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Display of art and paintings at Maati Centre

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GUWAHATI, April 5 - Maati Centre, Lamb Road, Ambari is holding a 3-day display of art and paintings from today. The artists are Dr Raginie Duara and Swagat Kashyap Talukdar.

Dr Duara is an accomplished artist who has earlier shown her exhibits at Gauhati Artists� Guild and Headingly HEART, Leeds, UK. Her art page on Instagram goes by the handle exploringart raginie wherein she takes on exploring realistic art under different themes like People & Passion, European Lanes, Stage Lights, Helpers and The Rare Ones.

Swagat Kashyap Talukdar, like his fellow exhibitor is a self-taught artist with a taste for the abstract. His Instagram art page is named findingme_nizzu with a quest to explore both the conventional and unconventional art forms.

The show at Maati Centre will remain open for visitors from 11 am to 7 pm on all the days.

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Display of art and paintings at Maati Centre

GUWAHATI, April 5 - Maati Centre, Lamb Road, Ambari is holding a 3-day display of art and paintings from today. The artists are Dr Raginie Duara and Swagat Kashyap Talukdar.

Dr Duara is an accomplished artist who has earlier shown her exhibits at Gauhati Artists� Guild and Headingly HEART, Leeds, UK. Her art page on Instagram goes by the handle exploringart raginie wherein she takes on exploring realistic art under different themes like People & Passion, European Lanes, Stage Lights, Helpers and The Rare Ones.

Swagat Kashyap Talukdar, like his fellow exhibitor is a self-taught artist with a taste for the abstract. His Instagram art page is named findingme_nizzu with a quest to explore both the conventional and unconventional art forms.

The show at Maati Centre will remain open for visitors from 11 am to 7 pm on all the days.

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