Painting by Swapna Augustine. She was born in Kerala, without both her arms. However, even as a child, she made a habit of performing all tasks, including painting and drawing, with her feet. As her talent for art was soon discovered, her parents and teachers gave her the necessary support & encouragement to continue painting when she was only a schoolgirl. Her paintings were published in student's newsletters & youth magazines. Swapna has participated in several group exhibitions in India.

Painting by Swapna Augustine. She was born in Kerala, without both her arms. However, even as a child, she made a habit of performing all tasks, including painting and drawing, with her feet. As her talent for art was soon discovered, her parents and teachers gave her the necessary support & encouragement to continue painting when she was only a schoolgirl. Her paintings were published in student's newsletters & youth magazines. Swapna has participated in several group exhibitions in India.

Children's Corner - Arts & Crafts - Coloring projects Good for lessons on Hinduism

Children's Corner - Arts & Crafts - Coloring projects Good for lessons on Hinduism

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Kalamkari painting of Ganesh. Buy similar at http://bringingitallbackhome.co.uk/product-category/tribal-paintings/

Kalamkari painting of Ganesh. Buy similar at http://bringingitallbackhome.co.uk/product-category/tribal-paintings/


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Bindi is a colorful dot that is placed on the forehead of both men and women in Hinduism. Bindis have a special significance in the Indian tradition. Different colors are worn for different occasions and stages in life. A married woman always wears a red colored bindi as this shows true love and prosperity. The bindi is worn between the eyebrows where the pineal gland lies. This is an important nerve center and applying sandalwood or ash keeps the nerves cool. Men also wear a tilak during…

Bindi is a colorful dot that is placed on the forehead of both men and women in Hinduism. Bindis have a special significance in the Indian tradition. Different colors are worn for different occasions and stages in life. A married woman always wears a red colored bindi as this shows true love and prosperity. The bindi is worn between the eyebrows where the pineal gland lies. This is an important nerve center and applying sandalwood or ash keeps the nerves cool. Men also wear a tilak during…

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