September 8, Nepal Art Council


“There are some people who are like candles—who burn themselves to give light to others—while there are some who not only burn themselves, they also teach others on how to light the lives of others,” said Anil Shah, as he congratulated SanjeetMaharjan on his exhibition, ‘Astha, an Imprint of Faith.’ Maharjan’s exhibition showcased a beautiful collection of bells and prayer flags,representing our faith in religion and gods and goddesses. His paintings portray our faith in life, and artistically moves our unpronounced questions to the gods we heed. His paintings are embedded with symbols and signs of permanence, and the essence of faith that will still remain when we eventually perish.