Unfolding the past whispers which would triumph to narrate the saga of those unsung times, and makes one wonder about the history which sits silently upon the skin and longs to be discovered.
The journey gained momentum since our father Shri Achleshwar Prasad Ramdev who was a great Ayurvedic Practitioner, specialized in making medicine for eyesight improvement. And not being restricted to a particular field but explored his interest in the field of art as well, an artist who had always been affectionate towards the richness of Indian art and culture and deeply admired nature.
A man with creativity running in his blood whose canvas were not confined to papers but also used Mango seeds, coconut, almonds and potato to carve out various motifs,Among all, sketching an eye was his all time favorite and reason being he was an eye specialist. It was Govind Ramdev, eldest of all, who walked on the footsteps of his father and fulfilled the desire of his father to be an artist and came into the limelight. Surprisingly, it was not just the eldest brother who became an artist but all of his brothers unlocked the doors of Indian Traditional Art, filling the space with their mesmerising talents.
For special contribution in the field of Traditional Indian Art, Ramu Ramdev established RANGREET organization represnting Indian Traditional Art in 1996 with the aim of preserving Traditional Art by teaching it to next generation of young artist and encouraging new talent. The teaching goes in the job oriented manner so thatafter the camp the artist can produce their own work and can earn out of it which also kept traditional indian artwork alive. Traditional painting renowed as an exclusive art of rajasthan and miniature painting is the traditional art of rajasthan.
Shri Govind Ramdev , by the depiction of ‘Gadiya Luhar’ in Miniature Paintings has created a new avenue for this art. Shri Govind Ramdev S/o Shri Achleshwar Prasad Ramdev was born on 15th august, 1961 at Jaipur. He started learning this Art at age of 15 years from his guru Shri Samander Singh Khangarot (Sager) and stood first class in the Art Foundation Syllabus Examination of Rajasthan Schools, of Arts in 1980. He is an exponent of Jaipur, Kota, Kangda and Mugal style painting also. He possesses the expertise of resurrecting old picture by making them look original. Shri Govind Ramdev had received the State Award in 1993-94, for excellence in Miniature Painting and the prestigious National Award in 2010.
Shri Ramu Ramdev S/o Shri Achleshwar Prasad Ramdev was born at Jaipur on 7th May,1968. He learnt this Art from his elder brother Shri Govind Ramdev as also from Shri Bannu ji; and specialised with perfection in Traditional Style Painting . Shri Ramu Ramdev had received the State Award in 1998-99, for excellence in Miniature Painting and the prestigious National Award in 2010.
Shri Shyamu Ramdev S/o Shri Achleshwar Prasad Ramdev was born at Jaipur on 15th May 1969. He learnt Traditional Art from his elder brother Shri Govind Ramdev & having continuous practice and experience of a decade, he has achieved perfection & specialisation in Traditional paintings. Shri Shyamu Ramdev had received the State Award in 1998-99, for excellence in Miniature Painting and the prestigious National Award in 2014.
Shri Hemant Ramdev S/o Shri Acheleshwar Prasad Ramdev, resident of Jodhpur was born on 14th April 1970. He started learning this Art from his Guru & elder brother Shri Govind Ramdev at age of 14, and has created new dimensions with use of mineral & vegetable dyes in Miniature Painting. Shri Hemant Ramdev had received the State Award in 1998-99, for excellence in Miniature Painting ‘Dhola Maru ’ and the prestigious National Award in 2012.