Rediscovering The India’s Forgotten Art And Heritage

Rediscovering The India’s Forgotten Art And Heritage
GMeet - Rediscovering The India’s Forgotten Art And Heritage
GMeet - Rediscovering The India’s Forgotten Art And Heritage
GMeet - Rediscovering The India’s Forgotten Art And Heritage

“Our heritage is our inheritance- what the past has conceded to us, what we value in the present and what we chose to preserve for future generations”.

Over the past few years, India has become one of the pioneers of technological and infrastructure developments. All around the world, and also within India, the emphasis is constantly on improving the scope and use of technology and on improving infrastructure planning and execution. Yet, one of the key differentiators of our nation, remains its deep-rooted culture and rich history. Culture and Arts – are fields for which India is known around the world. However, there remain some significant gaps in the world’s knowledge about Indian art and culture.

According to Shri. Benoy K Behl, a world- renowned Indian art historian, India possesses the world’s greatest indigenous painting tradition. Some of these paintings were photographed for the first time, by him. His painstaking digital restoration of the Badami paintings has made this art more visible to the eyes.

Sapio Analytics takes the privilege of showing these earliest, Hindu paintings to the world.

Sapio Analytics, a government advisory firm is focused on nation building products and processes. We recently deposited the unique Ajanta photograph of Shri Benoy K Behl at the Arctic World Archives, Norway. It was our Honour that the Hon. Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi recognized this work in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme on 29th November 2020.

Our aim is to showcase to the world the real strength of our country. For the said purpose, we have already initiated our project on Ajanta Caves. In order to establish the above claims, we have got support from one of the finest art historian Shri. Benoy K Behl, whose works have been renowned amongst the global community.

Recently, Sapio Analytics also organized an event to showcase the forgotten continuous tradition of painting in ancient India and the earliest-surviving painting of the Hindu tradition through the pioneering photography and digital restoration of Shri. Benoy K Behl. The event witnessed the presence of Shri. Benoy K Behl, a distinguished art historian, film-maker and photographer, Shri Amish Tripathi, an author and diplomat, Shri. Rajeshwar Prasad, Hon. Cabinet Minister & Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, Republic of Guinea Bissau, Shri. Balkrishnan Choolun, the co-founder and director, Ajanta HC, Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Hon. Member of Parliament- Rajya Sabha, Shri. Suresh Prabhu, Hon. Member of Parliament – Rajya Sabha, India’s Sherpa to G7 & G20, Former Cabinet Minister.

The speakers presented their views on the heritage, culture and art of India which we are forgetting about and how should it be preserved for the generations to come. They also congratulated Shri. Benoy K Behl for engaging in such a great work.

Sapio Analytics is also planning to organize a series of exhibitions across the world under the aegis of ICCR to show these path-breaking photographs by Shri. Benoy Behl to mark 75 years of India’s independence in the year 2022.

Our ancestors leave clues to our history and how our culture has progressed. It aids in the analysis of our history and customs, as well as the development of self-awareness. It enables us to comprehend and explain why we are and who we are. It is a vital part of our culture that influences our politics, society, business, and worldview. Sapio Analytics is committed to preserving our history and will continue to do so in the future.

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