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With the Festival season around the corner its a good time to introduce Indian Art styles in the classroom. Do visit the Google Arts and Culture –  I have seldom come across a more interesting way of introducing Art from various parts of the country. They have 10 stories, each illustrated in a different art style and information about the artist. Hope you and your students enjoy it as much as we did. There’s a lot to explore on the arts and culture site so do look around once you’re there.

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