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Indian Miniature Artist Suvigya Sharma conferred with Bharat Gaurav Award


World renowned Indian Miniature artist Suvigya Sharma has been honoured with the 7th Bharat Gaurav Award 2019 at UK, House of Commons in British Parliament in London on July 19th, 2019. Suvigya is the first Indian Miniature artist to receive this Award for his contribution towards keeping this art form alive & promoting it worldwide through his Art-shows & auctions. The Bharat Gaurav award is conferred upon individuals and organizations who make a difference to the youth and the communities around them with their remarkable contribution.
Suvigya, a maestro in Miniature Paintings, Redefined Tanjore’s & Portraits, has commissioned artworks for majority of the Industrial & celebrity families in India, starting from our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to the Ambanis, Ms. Rajshri Birla, Binanis, Singhanias, Burmans, Piramals, Mr Sachin Tendulkar, Actress Priyanka Chopra, Rani Mukerji, Kangana Ranaut and more for  the last 30 years.
“It’s indeed an honor & privilege to receive Bharat Gaurav 2019 in London, British Parliament. All the hard work of 2 decades is coming true to life. Feels blessed to be at this platform & inspire the new age Indian artists who plan to make a career in Art”, says a humbled Suvigya.
He is well known for his art form of 24crt gold Tanjores fused with Miniatures which is a monopoly worldwide. At the same time, he has been restoring Heritages in India & Abroad like the City Palace of Jaipur, Singapore art museum and more. He is also the tycoon of awards like Asia Book Of Records, India Book Of Records, Limca Book of Records, Rajasthan Gaurav Award, Pride of Rajasthan Award, Rajashthan’s Most Powerful 10 and soon will be receiving the President Award by out Honourable President “Shri Ramnath Kovind Sir” at the Rashtrapati Bhawan.
The artist has also been relentlessly working towards developing this art as a skill amongst the youth in Jaipur through his wife’s NGO named Angana Society. Suvigya envisages proliferating his artwork internationally through his skill development initiatives, thereby creating a global demand for the rare Indian art form.

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