About Charuka Arora
Charuka Arora (b.1993) was born in the city of Taj, Agra.
Is an Internationally recognised Artist Known for her hand crafted Indian embellished collages & paintings.
And, currently works from Delhi & Agra, India.
Charuka Arora, Since 2016 she has been experimenting with Indian textiles, embellishments, images & surface embroideries. And, has been exhibiting her work both locally and internationally.
She has been featured in multiple blogs and publications, including create magazine,
candy floss magazine, Fad magazine, The Jealous Curator, visionary art collective, art
mums united, Indian artists book of colour to name a few.
The Modern Maharani’s
Is an ongoing series of hand embellished mixed media paintings & collages that depict stories of inner strength of a woman’s soul. These modern maharani’s are like modern pieces of legacy that are passed down from generations to generations. Those that tell stories of time & beyond.
Heavily inspired by the Indian culture, mythology and its relationship with women.
These works are a contemporary tales deep rooted in history.
HEIRLOOM is feminine at appearance & when looked closer reveals an unexpected satire on patriarchy and misogyny.
An HEIRLOOM takes an audience into a woman’s world. Jewelery, human features and other items of belongingness are used in a play with embellishments to redefine the age old narrative set for women.
HEIRLOOM is a collection of visual stories inspired off “Things & Experiences” we as humans collect to share our story throughout our lives.
The Hindu mythology, considers women the vessels of shakti. This identification with shakti acknowledges women as the vessels of both creative and destructive power.
The term shakti refers to multiple ideas. Its general definition is dynamic energy that is
responsible for creation, maintenance, and destruction of the universe. It is identified as
female energy because shakti is responsible for creation, as mothers are responsible for
birth. Without shakti, nothing in this universe would happen; she stimulates siva, which is
passive energy in the form of consciousness, to create Goddess Durga popularly known as
’Sherawali’ represents the power of the Supreme Being that preserves moral order and
righteousness in the creation.
Durga Maa is depicted as riding on a lion or a tiger. A tiger symbolizes unlimited power.
Durga riding a tiger indicates that She possesses unlimited power and uses it to protect
virtue and destroy evil. Like this, throughout Indian mythology and several others the idea of a woman’s strength as been depicted in form of religious tales, goddess and more.
The woman’s character is often related to that of a lion/ tiger (The wild cats).
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