India in India Ink


“During my travels and studies, for several reasons (lack of co-operation, Government regulations, prohibited photography, bad light, poor dark-room facilities, and cost) it was not always possible to document the happenings or artifacts on film. Over the years, I have learnt to authentically reproduce/enhance the experience via line drawings done in India ink. This is especially true of historical sculptures where the originals themselves were in extremely poor condition.”

— K. L. Kamat

An Innocent Woman of Mavashia Community
Madhya Pradesh, 1977
© 1996-2004 Kamat’s Potpourri

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