The Aipan Journal

Knowing how crucial it is to be associated with some renowned societies in college, I joined Enactus IPCW’s Project Sashakt in the very first year of its inception and have loved every moment of this roller coaster ride. Though initially we started with a vague idea of what we were supposed to do, since taking up revival of the Aipan art form, we have worked with a clear focus and dedication.

I personally have learned a lot ever since I have been associated with the project since 2014 – be it mentoring sessions with KPMG, drawing designs (even though I am horrible at art!), reading up on the significance of motifs, or just visiting and talking to the aunties in Timarpur to know more about the fascinating culture of Kumaon!

Aipan Art Aipan Art

Project Aipan does not include only revival of this dying artform but is also a means to empower…

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