10 Artists on the 75th Year of India's Independence

Celebrate India’s Independence with 10 artists from across the country

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India wins its first Cricket World Cup by Srishti Guptaroy

Celebrate the 75th Indian Independence Day with 10 moments you need to remember as reimagined by artists! Scroll down to read more. 

Chandrayaan 2, India's second lunar exploration mission by Roshan Gawand

To the Moon

Chandrayaan 2, was successfully launched on July 22, 2019 by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation). Read more about the spacecraft here

Roshan Gawand, has rendered the launch of the spacecraft in his style! 

Nikhat Zareen's gold medal at the 2022 Women's World Boxing Championships by Hanifa Abdul Hameed

Golden Gloves

Nikhat Zareen, a boxer became World Boxing Champion in the 52kg category at 26. Learn more about her sporting journey here

Hanifa Abdul Hameed's visualises Nikhat's fifteen year trajectory that saw her win several national and  international competitions, in her own unique style.

Justice Leila Seth, first woman to become Chief Justice of a state High Court by Ruchita Bait Gavhane

Inspiring Women

Justice Seth was appointed the Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh High Court, on 5 August 1991, making her the 1st woman chief justice in India. Read more about her here

Seen here is Ruchita Bait Gavhane's depiction of Justice Leila Seth's life and work in all its hue. 

India wins its first Cricket World Cup by Srishti Guptaroy

Batting for Victory

In 1983, the India cricket team defeated West Indies at the Lord's Cricket Ground in London, to win its first World Cup. Read more about Indian cricket team's journey to the top here

Srishti Gupta Roy, reimagines that historic day in June 1983 in her quirky style of art!

White Revolution by Bohra Sisters

Rivers of Milk

The White revolution, transformed India from a milk deficient nation into the world’s largest milk producer. Read more about the change-makers here!

Bohra Sisters, a sister duo have re-imagined the success of White Revolution in a digital collage.

Dakshin Gangotri: India's first scientific base at the South Pole by RuiningMagazines

A Vist to South Pole

Dakshin Gangotri, was India's first scientific base at the South Pole in 1983. Read more about the scientific base here!

Zahra Baldiwala of RuiningMagazines brings us her unique version of Dakshin Gangotri. 

Award of the Bharat Ratna to M. S. Subbulakshmi by Reya Ahmed

Queen of Songs

Often hailed as the 'Queen of Songs', M.S. Subbulakshmi, a leading exponent of classical and semi-classical songs in the Carnatic tradition of South India was conferred Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour. Read more here

Reya Ahmed has paid homage by illustrating M.S. Subbulakshmi's  illustrious career. 

India's first gold medal at Olympics by Ekta Singha

Dribbling for Olympic Gold

The Indian field hockey team won India her first ever Olympic gold medal at the 1948 Summer Olympics, on defeating the United Kingdom. Read more about the historic win here!

Ekta Singha, draws the historic win for India in her own style!  

Election of K.R. Narayanan, first Dalit President of India by Aditya Raj

First Dalit President of India

K.R. Narayanan was India's first President from the Dalit community. Read more about his journey here.  

Aditya Raj, has chronicled K.R. Narayanan's life in colour! 

Initiation of the Green Revolution by Aaryama Somyaji

Harvesting prosperity

Green Revolution began in India in 1960 and helped tackle the food scarcity and led to agricultural infrastructural efforts. Read more about the revolution here.

Aaryama Somyaji brings her unique twist to Green Revolution. 

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