In music, few artists have achieved the remarkable synthesis of spiritual depth and artistic greatness within research, education, and innovation at the highest level, as Bhadra Rupa Das.
Mahaprabhu Das, Director of MOSA (the Museum of Sacred Art) https://villavrindavana.org/museum-of-sacred-art/ in Radhadesh, introduces a new limited summer exhibit on display for the next two months. Guests can view the two exhibits: "Illuminations from the Bhagavad Gita" and ten additional pieces from the more extensive MOSA exhibition "Narasimha and the Avatars," which includes a total of 400 works by 60 artists. In particular, the works of Anant Kumar Mishra are on display. Born in 1983 in Bihar, Anant received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Fine Arts from the College of Art in New Delhi. For details and a sneak peek, watch Mahaprabhu's offering below.
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On Saturday, May 6th, MOSA (The Museum of Spiritual Art), located at the Radhadesh Temple, inaugurated its latest exhibit for over 70 dignitaries and guests. The exhibition, entitled "Narasimha and the Avatars," includes various artistic offerings on the ten avatars of Krishna, with a specific emphasis on Lord Nrisimhadeva.
Bala Krsna Das, formerly known as Bongani Mazibuko, has been creating art since childhood. Unfortunately, his impoverished situation prevented him from studying art at university. He explains, "I could not afford to attend varsity, but I think I could have chosen art as part of my education if I had had that opportunity." However, his passion for art never faded, and he continued to create.
Springtime in New Vrindaban is like stepping into a colorfully painted landscape, and Mother’s Day weekend will unite its beauty with some of our movement’s most talented artists, musicians, writers, and creators in the second annual Vaishnava Arts Festival, May 12-14th, 2023.
Launch of the First-ever Vaishnava Arts Event at the Festival of Inspiration. If you are feeling stagnant, want to learn a new skill, or just want to have a great time, then this Mother’s Day New Vrindaban has something very special for you!
ISKCON devotee, monk, and artist Haridas Thakur Das displayed a collection of astounding artwork of painting of His Divine Grace, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada at one of India’s most prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery from 15 – 22 March 2022. The inauguration of the art exhibition was followed by a grand launch of the book “Illustrations and Illuminations” by Haridas Thakur Das. The inauguration took place in presence of many esteemed guests, dignitaries, and senior devotees including Narasimha Caitanya Das, Devakinandan Das, Braja Hari Das, KrsnaChandra Das, Yash Birla, Nisha Jamwal, Saurabh Pandey, and many more. The inauguration was followed by a live video talk by Radhanath Swami.