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Bachelor of Architecture
Faculty of Architecture, Lucknow, India
1999 - 2004 

Master of Industrial Design
National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India
2004 - 2006 

Step into the enchanting world of Pragati, where storytelling takes center stage in every brushstroke. Born and raised in India, Pragati's artistic journey is deeply rooted in her fascination with the rich tapestry of stories woven into her cultural heritage.

From a young age, Pragati was captivated by the tales of mythology and folklore that surrounded her. Drawing inspiration from the depths of these ancient narratives, she embarked on a quest to uncover rare and intriguing stories that lay hidden within the folds of time.

With a keen eye for the obscure and the extraordinary, Pragati delved deep into the annals of history, unearthing forgotten legends and untold myths. Each story she discovered served as a spark of inspiration, igniting her imagination and fueling her passion for storytelling through art.

Armed with these newfound treasures, Pragati set out to breathe new life into these ancient tales through her unique artistic style. Combining elements of maximalism and miniaturism, she weaves intricate details and vibrant colors into each painting, transforming the canvas into a canvas of visual storytelling.

In Pragati's world, every painting is a portal to a realm of imagination and wonder, where viewers are invited to lose themselves in the magic of storytelling. From epic battles to timeless love stories, each artwork is a testament to Pragati's unwavering dedication to preserving and celebrating the power of storytelling through art.

Join Pragati on her journey as she invites you to explore the hidden depths of mythology and folklore, one painting at a time. Let her stories transport you to distant lands and ancient realms, where imagination knows no bounds and the possibilities are endless.

"My studio is always open for the curious souls to come and enjoy my positive & spiritual ways"

I teach more than 35 forms of Indian Folk Arts in my home studio.

A host of DIY art projects, as well as online workshops, are available on www.pragatiartschool.com

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