‘YAJNASENI’ is an art exhibition on the occasion of International Women’s Day with art works from three different genres of Eminent Female Artists – senior, young and budding at 4pm on Friday, March 5th, 2021 at RKG Art and Culture Center, 7-B, Basement, Dr. CV Raman Road, near Gurudwara, New Friends Colony, New Delhi.
The exhibition will be on from 11am to 7pm from March 6th to 12th, 2021.
‘YAJNASENI’ in its literal sense means “Born Out of Fire” and implies the various hurdles a woman has combated in her journey as she has evolved through the eras of time. The show had been conceptualized so as to allow the audiences to view Draupadi as an individual in a parallel world where she is liberated whilst keeping her original image from the Mahabharata intact.
Curator Akansha Wadhwani, Assistant Professor at World University of Design said, “It’s high time we shift the paradigm towards creation of equal opportunities for women. On this occasion my sincere notes of appreciation also go out to the Men who help women come out of their traditional avatars into a more empowered, opinionated and constructive individual who can carve out paths to an egalitarian ecosystem.”
‘YAJNASENI’ will be featuring the Senior Artists such as Aishwarya Sultania, Bharti Prajapati, Bhavani GS, Dimple B Shah, Gayatri Apte, Gayatri Mathur, Gouri Vemula, Hemavathy Guha, Neerja Chandna Peters, Ruchi Chadha, Sangeeta Gupta, Shuchi Khanna, Sushma Yadav and Stephanie Arpels. Amongst the younger artists are Asma Bi, Aastha Mishra, Avni Bansal, Jyoti Bansal, Samridhi Khandelwal, Shweta Sharma, Sneha Lakhotia, Tanvi Jain and Tisha Mavi to name a few.