'Colours of India': Independence Day initiative by MIA

01:02 PM Aug 14, 2021 | Team Udayavani |

Mangaluru: ‘Colours of India’ an Independence Day initiative organised by the Mangaluru International Airport in association with Gallerie Orchid was inaugurated by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.


On the occasion, Bommai took a brush and drew India’s national bird peacock, much to the acclaim of the people present around. Ministers Kota Srinivas Poojary, Sudhakar and local legislators were present with the chief minister.

The Colours of India, an art exhibition and camp, at Mangaluru International Airport, is held with an intention of bringing much-needed energy in a world ravaged by the pandemic.

The Colours of India, is held in association with Mangaluru International Airport by Gallerie Orchid Mangaluru.

Curated by William Pais, art gallery director. The art show will also feature paintings of four artists of repute. In a three-day exhibition, the departing passengers will paint a canvas kept in the lounge. The canvas is the metaphor for multi-hued Indian Society and represents its myriad of colours.


The passengers were also gifted bookmarks as a memento.


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