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Art camp begins on Tagore Hill

Seven Jamshedpureans attended the three-day art camp, organised annually by Society for Preservation of Tribal Culture and Natural Beauty, that started at Tagore Hill in Ranchi on Tuesday. Ranchi artists who could not attend the event on the inaugural day are expected to join in the next two days.

Organisers said the camp started at March 4 every year to mark the death anniversary of Jyotirindranath Tagore, elder brother of poet Rabindranath Tagore and an artist.

“We have been organising this art camp to pay homage to the great personality who lived his last days here,” said the outfit’s president Ajay Jain.

Ranchi artist Vinod Ranjan was one of the people who missed out on the first day. “I was invited but couldn’t attend today. I will join from tomorrow (Wednesday),” he added.

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