Celebrating women and nudity

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Five female artists - Meenakshi Sharma, Antonia Duende, Sunaina Malhotra, Manju Karmakar and Anita Chauhan are displaying their work till April 4 at Art Junction, The Lalit. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Five female artists - Meenakshi Sharma, Antonia Duende, Sunaina Malhotra, Manju Karmakar and Anita Chauhan are displaying their work till April 4 at Art Junction, The Lalit.

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Sunayana Malhotra's painting. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sunayana Malhotra's painting.

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"I am hoping with the kind of exposure we are getting this kind of art will soon be acceptable", says Sunayana. View Photos in a new improved layout
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"I am hoping with the kind of exposure we are getting this kind of art will soon be acceptable", says Sunayana.

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Antonia Duende's painting. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Antonia Duende's painting.

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Manju Karmakar's piece of art. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Manju Karmakar's piece of art.

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Manju's work also speaks about women power. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Manju's work also speaks about women power.

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Manju Karmakar's art work. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Manju Karmakar's art work.

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Meenakshi says she has tried to paint different moods of a woman. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Meenakshi says she has tried to paint different moods of a woman.

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According to Meenakshi, an artist shouldn't draw any boundaries. View Photos in a new improved layout
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According to Meenakshi, an artist shouldn't draw any boundaries.

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Meenakshi says she likes to paint what she has done and it is nothing erotic for her. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Meenakshi says she likes to paint what she has done and it is nothing erotic for her.

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"In India, people are gradually accepting this form of art. Art should be seen as one's own way of presenting thoughts", says the artist. View Photos in a new improved layout
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"In India, people are gradually accepting this form of art. Art should be seen as one's own way of presenting thoughts", says the artist.

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About her art, Meenakshi says: "People might look at it as nudes but when I look at it, it's just a beautiful woman." View Photos in a new improved layout
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About her art, Meenakshi says: "People might look at it as nudes but when I look at it, it's just a beautiful woman."

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Meenakshi also used some of her experiences in her work. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Meenakshi also used some of her experiences in her work.

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Meenakshi Sharma depicts a woman in her own self. Here the mood of the woman is 'I am what I am'. View Photos in a new improved layout
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Meenakshi Sharma depicts a woman in her own self. Here the mood of the woman is 'I am what I am'.

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