The second chapter of the project continues in India in six different places. Here the summary of all the video shoot in India.
- In Varanasi / Benares, the sacred city where the Ganges flows, here Tarshito met with Bachchelal Prajapati, an artist from an ancient family who created the pictorial tradition of this place.
Bachchelal completed the artwork on one of Tarshito’s nomadic tents, emphasizing the nomad that everyone naturally has within them.
Tarshito together with Bachchelal took part in the celebration of Aesthetic Panarama at Assi Ghat, near Ganga Mahal, which was part of an International Symposium on VISUAL INTERPRETATION of Traditional Language curated by Dr S.K. Nag, and they organized a talk with the artist near Murmukska Bhavan, Assi Varanasi.
“The journey has as its goal the search for the Soul, which can be found both everywhere and inside of all of us”.
2. “The Camp of the Wayfarers in Love” continues in India, Naya Village, West Bengal, with the Chitrakar family, a family of storytelling artists.
Here Tarshito and the Chitrakar family painted the second tent, with tigers.
3. The next step of the project took place in Bhopal, with Venkat Raman Shing Shyam, Gond Art painter.
The celebration ceremony took place in the amazing Tajmahal Palace, Bhopal.
4. “The Camp of the Wayfarers in Love” – Bagh.
Here Tarshito worked on another tent in Madhya Pradesh, India. This time with Kazim Khatri, master of traditional block printing.
5. “The Camp of the Wayfarers in Love” – Puri, Odisha.
Here Tarshito worked with Puspa Rao, a painter and Pattachitra expert.
6. “The Camp of the Wayfarers in Love” – Kerala.
Here Tarshito collaborated with the Bhavm murals Kerala team, traditional Chuvarchithram.