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In the heart of the Himalayas, Uttarakhand not only thrives on its beautiful landscapes but also boasts a tradition of nourishing and wholesome cuisine. One such culinary gem is Ragi Roti (finger millet Chapati), a local delicacy teeming with nutrition and flavor. My painting concept aims to pay tribute to this healthy and sustainable food choice, which has made its way into the hearts and tables of the people of Uttarakhand. In this year India celebrating The International Year of Millets 2023, it aims to raise awareness about the importance of millets and their health benefits. It also seeks to promote the production, consumption, and value-addition of millet products.

Size: 18x 22 inches,

Meet the Artist

Sapna Kuniyal

BFA(2020) and MVA(2022): Specialized in painting from Graphic Era Hill University, Dehradun. My paintings focus on farming practices in Uttarakhand, highlighting the socio-cultural aspects. I use farming tools as symbols to represent the strength and resilience of the hill people. My connection to this subject comes from my grandparents who relied on farming. Despite the younger generation abandoning farming, the older generation remains emotionally attached to their land and traditional tools. I capture this emotional bond using jute fabric as canvas and integrating found objects. The connection between the people of Uttarakhand and their land is a major inspiration for my work.

Artwork Specs

Size 18x 22 inches,
Medium Mix Media on Jute
Artwork Care Do not wash
Packaging Details Box packing, Bubble wrap