Ayodhya: Under the joint aegis of Saket Mahavidyalaya and Raza Foundation, New Delhi, ‘Raza Rang Wangmay’, an exhibition of the paintings of eminent painter Syed Haider Raza, was organized in the Acharya Narendra Dev Art Gallery located in the Department of Painting, Department of Painting, Saket, Postgraduate College, Ayodhya.
The poetry seminar was organized on the first day after the inauguration of the exhibition. In it, the city’s senior poet Swapnil Srivastava, young critic, poet Vishal Srivastava, Kanchan Jaiswal recited their famous poems.
Dr. Kumud Singh presented her work related to women’s discourse titled ‘Women are brave’. Dr. Bushra Khatoon of Urdu Department recited her poem ‘Shokh Rang Se Mukalima’ written on Syed Haider Raza.
Dr. Khatoon said that to understand the paintings and compositions of Syed Haider Raza, one needs an attitude which is not available to everyone.
Earlier, the photo exhibition was inaugurated by the Principal Prof. Abhay Kumar Singh by lighting the lamp in front of the statue of Maa Saraswati. Regarding the paintings of Syed Haider Raza, the storyteller Neelam Shankar, who came from Allahabad, said that the geometric shapes and colors used by Raza Saheb in his paintings have very deep meanings.
They explain with great vividness all the beliefs related to the Indian spiritual tradition and the creation of the universe. Ms. Sushila Puri threw light on Raza Sahab’s art journey in its entirety. In his remarks, Principal Prof. Abhay Kumar Singh said that painting and poetry are essential parts of any culture and they strengthen and strengthen civilizations. The Principal, while thanking all the guest poets, honored them with flowers.
On this occasion the Chief Controller of the college Dr. Anil Singh, Dr. Poonam Joshi, Dr. Paresh Pandey, Dr. Ambrish Srivastava, Dr. Chhaya Singh, Dr. Sandeep Verma, Dr. Alok Singh, Dr. Dinesh, Dr. Santosh Saroj and a large number of students were present. Dr. Kumud Singh and Ms. Sushila Puri conducted the stage. In the end, Dr. Akhilesh of Sanskrit Department proposed vote of thanks.