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In the year 1995 she held her first solo show at Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Kolkata, which was inaugurated by none other than Mother Teresa. The entire sale proceeds of this show were donated to CRY. She has held 33 solo shows all over India including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Chandigarh and overseas in London, Berlin, Munich, Lahore Belfast (Northern Ireland) and Thessaloniki(Greece).

In August, 2013, her 26th solo exhibition dedicated to Uttarakhand, was inaugurated by the former President of India Dr A P J Abdul Kalam. The fund of Rs. 20 lakh raised through the sale proceeds of her paintings has been used for creating a Fine Art Education Grant for the students of Uttarakhand

She is promoting Art and Culture through Prithvi Fine Art & Culture Centre, a charitable society of Delhi. As part of a cultural exchange programme of Prithvi, was instrumental in organizing an exhibition of 18 Greek artists at Lalit Kala Academy, Delhi (2014) and in 2015 a group of seven artists of India were represented in an exhibition at EMS Museum Gallery Thessaloniki (Greece) as part of Cultural Exchange project.

She is also promoting a project for Revival of Basholi Paintings, a heritage of Jammu, a project of Prithvi Fine Art & Cultural Centre. All profits from sale of her photographsprinted on Canvas is being utilized for helping students of Basholi art.

She has participated in more than 200 group shows in India and abroad, in national exhibitions of Lalit Kala Akademi, AIFACS and Sahitya Kala Parishadand in several art camps.

Her paintings are in the permanent collection of the Bharat Bhavan Museum, Bhopal, Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) Belgium and Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki
(Greece). Her works have been represented at the India Art Fair, New Delhi in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. As part of Indian Delegation she had a solo exhibition of paintings at Shenzhen, China 11th International Cultural and Industrial fair 2015. She has participated in 3rd Jerusalem Biennale, Jerusalem 2017.

Apart from winning all India awards for drawing and painting her works occupy space on the walls of the country’s most prestigious residences and offices including those of the President and Prime Minister as well as Governors of Karnataka and Jammu and Kashmir. This multifaceted lady also dabbles in several other fields like photography and she has taken part in national exhibitions of photography in 1999 and 2001, New Delhi.

She has directed 7 documentary films. Some of them were telecast on television and in film festivals.

A widely travelled person lives and works in Delhi.

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