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Lata Mangeshkar – The Queen Comes Alive

Lata Mangeshkar – The Queen Comes Alive

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A painting of Lata Mangeshkar by Ramkropal Namdeo

Lata Mangeshkar comes alive with the stunning paintings by Ramkripal Namdeo at  “Chitralatika” an exhibition featuring over 40 unique works of art depicting the iconic singer’s memorable moments, both on and off stage. From her soulful performances to personal anecdotes, each painting captures the essence of Lata Mangeshkar’s musical genius. Join us at the Jamini Roy Art Gallery in Kolkata from 22nd to 26th February 2023 for a one-of-a-kind visual journey through the life and legacy of the Queen of Melody.”

Ramkripal Namdeo, a noted painter and Limca Book of Records holder, is set to showcase his latest solo painting exhibition, “Chitralatika,” at the Jamini Roy Art Gallery in Kolkata from February 22nd to February 26th, 2023. The exhibition is expected to be an incredible tribute to the late Lata Mangeshkar, one of the most influential singers in the Indian music industry.

Ramkripal Namdeo’s love for art began at a very young age, thanks to his grandmother’s artistic talents. As a child, he used to watch his grandmother paint the courtyard of her house with cow dung and white clay. He was fascinated by the way she created clay art on the walls of the house’s door frame. Over time, his passion for art grew, and he started making shapes out of bread. He continued to hone his artistic skills, and eventually, he became one of the most renowned painters in India.

Lata Mangeshkar with her painting by Ramkripal Namdeo
Lata Mangeshkar with her painting by Ramkripal Namdeo

Ramkripal Namdeo’s “Chitralatika” exhibition is centered around Lata Mangeshkar, one of India’s most beloved and respected singers. Lata Mangeshkar’s unique voice has been a source of inspiration and joy to millions of people worldwide. Despite her recent passing in 2022, her legacy continues to live on through her music and the many tributes that have been made in her honor.

An unique painting of Lata Mangeshkar

The exhibition features approximately forty paintings of Lata Mangeshkar, highlighting her musical and personal moments. Ramkripal Namdeo has been painting Lata Mangeshkar since 2013, and to date, he has created around fifty paintings of her. One of his most notable paintings is a piece that features 1436 faces, including Lata Mangeshkar, Maa Saraswati, and other prominent figures. This painting has been included in both the Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records in 2019.

An unique painting of Lata Mangeshkar by Ramkripal Namdeo

The upcoming exhibition in Kolkata promises to be a unique experience for fans of Lata Mangeshkar. The event will be inaugurated by Snehasis Chatterjee, a noted anthologist, and compiler of “Lata Geetkosh.” Other dignitaries attending the event include Pt. Prodyut Mukherjee, a jury member of Grammy from India, and Soumya Dasgupta, a GIMA Awardee Percussionist and a noted musician-composer. It is sure to be an occasion that honors the legacy of Lata Mangeshkar and celebrates her contributions to the Indian music industry.

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Ramkripal Namdeo’s exhibition is not just a celebration of Lata Mangeshkar’s life and music. It is also a testament to the power of art to evoke emotion and convey a message. Through his paintings, Ramkripal Namdeo is able to capture the essence of Lata Mangeshkar’s legacy and pay tribute to her enduring influence on Indian music and culture. This exhibition is a must-see event for art and music lovers in Kolkata, and it will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on all who attend.

Lata Mangeshkar by Ramkripal Namdeo

In conclusion, “Chitralatika” is an incredible exhibition of paintings by Ramkripal Namdeo that will showcase his talent as a painter and his love for Lata Mangeshkar. It is an exhibition that will not only entertain and inspire but also educate visitors about the contributions of Lata Mangeshkar to Indian music. The event will be a great opportunity for people to learn about the history and culture of Indian music and appreciate the value of art in capturing emotions and conveying messages.

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