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Dr Lal Ratnakar Ph.D work on Folk Art Of Eastern Uttar Pradesh

Dr Lal Ratnakar , born on August 12 ,1957 in a remote village of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, has arrived on the art stage after much struggl...


Dr Lal Ratnakar , born on August 12 ,1957 in a remote village of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, has arrived on the art stage after much struggle. There was tremendous resistance from his family during his early days; since the elders of his family were physicians, and they wanted him to continue the family traditions.

Dr. Ratnakar completed his Ph.D work on Folk Art Of Eastern Uttar Pradesh under the able guidance of Prof. Anand Krishna from B.H.U. Varanasi. Since then he had worked on to bring out the beauty and pain of Indian women folk, belonging to the different parts of the country, onto the canvas, through some revolutionary colour schemes and realistic compositions. One can notice a hue of earthy tones all over his canvas. One can also observe that  in his paintings, he had given more preference to women and their struggle with life. He is of the opinion that the expressive power of women  is much greater than that of men and specifically among village women, it is distinctly noticeable.

Most of his works are melancholic, representing the general mood of rural women burdened by strictures imposed on them by the  predominantly male chauvinistic society. As mentioned earlier his compositions are realistic with strong emotional undercurrents. One can liken his images to that of the characters in the stories of Munshi Premchand, who also chose the province of Poorvanchal as the centre stage of his creations (short stories and novels). On observing his paintings one can feel the emotions of the subjects portrayed in his works. Emotions as varied as anger, lust, insecurities, shame, sadness, love, hate, etc. Some of his works are so comprehensive that he had assigned different emotions to each of his subjects within a single frame. In one of his paintings he had filled silent moans of a bride, who is about to leave her parental home to a distant place where her in-laws reside, never to come back for good, not sure of what lies in store for her  in days to come.  The  bride  is going through a feeling of excitement as well as fear, It seems Ratnakar, like a spirit, has entered into the subject and read the feelings, himself.

Apart from sighs and cries of individual subjects Dr. Ratnakar had also dealt with the politics of the area under his study. He had given form to some political elements like cast supremacy and exploitation of the weak. At certain points he had criticised the clergy and at some places he had applauded the good works of the torch bearers of Indian culture. His language though looks simple, has many layers to it, one can appreciate it only by observing his work.


Dr. Ratnakar has also given his due to the society in general, and to the artist community in particular.   He had been associated with Kaladham, a centre of art that came up at Kavi Nagar Ghaziabad. This is one of the best things to have happened in this part of NCR. Kaladham has an art gallery and an open-air theatre in a big compound, this is perfect space for art connoisseurs as they get opportunities to see the work of various artist as many exhibitions and workshops are organized here quite frequently. Dr. Ratnakar had painstakingly pursued the dream, was instrumental in arranging the funds and convincing the political leadership of  Uttar Pradesh about the need of Kaladham. It was his stature as an artist that ultimately, led the leadership to consider his worthy proposal.

In the meanwhile Dr. Ratnakar had held solo shows and exhibitions all over the country, and that too in reputed art galleries. Some of his work had also been exhibited abroad, like the one in Dubai from where he received a lot of accolades. Many great poets and novelists had utilized Ratnakar’s paintings and sketches to add to the visual content of their work. They have used his paintings to illustrate the cover of their publications, his sketches to aid in visualizing the background of the plot. Since Ratnakar’s paintings and sketches render the essence of rural life, its culture and ethos, he has become a house hold name among literary circle and their target readers.

With artists abounding in numbers, standing out among the crowd is a major challenge. Some of them get the right break by virtue of their talent and sheer originality. Dr. Lal Ratnakar undoubtedly belongs to this category. Dr. Ratnakar is an experimenter in his field. He had evolved his own bold style of expression which stands out among the crowd. His works hold a place of prominence in the  artistic world. Ratnakar vividly portrays people and their everyday affliction in wonderful colour combinations.  Art lovers , Critics and Art Collectors have appreciated his work and it had found place in their hearts and homes. He had come a long way and he is bound to go much further. He is presently working as Associate Professor & Head in Department of Drawing & Painting MMH College Ghaziabad (CCS university Meerut)

Ratnakar is presently conducting a solo exhibition titled “ Vibes of Womenfolk” at Lalit Kala Akademi. This is an exhibition of his selected works and as the title suggests one can actually feel the vibes that emanates from each of his paintings. It is this vibes, created from his brush that is crucial in stirring the sensibilities of the viewer.

, born on August 12 ,1957 in a remote village of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, has arrived on the art stage after much struggle. There was tremendous resistance from his family during his early days; since the elders of his family were physicians, and they wanted him to continue the family traditions.


Dr. Ratnakar completed his Ph.D work on Folk Art Of Eastern Uttar Pradesh under the able guidance of Prof. Anand Krishna from B.H.U. Varanasi. Since then he had worked on to bring out the beauty and pain of Indian women folk, belonging to the different parts of the country, onto the canvas, through some revolutionary colour schemes and realistic compositions. One can notice a hue of earthy tones all over his canvas. One can also observe that  in his paintings, he had given more preference to women and their struggle with life. He is of the opinion that the expressive power of women  is much greater than that of men and specifically among village women, it is distinctly noticeable.

Most of his works are melancholic, representing the general mood of rural women burdened by strictures imposed on them by the  predominantly male chauvinistic society. As mentioned earlier his compositions are realistic with strong emotional undercurrents. One can liken his images to that of the characters in the stories of Munshi Premchand, who also chose the province of Poorvanchal as the centre stage of his creations (short stories and novels). On observing his paintings one can feel the emotions of the subjects portrayed in his works. Emotions as varied as anger, lust, insecurities, shame, sadness, love, hate, etc. Some of his works are so comprehensive that he had assigned different emotions to each of his subjects within a single frame. In one of his paintings he had filled silent moans of a bride, who is about to leave her parental home to a distant place where her in-laws reside, never to come back for good, not sure of what lies in store for her  in days to come.  The  bride  is going through a feeling of excitement as well as fear, It seems Ratnakar, like a spirit, has entered into the subject and read the feelings, himself.

Apart from sighs and cries of individual subjects Dr. Ratnakar had also dealt with the politics of the area under his study. He had given form to some political elements like cast supremacy and exploitation of the weak. At certain points he had criticised the clergy and at some places he had applauded the good works of the torch bearers of Indian culture. His language though looks simple, has many layers to it, one can appreciate it only by observing his work.

Dr. Ratnakar has also given his due to the society in general, and to the artist community in particular.   He had been associated with Kaladham, a centre of art that came up at Kavi Nagar Ghaziabad. This is one of the best things to have happened in this part of NCR. Kaladham has an art gallery and an open-air theatre in a big compound, this is perfect space for art connoisseurs as they get opportunities to see the work of various artist as many exhibitions and workshops are organized here quite frequently. Dr. Ratnakar had painstakingly pursued the dream, was instrumental in arranging the funds and convincing the political leadership of  Uttar Pradesh about the need of Kaladham. It was his stature as an artist that ultimately, led the leadership to consider his worthy proposal.

In the meanwhile Dr. Ratnakar had held solo shows and exhibitions all over the country, and that too in reputed art galleries. Some of his work had also been exhibited abroad, like the one in Dubai from where he received a lot of accolades. Many great poets and novelists had utilized Ratnakar’s paintings and sketches to add to the visual content of their work. They have used his paintings to illustrate the cover of their publications, his sketches to aid in visualizing the background of the plot. Since Ratnakar’s paintings and sketches render the essence of rural life, its culture and ethos, he has become a house hold name among literary circle and their target readers.

With artists abounding in numbers, standing out among the crowd is a major challenge. Some of them get the right break by virtue of their talent and sheer originality. Dr. Lal Ratnakar undoubtedly belongs to this category. Dr. Ratnakar is an experimenter in his field. He had evolved his own bold style of expression which stands out among the crowd. His works hold a place of prominence in the  artistic world. Ratnakar vividly portrays people and their everyday affliction in wonderful colour combinations.  Art lovers , Critics and Art Collectors have appreciated his work and it had found place in their hearts and homes. He had come a long way and he is bound to go much further. He is presently working as Associate Professor & Head in Department of Drawing & Painting MMH College Ghaziabad (CCS university Meerut)

Ratnakar is presently conducting a solo exhibition titled “ Vibes of Womenfolk” at Lalit Kala Akademi. This is an exhibition of his selected works and as the title suggests one can actually feel the vibes that emanates from each of his paintings. It is this vibes, created from his brush that is crucial in stirring the sensibilities of the viewer.



Exhibitions

Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai - 2008

Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata – 2008

Press Club Of India New Delhi-2007

CCMB, Art Gallery,CCMB,Hyderabad-2007

State Gallery of Fine Arts, Hyderabad-2007

Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai - 2003

Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata - 2001

Design Art Gallery, Dubai - 2000

Lalit Kala Akademi, new Delhi- 1999

All India fine art & Craft Society, New Delhi - 1999

Art Today, New Delhi - 1999

North East Zone Cultural Centre Allahabad - 1998

Huda Gymkhana Club, Gurgaon - 1998

Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan,

New Delhi 2000,1998 and 1996.

National Museum Chandigarh - 1978

Shyam Hari Sinhania Art Gallery, Kanpur 1977.

Participation, Group­ Exhibition

Green Wood Art Gallery, new Delhi-2006

Lalit Kala Akademi, new Delhi-2006

All India Art Exhibition Akedemy Of Fine Art Amritsar,2005

Art For Vision,LKA,New Delhi – 2004.

Inter-State Exhibition Kolkata State Lalit Kala Akademi, UP 2005

State Lalit Kala Akademi, UP 2005

Regional Art Exhibition Ghaziabad 2005

State Lalit Kala Akademi, UP 2004

Regional Art Exhibition Ghaziabad 2004

All India art Exhibition State Lalit Kala Akademi, UP 2004

Inter-State Exhibition Ahmedabad SLKA, UP 2004

Regional Art Exhibition Noida 2003

Regional Art Exhibition Meerut 2002

Regional Art Exhibition Noida 2001

43rd National Exhibition of Art organised by Lalit Kala Akademi

New Delhi- 2001

National Art Fair, Bombay 1991-92.



Participated In Workshop And Camps.



Rai University New Delhi 2009

All India Artist Camp Org.By WISDOME New Delhi-2005

Senior Artist Camp, All India Fine Arts And Crafts Society New Delhi.2005.

All India Kala Utsav Ghaziabad- 2005.

Amrit Kalakumbh All India Artist Camp Amritsar Punjab, Organized by All India Fine Arts And Crafts Society New Delhi.2004.

Bangalore International Art Festival And Painting camp Bangalore, Organized by Mantram Art Foundation.2004

All India Fine Arts And Crafts Society New Delhi.2001.

All India Artist Camp Shimla-2000.

All India Artist Camp Agra (Institute Of Fine Arts Agra) 2000.

All India Artist Camp Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.1993.

All India Artist Camp Kanpur 1990,(organized by LKA New Delhi & SHILPI Kanpur)



Exhibitions Organized



All India Art Fest Ghaziabad-2006.

All India Art Fest Ghaziabad-2005.

Regional Art Exhibition,Ghaziabad,SLKA,UP-2004.

Regional Art Exhibition,Ghaziabad,SLKA,UP-2005.

Srijak, artist group Ghaziabad ,1999.



Camp Organized



All India artist camp Ghaziabad -2007

All India artist camp Ghaziabad -2006

All India artist camp Ghaziabad -2005

State level camp Ghaziabad – 2004



Seminar Organized

Samkalin kala mein youth,(All India Art Fest Ghaziabad-2006)

Devolopment of Art in Rural area,(All India Art Fest Ghaziabad-2005)



Interview in Media



TV-DD New Delhi, Jan Sandesh

Radio-AIR-FM

On Line Magzin-www.ravivar.com



Publication

Nehru a critical study

Singhavalokan

Catalogue 2005

Catalogue 2004



Collections

CCMB, Hyderabad, AP

Hotel Inter Continental New Delhi.

Indian Tourism Development Corporation Ltd., New Delhi

Nestle India Limited, France Embassy

Duncan’s Industries Limited, Calcutta. HUDA, Gurgaon

U.P.S.I.D.C. Kanpur. Ramprasth Bild. New Delhi

GDA Ghaziabad

Nagar Nigam Ghaziabad, Nagar Nigam Agra,

Various private collections in India & Abroad.

Awards

Uttar Pradesh State Lalit Kala Akademi award , 2004-05

Akedemy Of Fine Arts Amritsar -2005



Donation

Shankar’s Netralaya Chennai.



Editor Art

HANS- Monthly Magazine

(September 2007 to May 2008)



Illustration

BBC Online Hindi Patrika

Naya Gyanodaya,Hans, Kathadesh, Pakhi and several other magazines



Member

As artist LKA New Delhi

SSP-CCS University Meerut

PCI-New Delhi



Paintings On Book Cover

GODAN - Premchand, Pub. Rajkamal Prakashan Pvt Ltd, New Delhi. 2001.

GABAN - Premchand, Pub .Rajkamal Prakashan Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.2001.

SALAGIRAH KI PUKAR-Mahashveta Devi, Pub. Radhakrishna Prakashan Pvt.Ltd.,

New Delhi.1998.

RATI NATH KI CHACHI-Nagarjun. Pub. Rajkamal Prakashan Pvt.Ltd. New Delhi.1998.

LABOUR ROOM – Ansuya Tyagi Pub. Radhakrishna Prakashan Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi.1999.

JIJIJI- Pandey Bechain Sharma Ugra. Radhakrishna Prakashan Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi.1999.

KAVITA FOOTBALL MACHHALI AUR MARUTI – Dr. Ramashankar Dwivedi Pub. Ramkrishna Prakashan, Vidisha M. P., 2001

UNKAHA HI RAH GAYA – Om Prakash Chaturvedi, Pub. Akhil Bharti, Delhi 110006, 2001

JHULA NAT – Maetrey Pushpa, Rajkamal Prakashan Pvt.Ltd. New Delhi.1999

VARTMAN SAHITYA – Sahitya Magagin,Sahitya Acedemy,New Deihi, March April 2000

AGNIPATH KE SHILALEKH – Hariom Panwar ,Surbhit Prakashan

Meerut ,2001

EGYARAH CHARCHIT NATAK – Radhacharan Vidhyarthi, Arise Prakashan Delhi, 2001

SUKH KA SURAJ APNE BHITAR – Nirmala-Rambodh ,Nikhil Prakashan , Ghaziabad

TUKDE HUE ANTERMAN – Raghuvir Sahni, Jan Sainik Prakashan, Bulandshahar, 1993

KEELEN – Kalicharan Premi, Arise Prakashan, Delhi , 2001

JALTA RAHA CHIRAG – Govind Gulshan , Chitransh Prakashan

Ghaziabad, 2001.

SAMKALIN BHARTIYA SAHITYA -, Sahitya Akademy New Delhi ,

May – June 1998.

BEWAFA- Ratan Prakash, Divya Hans Prakashan Hapur U.P.2001.

RET KA TILA- Ramnarayan Mishra,Yuva Sahitya Mandal , Ghaziabad.1997.

BHITAR KA AADAMI-Kusumanjali Sharma, Ram Krishna Prakashan Vidisha M.P. 2000.

SHUDRA RAJANITI KA BHAVISHYA – Ishvari Prasad,Gramin Sahitya Mala Delhi 1999.

BOOK ILLUSTRATION

AATH SURON KI BANSURI– Kunvar Bechain,Prageet Prakashan Ghaziabad.1997

AANGAN KI ALAGANI - Kunvar Bechain,Prageet Prakashan Ghaziabad.1997.



Paintings On Cover Of Magazine

Amba Nahi Main Bhishma-Chitra chaturvedi ‘Kartika’,

BHARTIYA GYANPEETH-New Delhi-2006

HANS-Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi,Septembar 1996.

HANS- Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi, May 1998.

HANS- Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi, July 1999.

MOOL PRASHNA- Ved Dan Sudhi/Subodh Gupta,UdayPur, Rajasthan.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur,December 1999.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur,May 2000.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur,Februvari 2000.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,Ghaziabad,U.P.January 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,Febuary 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,March, 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,April 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,May 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,June 2001.

SAHITYA AMRIT-Laxmimalla Singhavi, Sahitya Amrit New Delhi, Septambar 2005.



Sketches In Magzine

UDBHAVANA June1996,New Delhi

UDBHAVANA

Kahani Maha Visheshank 1997,New Delhi,

AKSHAR PARVA

DESHABANDHU Rachana varshikee ,2000. Raipur ch.g.

AKSHAR PARVA

DESHABANDHU Rachana varshikee ,2001. Raipur ch.g.

DESHABANDHU

DESHABANDHU Rachana varshikee ,2002. Raipur ch.g.

HANS-JOctober,1996, Dariaganj,New Delhi.

HANS-December,1996, Dariaganj,New Delhi

HANS-February,1997, Dariaganj,New Delhi.

UDBHAVANA1997,New Delhi

HANS-June,1997, Dariaganj,New Delhi.

HANS-November1997, Dariaganj,New Delhi.

SUBRANG,Janasatta.january,1997.Mumbay.

DESHAKAL – March 1998, New Delhi.

SAMAJ KALYAN – Novmber,2005,New Delhi.



Paintings On Cover Of Magazine

HANS-Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi,Septembar 1996.

HANS- Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi, May 1998.

HANS- Rajendra Yadav,Aksar Prakashan, New Delhi, July 1999.

MOOL PRASHNA- Ved Dan Sudhi/Subodh Gupta,UdayPur, Rajasthan.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur,December 1999.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur,May 2000.

AKSHAR PARVA- AalokPrakash Putul,Desh Bandhu Prakashan Vibhag Raipur, February-2000.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,Ghaziabad,U.P.January 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,Febuary 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,March, 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,April 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,May 2001.

VARTAMAN SAHITYA-Sera Yatri & Others,GhaziabadU.P.,June 2001.

SAHITYA AMRIT-Laxmimalla Singhavi, Sahitya Amrit New Delhi, September-2005.



Book Cover & Illustration

GANDHI AISE NA THE – Vishnu Nagar, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

BULAKI BABA – Suresha Salil, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

MAINE HIMMAT NAHI HARI- Masoom, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

KHOJA NASARUDDI BHARAT MEN-Rizawan jahir usman, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

IDAGAH – Munshi Premchand, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

DALUDAS KE HATH KYON KATE-Sanjay jha, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

TIN BETION KI MA-Subha, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

SANGHARSH KATHA – Sahiram, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

CHINTA KI CHAR BAHANE- Sarita Singh, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

BAHANO KE GEET- Narendra Kumar,Virendra Kumar, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

AKAL BADI YA BHAINS- Shivakant Dubey,Jaipal Sony, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

TEEN BETION KI MA- Shubha, , Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti, New Delhi 1997.

News Paper

Artistic Portrayals of Rural Women

The New INDIAN EXPRESS Hyderabad,November 29,2007

Chakit Karate Hai Aam Logon Ke Pyare Chitra.

SWATANTRA VARTA,Hyderabad,November 27,2007.

Culture,Painting Exhibition at Chugtai Gallery From today

DECCAN TODAY,Hyderabad,Octuber12,2007

Earth colour his palate

THE PIONEER , New Delhi ,22 June 2001

Earthen hues

THE ECONOMIC TIMES , Kolkata , 16 September 2001

Reflection from rural life

NATIONAL HERALD, NEW DELHI ,16 October 1999

Ratnakars dedication to rural life of India

NATIONAL HERALD, NEW DELHI ,28 December 1999

Providing platform to talented artists

THE HINDUSTAN TIMES, LUCKNOW, 19 December 1998

Indian faces on a canvas

THE HINDUSTAN TIMES New Delhi, 8 May 1998

Guftagu

THE HINDUSTAN TIMES New Delhi, 20 June 1998

The Indian rural life

FRIST CITY,18-24 December New Delhi 1999

The Indian rural life

FRIST CITY,1-6 October New Delhi 1999

A firm believer on in women power

THE HINDUSTAN TIMES New Delhi 23 January 2004

Of mud huts & peepal trees

MEANTIME New Delhi 1Februry 2000

Warm pastorals

MEANTIME New Delhi 31 August 1998

Kunchi me basa gaon

GEETANJALI SAROVAR July 2003

Figurative art on canvas

THE SUNDAY TIMES 16 September 2001

Premchand ki rachnaon se disha mili

AMAR UJALA Varanashi 23 May 2003

Gaon ki jhalak dikhati ratnakar ki kunchi

DAINIK JAGARAN New Delhi 10 October 1999

Mati ke rang me ganwai bharat

AAJ 17 October 1999

Tulika se ukerate hai gaon ka jivan

AMAR UJALA Varanashi 7 May 2004

Chitron me gramin stri ki jindagi ke rang

RASTRIYA SAHARA New Delhi 11 November 1999

Gaon ki mahak ko canvas par saheja ratnakar ne

AMAR UJALA Chandigarh 10 December 2002

Gramin samaj ka aaina

PIONEER 31 October – 6 November 1999

Gramin parivesh se jude chitrakar Dr. Lal Ratnakar

JVG TIMES New Delhi 27 Septamber 1996

Dr. Lal Ratnakar ki kalakritiyan

UDBHAWANA Jan – June 1996

Jivan ko talashati ratnakar ki tasveeren

HINDUSTAN New Delhi 3 May 1998

Canvas par gain ki baat karta ek chitrakar

KUBER TIMES

Rango ki Anuthi bhasa

NUTAN SAVERA 22-29 September 1996

Jivan ke vibhinn rupon ko canvas me utarane ka prayas

JVG TIMES New Delhi 14 September 1996

Adhunik hone ke liye puritan ko samajhana jaroori hai

DAINIK BHASKAR Chandigarh 29 November 2000

Ek basi paniharin jo hardam tatka lagti hai

HINDUSTAN New Delhi 22 March 2001

Sankat ke daur se gujar rahi hai chitrakala:Ratnakar

DAINIK JAGRAN New Delhi 23 September 2001

Studio & Residence:

R-24, Raj Kunj Raj Nagar

Ghaziabad-201002, U.P. India

Phone: 0120-2828780

Mobile: 9810566808

E-mail

artistratnakar@gmail.com

ratnakar.l@rediffmail.com

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Voice of the Jaunpur: Dr Lal Ratnakar Ph.D work on Folk Art Of Eastern Uttar Pradesh
Dr Lal Ratnakar Ph.D work on Folk Art Of Eastern Uttar Pradesh
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