Any art form, be it music, dance, painting or sculpture, has the capacity to uplift humans to a higher level of happiness, peace, tranquillity and even bliss.
A software professional speaks of her journey with art, how art has been her companion and solace through the toughest times in life, and how she believes in its therapeutic effects on disturbed children and the ailing...
Through the author’s narrative of her journeys to UK, USA, Europe and the Far East, the reader can feel transported to these far-away lands, and experience the cultural heritage they have jealously guarded and preserved through the terribly turbulent periods of their history.
A sure treat for anyone interested in art, architecture and history...
Sharada Lakshmanan is a Chennai-based Software professional with a passion for coding, writing, leadership and training. When she takes her hands away from the computer, she would put her hands to Arts and writing. She is a busy mother and spends her time with children, books and arts. She likes to draw, curate and view art galleries.
Art has been a guiding force for her from childhood. Her blogs are available at lsharada.wordpress.com which includes her writings about technology. She has her Art album in Facebook and she aspires to create a blog for arts in the coming years.
It is her cherished desire to contribute this book as an inspiration to online societies around the world that use art as a therapy to awaken the creative potential and to heal the sufferings of humanity during times of intense crises. She would also like to use the book as a medium to promote art around the world by helping people and inspiring them to be at the best of their potential.
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The magical Sharada!
Dear Shardee, thanks for printing the magic of art at this E-era. Art in any form is actually a panacea to all, irrespective of place, time and age. It does not bother whether all the organs or body parts are fully working or not! It just comes and defeats all the evil powers of the soul; be it a malignant tumor or a manslaughter; everywhere we could see the "Veni-vidi-vici" of the art form.And dear Sharada, you blended the flavor of art with the color of travel in such a manner that we have ...