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Watch how the power of art is empowering children in India’s largest slum
Dharavi Art Room, founded by Mumbai artists Himanshu and Aqui Thami, has helped women and children to see, feel and fill colours in their lives.
· Feb 06, 2018 · 08:30 am
Priya Kuriyan’s new book tells the story of an adorable, eccentric grandmother – without any words
‘Ammachi’s Glasses’ is based on Kuriyan’s own grandmother.
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· Aug 12, 2017 · 03:30 pm