Author: dishasahu08

Splatters of Ink and crayons from China…

Traversing the urban landscape of modern China wasan amalgamated experience… a culture so vibrant and lively but also mundane and standardized at the same time. The traditional iconic sillhouutes of the red sloping roofs wrapped around the modern buildings, hustling food markets with street food vendors…

Days in East Coast

My graduate student life has been keeping me busy enough for the last year to not have had updated my blog. These sketches are almost a year old and I drew them in Summer of 2017 while I was interning in Washington D.C. I had time…

Some hues of Germany on my Sketchpad

Yes, yes and yes, finally I have been able to cull out some time to post the splatters of ink, colors and memories from my Germany trip that I did in July 2016. And today happens to be 17 of December, that is approximately 4 and…

Chennai – The hustling-bustling hub of Southern India

I visited Chennai, almost a year back, in the peak of Summers of 2015. This blog has been long pending, mainly because of two reasons. First, as I try and steer myself through the gradual transition of getting ready for my graduate school, there are way many…

Maheshwar …Of its fort & textiles

  It 24 of March 2016, and as I am typing down this post; my mind and eyes are juggling through two activities. One, sourcing memories from the March 2015 when I was in Maheshwar, visiting the Ahilya fort, its Narmada ka kinara and meandering through its Bazaars which flaunted…

Channapatna – A day in Wooden toy Town of Karnataka

This has been a post , saved in my draftbox for almost 8 months now. But sipping the morning tea in my sunny Balcony in Gurgaon, I just decided that one fine day I should complete this blogpost (and it turns out to be today),  with…

Art, sea and city -COCHIN BIENNALE 2014

I travelled to Cochin during the Christmas eve of 2014. The focus of the trip was Fort Cochin. I was drenched in the spirit of Biennale, specifically because I missed the one that occurred in 2012 and this was so well heard of internationally. Biennale is a…