This painting is an inspiration from the city where I grew up. The Multi colors used in this painting shows how colorful my city is and how beautiful it seems through my eyes.
Originally from India, I am a style addict, traveler, and an explorer. Childhood equipped me with beautiful paintings, adolescence greeted me with designing skills and my youth entitled me with the tag of a certified interior designer that totally defines me! My Love and passion for art and paintings over the years has always showcased an upward graph and with the same zest, am motivated to dole out amazing work to my clientele in their beautiful journey just like adding a cherry on the cake and transforming their spaces into their dream homes!
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This painting is an inspiration from a certain section of society in my country. Even with such advancement of technology, there are people in India for whom this lanterns still mean a lot and is the only major source of light even today.