College, Amit was blessed with the guidance of Shri Paresh Das, a noted artist and gold medallist. Subsequently he gained further insights into art under the famous Subal Jana and Niloy Ghosh, who together enriched his style. He was also inspired by Bikash Bhattacharya and Suhas Roy during…
This conservatory is located on the south side of the Amber Fort in Jaipur, India. The three windows are carved from stone with a repeating geometric pattern (I do not know the exact name for this style of carving) You can read about the Amber Fort here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amber_Fort
Scenes from India: North
Even four millennia ago, inhabitants of the north's fertile Indus Valley enjoyed ingredients that characterize the cooking of the region now: cereals and basmati rice, pulses, dairy, spices like mustard and fenugreek. Across the fields of Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan, northward through the Punjab, and up into mountainous Kashmir, ancient cooking techniques survive, too. Here, see the vibrant scenes of north India as captured by SAVEUR photographers.