India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

Es­tab­lished in 1977 by the daugh­ter of a for­mer Di­wan of Gwalior, who was a great sup­porter of art and ar­ti­sans— Tha­rangini is the creative hub for kids in Ban­ga­lore. Now run by third gen­er­a­tion en­tre­pre­neur Pad­mini Govind, ev­ery sum­mer Tha­rangini is the creative space where all par­ents want to send their lit­tle ones. Arts which have been long for­got­ten or are quickly dy­ing are what chil­dren above the age of five are taught here. They can learn to cre­ate three- di­men­sional clay art, cane weav­ing, bronze sculpt­ing, tra­di­tional toy mak­ing, Tan­jore paint­ing, block print­ing and other forms of tex­tile arts and much more.

HIGH­LIGHTS Pro­vides a plat­form for learn­ing dy­ing art forms

COSTRS 1,500 to Rs 5,000 for a fixed num­ber of ses­sions

WHERE 12th Cross Road, Op­po­site Sadashiv­na­gar Po­lice Sta­tion, CV Ra­man Road

TEL 9902035099



5- 15 years


1- 10 days

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