24 September 2019 - 25 Elul 5779 - כ"ה אלול ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Talented artist exhibits for International Women’s Day in India E-mail

In celebration of International Women’s Day, a special art exhibition titled From my Quill to the Canvas: A Tribute to Femininity, showcasing works by talented Jewish artist and author Ludmilla Chakrabaty, was held in March at the Sheraton Hotel in New Delhi.

Israel’s Ambassador in India, Ron Malka, was the guest of honour at the launch of the exhibition on 7 March. Many diplomats and art enthusiasts attended the event.

Ludmilla Chakrabarty was born in Russia. While there, she taught English at the University of Tver and wrote a regular column in the Sestra newspaper. Since marrying an Indian orthopedic surgeon, she has lived in India, where she combines two professions: a lecturer of English and an artist and book illustrator.

Chakrabarty’s first book of stories, The Winged Tree and Other Fairy Tales, takes readers to an unusual world where trees dance to the tune of musical notes, an alchemist prepares a unique elixir and little kids take care of their naughty, troublesome, grown-up parents!

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