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Madhubani paintings mostly depict the men & its association with nature and the scenes & deity from the ancient epics. Natural objects like the sun, the moon, and religious plants like tulsi are also widely painted, along with scenes from the royal court and social events like weddings. Generally no space is left empty; the gaps are filled by paintings of flowers, animals, birds, and even geometric designs. Objects depicted in the walls of kohabar ghar (where newly wed couple see each other in the first night) are symbols of sexual pleasure and procreation. This painting is, in fact, simplistic manifestation of the philosophical heights achieved by Indian civilization for the universal power of love, longing and peace .

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The Agarwals family that owned Haldiram’s were always conscious of the need to satisfy customers in order to grow their business. The company offered a wide variety of traditional Indian sweets and snacks at competitive prices that appealed to people belonging to different age groups. Haldiram’s had many ‘firsts’ to its credit. It was the first company in India to brand ‘namkeens’. The group also pioneered new ways of packaging namkeens. Its packaging techniques increased the shelf life of namkeens from less than a week to more than six months. It was also one of the first companies in India to open a restaurant in New Delhi offering traditional Indian snack food items such as “panipuri,” “chatpapri,” and so on, which catered to the needs of hygiene conscious non-resident Indians and other foreign customers.

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Madhubani painting received official recognition in 1970, when the President of India gave an award to Mrs Jagdamba Devi, of Jitbarpur village near Madhubani. Beside her, other painters, Mrs Sita Devi, Mrs Mahasundari Devi, Mrs Godavari Dutt, Mrs Bharti Dayal and Bua Devi were also given National Awards in this art field by the President of India. Smt Bharti Dayal won an Award from All India Fine Arts and Crafts for fifty years of art in independent india and the state Award for kalamkari in Mithila Painting and her painting ."Eternal Music " baggaed the top award in Millennium Art Competition from AIFAC for the year 2001 . Smt Bharti Dayal is also Honoured with The Vishist Bihari Samman amid festivities to commemorate 100 year of Bihar . Smt Mahasundari Devi was again awarded, this time Padma Shri by the government of India in 2011.What is Unique in Bharti's work is the fact that she centers her art to Heritage style and yet manage to create an entirely modern and contemporary work from it ! Her work is Experimental & Authentic .Her paintings will be exibit at the World Conference of Religions at the Museum of Sacred Arts in Brussels in 2014 .

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I am primarily involved in preparing digital strategies and executing the digital plans; mainly comprising of Interactive CD-ROMs, apps and ebooks in Education; exploring new products and formats, and researching new technologies; commissioning Suppliers as per the project requirements etc.
I also work on international titles for IGCSE and AS/A Levels curriculum.
The key tasks, for both the profile, include understanding of new projects, preparing documentation and work instruction, and knowledge transfer to team members.

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