Mental consciousness or self-observation is the dominant factor in the painting.

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A live demonstration-based guest lecture session on painting was organized at Mangalayatan University. The primary objective of conducting the lecture at Shipra Block was to acquaint the participating students with the principles of painting and its various technical aspects and how to apply those principles on canvas on a practical basis.
Eminent artist and educationist Dr. Shivendra Singh was invited to conduct a lecture-demonstration session on the topic “Psyche Consciousness and Expression: In the Context of Painting”. Assistant Professor Ajay Singh Rathore welcomed the guest. Pro. Singh explained various aspects of painting with live demonstrations and examples. He advised the students that there is a need to focus on their subject matter. Mental consciousness or self-observation is the dominant factor in a painting. He also emphasized that the objective of this session is to orient towards an in-depth view of the features and details of the subject. The focus should be on appreciating the beauty of expression through painting. Head of Department Dr. Poonam Rani honored the chief guest by giving him organ clothes and mementos. The Head of the Department said that this type of workshop is very useful for the students. It develops self-confidence and creativity. Pt. Debasish Chakraborty, Vilas Palkhe, Dr. Ramkrishna Ghosh, Dr. Premlata, Uday Kumar were present on this occasion. The session ended with a question-answer session between the guest and the students.

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