Prof. Mukherji Delves in Natraj’s Symbolism, Artistic Vision, and the Quest for a Decolonized Past

| Updated: 09 October, 2023 11:18 am IST

During an engaging lecture at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Professor Parul Duve Mukherji, in conversation with The New Indian, delved into the depths of Indian history. She discussed the timeliness and significance of decolonizing Indian art through the prism of mimesis in the Citrasutra. Prof. Mukherji also highlighted the invaluable contribution of A.K. Coomaraswamy in this endeavor. In her insightful talk, Prof. Mukherji further explored the intricacies of the Nataraja statue, hailing it as an epic masterpiece deserving its place in the Bharat Mandapam during the G20 event.

 

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