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Small Temple on outskirts of Badami
Small Temple on outskirts of Badami
Hero-stone Memorial
Hero-stone Memorial

Broomstick Seller
Notice a child in her arms
Broomstick Seller
Broomstick Seller
Broomstick Seller

Garbage Salvager, Bangalore
Garbage Salvager, Bangalore
Immigrants to Bangalore
Refugees in Search of Shelter

Traveling Vegetable Shop
Old man balances his merchandise on a bicycle
Old Age Knows No Respite
Street as Toilets
Street as Toilets

Harappan Seals
Seals of Indian Valley Civilization
Konkani Fine Art of Kavikala
Cover of Kamat's Konkani Book

Ancient Sculpture shows Milk Products being Transported
Detail from medieval wooden sculpture in a Goan monastery
Ancient Milk Vendors

Kannada Caligraphy

Kamat Practising Calligraphy?
Kamat had a very small, almost illegible handwriting. Was this an attempt to improve it?
Kamats Diaries

Jyotsna Interviewing Actor Rajkumar

Man's First Shelter
Anthropology shows us that early humans used rock shelters as habitat. Shown above is a rock shelter that houses prehistoric art and artifacts.
The Rock Element
The Conch (Shankha)
The Conch Shell
The conch shell finds an important spot in Indian culture as an insignia of Lord Vishnu, and as tool in warfare, and in worship.

Puri Chariot Festival
Watercolor painting on paper by Vikas Kamat
Chariot of Jaganath
Horse Pulled Carriage (Tonga)
A Tanga Carrying Sugarcanes
Once upon a time, these carriages carried lovely ladies and the wealthy. Now (year 2002) they carry only trash and heavy goods.

A Young Tangawala with his Horse
Picture of Munna with his horse Tipu.
Malleswaram Tanga Station, Bangalore
Young Charioteer Munna
Saint Tukaram
Sant Tukaram
Detail from an Indian postal stamp

Panchatantra: Crocodile and the Monkey
Detail from a postal stamp
Indian Air Force
Stamp Honoring IAF (Indian Air Force)
Detail from a postal stamp

Jhalkari Bai
Detail from a postal stamp
Women Freedom Fighters
Unpublished Cover of Kalaranga Book
A Draft Sketch of a Cover Page
A half-complete sketch of Kamat's Book "KalaRanga"

Cover of Uttara Kannada Album
While in college, one semester Vikas came home to thousands of pictures of Uttara Kannada district scattered all over the house. He painted a cover page (above) and spiral bound them into an album.
Album Cover
Hamsa Bird of Ajanta
Bird from Ajanta
This bird derived from a cave painting in Ajanta, went on to grace Jyotsna's saree

Freehand Design
Prototype of Kamats Potpourri 1995
Tour of India in Photo-Stubs
Prototype page of what eventually became Kamat's Potpourri

Early Prototype of Kamat's Potpourri (1995)
Ancient Mirrors
Ancient Mirrors from India
Illustrations by K.L.Kamat based on historical sculptures

Draft of Kamat's Artwork for his Book on West Bengal
The Food Chain
The Animal Chain and the Wondering Sadhu
Detail from a sculture at Beluru.
Photograph enhanced for clarity by the photographer

The Water Girl
Watercolor painting by K.L.Kamat

The Water Girl
Watercolor painting by K.L.Kamat

Krishna Fighting Surpent Kaliya
Sketch by K.L. Kamat, Fountain pen on paper, 1954
Kaliya Mardan by Kamat
Indian Artistocrat
Khan Mohammad Abbas Khan
A liberal reformer, Khan Mohammad Abbas Khan belonged to the Democratic party, which formed a coalition with Congress and served as the interim minister for industries.

C. Rajagopalachari (1878 - 1972)
Well known as Rajaji, Rajagopalachari was close friend of Gandhi, and served several terms in prison for his political activities. Later (1959) he founded the Freedom Party
Picture of Rajaji
Portrait of Dadabhai Naoroji
Dadabhai Navroji (1825-1917)
Navroji was an important pillar of Indian nationalistc movement and served as president of Indian National Congress during 1886, 1893, and 1906.

Congressman J.B. Kripalani (1888-1977)
An eminent congressman, Acharya Kripalani served India both before and after the indepence struggle.
Acharya Kripalani
Bhagwan Das
Bhagwan Das (1869-1958)
A myriad minded genius and a Gandhian, Dr. Das was a prominent congressman from Uttara Pradesh. A brilliant scholar, he served as the Chancellor of Kashi Vidyapeeth.

Portrait of Jamnalal Bajaj
Bajajji was fervent follower of Gandhi and played an important role in industrialization of India after independence.
Jamnalal Bajaj
Portraits of Freedom Fighters of India
Portraits of Mathura Prasad Singh, Prof. Sahgal, D.N.Desai, and N.G. Joshi
Detail from commemorative volume of Indian National Congress

Kamalabai Nehru
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur
Princess Amrit Kaur (1889-1964)
Kaur was an early women's rights activist in India, social worker and freedom fighter.

Anjali Ammal
Born in a poor weaver's family, Ammal joined Ganhi's call for Satyagraha and served prison sentence. Social worker and reformer. Later she served Madras assembly.
Anjali Ammal

Engineer Vishveshwariah
From factories, to power-plants to water canals, contributions of Visveswariah to modern India are many.

Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman
L. K. Kirloskar
Portrait of L. K. Kirloskar
Kirloskar, an associate of Gandhi, was a pioneer among Indian industrialists who started industries meeting the specific needs of a new born nation.

Narottam Morarji
Portrait of Norattam Morarji, an pro-congress industrialist and a freedom fighter
Narottam Morarji

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