Bangladesh Ambassador inaugurates solo painting exhibition of artist Govinda Lal Singh Dangol
Kathmandu, 08 July 2022:  Ambassador Salahuddin Noman Chowdhury inaugurated the solo painting exhibition of renowned Nepali artist Govinda Lal Singh Dangol at a local gallery in Kathmandu on 07 July 2022. Artist Dangol, who studied fine arts from Sir JJ School of Arts in Mumbai, has 37 years’ experience of teaching at the Fine Arts campus of Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. Through his paintings, he integrates tradition with modernity. His works not only provides aesthetic pleasure but also inspires a deep sense of spiritual gratification. Most of his artworks are on  Hindu religious myths and realistic forms of worldly objects in mandala and natural abstraction.
Ambassador Chowdhury in his remarks highlighted that bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Nepal based on age-old historical, linguistic, religious, and cultural linkages. He thanked the art community of Nepal for their deep-rooted engagements with the Bangladeshi artists which plays a crucial role in strengthening the bonds of friendship between the two countries. He opined that such exhibitions were extremely important in disseminating the language of art and culture among the people. Eminent artist Kiran Manandhar and several other senior artists including Vice-Chancellor Gopal Chitrakar and Council Member Sushma Rajbhandari of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) were present in the inaugural ceremony. The exhibition will continue till 17 July 2022.