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Turning ideas into success

Two creative minds, a social activist and a corporate leader on how to bring in change.

On how art helps women artistes

Rasika Kajaria, 39 Owner, Exhibit 320, Art gallery, Delhi

1. Connects them: with their inner self Without art, society won't be civilised. Art as a medium is important as it teaches us empathy and is a mirror to our soul. It in fact has always been a source of social change.

2. Tool of empowerment: Women artistes are sensitive, innovative and have a sense

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