Monday, September 29, 2008


Smt. Nandini Eswer, eminent danceuse of Mysuru, graciously inaugurated the exhibition of dolls 'Bombe Mane' on the evening of Thursday 25 September 2008 at Pratima Gallery. Following are a few snapshots of the occassion.

Smt. Nandini Eswer is inaugurating the exhibition by lighting the lamp. Smt. R. Kaladevi, trustee and Sri D. Ram Singh, Chairman, Ramsons Kala Pratishtana, look on.

A light moment during the inauguration.
L-R: Raghu, Nandini Eswer, Harinita Singh and Anita Singh.
Smt. Eswer is interested in the doll of one of Vishnu's guardians, Vijaya.
R.G. Singh and Dr. C.R. Dileep Kumar explaining the concept of the oil painting by the artist Manjunath Mane.

Smt. Nandini Eswer going around the exhibition with her grand daughter Poorvi and aunt Dr. Radha.

Smt. Nandini Eswer demonstrating a toy to her grand daughter Poorvi.

Facade of Pratima Gallery decked up to welcome visitors.


sudhajoshi said...


can you please pass on the Bombe Mane address and contact info ASAP.

Thanks in advance


H.S. Dharmendra said...

Ms. Sudha Joshi, Bombe Mane is an annual exhibition organised by Ramsons Kala Pratishtana during Dasara. Few of the dolls are available through out the year at the same premises where the Bombe Mane exhibition takes place. You can go there and enquire. The address is as follows...

Handicrafts Sales Emporium
1160, Ramsons House,
In front of Zoo,
Mysore 570010
Tel: 0821-2443669, 2449121.

Hope, the information given is sufficient. Thank you.