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Sachida Nagdev

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Year of Birth:1940


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Born 25th October 1939 Ujjain, M.P. India., Early training under local signboard painters from she age of nine years. Soalined fine arts at Bharati Kala Bhawan, Ujjain, under the guidance of Dr. V.S. Wakankar, renowned archicolngier and artist, and discovered and copied prechintoric rock shelier paintings. Passed G.D. Art from J.J.School of Arts. Bombay 1964. M.A. in ancient Indian History and Culpture in 1962 nad M.A. in painting from Vikram University, Ujjain in 1970. Awarded Amrita Shergil Fellowship of M.P. Govt, 1976 and govt. of India Senior Artist Fellowship 1997. Widely traveled in India, Nepal, Europe, Japan and Middle East. West a member of the advisory board of Madhya Pradesh Static Art Academy, Roopankar Museum of Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal. General Council Member of Lalit kala Academy, New Delhi and South Central Cultural Zone, Nagpur. After working as Fredance-Artist in Delhi for 2 years, settled in Bhopal since 1964.


  • 1961 J.J. School of Arts, Bombay
  • 1962-70 M.A. in Ancient Indian History and Culture and Painting from Vikrarn University.
  • BHIMBETKA under Dr. V.S. Wakankar renowned Archaeologist.


  • All Indian Artist's Camp Bhopal 1976, Mandu 1986, Manoerie, 1992.
  • Bijapur 1994. Bharat Bhawan '96.
  • Artists Circle Camp at Taj Hotel, Chennai 1997.
  • Art in Industry Camp at Tata Nagar 1998.
  • International Camp, Gulberga, Karnataka 1993.
  • Aurodhan Gallery and Shereton Hotel 2000, Chennai Aurodhan Gallery and Taj Krishna 2001, Hyderabad.
  • Art World and Rotary Club as Pondicherry 2001, Kala Parishad Bhopal 2001.
  • All India Camp Kurshetta University, 2003. India French Artist Camp, Pondicherry, 2005.
  • National Art Fair, Indore 2005 and Gwalior 2006


  • 1976 All India Artist Camp, Bhopal.
  • 1986 Mandu, 1992 Mussorie, 1993 Bijapur,
  • 1993 International Artist Camp Gulbarga
  • 1981 Gallery Kasahara Osaka, Japan.
  • 1974 Gallery in Amtsgericht Bad Vilbel. W. Germany
  • 1987 Continental Hotel, Sharjah, U.A.E.
  • 1973 Maison Des Jeunes, Chamonix, France.
  • 1969 Indian Cultural Centre, Kathmandu.
  • 1967 Royal Art Academy, Kathmandu.
  • 1989 Prague. Czechoslovakia.
  • 1990-93 Osaka Triennale, Japan.
  • 1994 12 Artists, Pao Galleries - Hong Kong Art Centre, Hongkong organised by Sarala's Art International Numerous Exhibitions in India and Abroad.


  • Contemporary Art Museum Chaka, Japan
  • National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi
  • Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi
  • Gallery of Modern Art, Jaipur
  • Birla Art Academy, Calcutta
  • State Art Gallery, Bhopal & Gwalior, M.P.
  • Sri Chitralayam Art Museum, Kerala
  • Roopankar Museum of Modern Art, Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal
  • Air India Collection, Bombay
  • U.B. House TITAN Bangalore
  • Vidhan Subha, Bhopal and in many private collections in India and abroad


  • Shankart International Children's Art Competition.
  • New Delhi, 1954 and 1955
  • All India Tagore Art Exhibition, Indore, 1961 Selver Plaque
  • Scene Art-Exhibition, M.P., 1960,62 Merit Award
  • All India Art Exhibition Gwalior, 1959, Merit Award
  • All India Kalidas Exhibition, Ujjain, Merit Award. 1967,
  • State Art Exhibition, Bhopal, 1973, Best Award
  • All India Ram Charir Martas Exhibition, Bhopal Merit Award, 1976
  • Yomiuari Telecasting Award, Osaka Triennale '90 Japan
  • Honour, "shikhar Sarnenan" of M.P. Govt, 1997 for life time achievement.


I was born in Ujjain, a peaceful ancient holy town in Central India, Old houses, small narrow lines, the 'ghats' of river kshipra, saints and temples, old sculptures, all these inspired me from the childhood, My journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Gujrat to Arunachal Pradesh in India and Nepal, Europe, Japan and Middle-East abroad has been the source of my inspiration. I was always Fascisated by the Changing Phenomenon of nature and expressed it with intensity on canvas. Sometimes some incidents shake me to the core of my heart and I express it through my Paintings and drawings. Out of this emerge large works of 'Death' and 'Gas Tragedy' series. Indian miniature paintings with their fine lines and rich colours have always been my inspiration. The age old prehistoric paintings and giganitic colourful rocks of Bhien Berka have been my inspiration. Indian classical music is my love. My daughter plays sitar in the studio and the music inspires me. From she early days of Painting in the dim Lingern light on paper to the large abstract canvases has been a long journey of more than 50 years.

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