As within so without

first_imgHe seems desperate to search the reflection of self, in the blue water below. The artist Madan Lal leaves it to the viewers to follow the quest and find the answer to the reflection that eludes like a mirage.The artist used symbols of organic elements like floral patterns, egrets, lotus, germination of seeds, among other, to find their place along with the fast pace of technology symbolized by the steering wheel, globe, kettle, glasses, watches. Each canvas is like a book which in the initial glance attracts with a visual appeal, but when looked at more closely requires an attentive mind, to understand many interwoven aspects and elements, that could range from mundane life to a spiritual seeking. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’One of his paintings titled Face within – 3, depicts the human face, time and again, stands out from the crowd comprising of everyday elements symbolized by the kettle, glasses, germinating plants, geometric patterns are seen.Lal’s works do not have any melancholic effect and are rather visually very appealing. Moreover, his works are a kaleidoscope of life experiences that always find their space in some nook or corner of his composition. When asked about the inspiration behind the works the artist quotes famous writer Khalil Gibran ‘Whenever I come to the fountain to drink, I find the living water itself thirsty.’When: Till 10 NovemberWhere: Shridharni Art Gallerylast_img read more

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Canada Jetlines adds Puerto Plata Samana SDQ to the list

first_imgTags: Canada Jetlines, New Routes Tuesday, January 29, 2019 VANCOUVER — Canada Jetlines has added the D.R. to its wish list, signing agreements for future service to Puerto Plata, Samana and Santo Domingo.The would-be ultra low-cost carrier says it has reached an agreement with Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom) to provide future service to Puerto Plata’s Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP) and the Samaná El Catey International Airport (AZS), or Santo Domingo Airport (SDQ). Aerodom manages and operates several airports in the D.R., servicing an average of over five million passengers travelling to 58 cities around the world annually.“We are very excited to announce future service to these destinations. Adding these Caribbean airports to our network will enable Canadian’s to travel affordably during the cold winter season,” says Jetlines CEO, Javier Suarez. “Our very low fares will allow our customers to visit these destinations at a very low cost. Dominican Republic is one of the fastest-growing and most-visited tourist destinations in the Caribbean and the diverse geography, rich culture, and warm hospitality make it an attractive vacation spot for many Canadians.”He adds that the airline’s ability to service these routes is subject to the completion of the airline licensing process and the receipt of applicable regulatory approvals. The exact arrival and departure airports for routes to the Dominican Republic will be determined once regulatory approvals are received.Canada Jetlines has been working for years to get off the ground. At last check the airline was aiming to launch this summer. Earlier this month the ULCC also said it intends to provide future service to several destinations in Mexico including Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and Cancun. Share Travelweek Group center_img Posted by Canada Jetlines adds Puerto Plata, Samana, SDQ to the list << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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