Rabari Mural Workshop

It's "Make-A-Mural" day at Isha!
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Rabari Mural Workshop
November 3, 2018 10:00 am
November 3, 2018 4:00 pm
Rs. 3,500
Isha Institute
October 18, 2018
Isha Institute
Chakupat, Patan, Select a Country:

Get your hands into some clay & unleash your creative streak this festive season. Tihar is the celebration of light & life, and the perfect time for a day of art making!

Fun and meditative, the tribal Rabari art form is for everyone, artist or not.

Gift yourself a Saturday full of goodness. Enjoy the quiet of a beautiful garden and let your hands & heart create. We’ll make sure to provide the sustenance you need: the guidance in the art, fun yoga practices to awaken your creativity, and homemade veggie goodies to fill your belly. We promise you’ll leave with a smile on your face and your very own mural in your hands. Just the right thing this Tihar to decorate your home or offer as a gift.

For those of you who are ready for even more goodness, stay afterwards for a healing havan (vedic fire ceremony), and leave energized, inspired & feeling….simply good.


fun +meditative+ creative+good company+delicious food+your very own mural=
the makings of a pretty wonderful day!!!

Spaces fill up quickly…

To secure your spot buy your ticket today!


Do you have questions or want to know more?
Contact us here
Whatsapp: +91-9958488352 (Nikita)

Get your TICKETS at the following 2 locations in the valley:
Curilo (Lazimpat, Kathmandu)

Maya ko Chino (Jhamsikhel, Patan) 


About Rabari Art
Rabari Art, also known as Lippan Kaam, is a traditional mural craft practiced by the Rabari tribe of Kutch, Gujarat, India. These scintillating murals bring life, gaiety, and beauty to generally harsh life of the people of Kutch.

Your Workshop Guide
Nikita Rathore holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and an MBA from one of India’s most prestigious institutions, IIM Lucknow. Having worked in both the development sector with organizations such as the Planning Commission of India and UNDP, and in the corporate sector with Tata and GlaxoSmithKline, she decided to shift her focus to her true sources of inspiration– art and Yoga. 

She is currently an artist & trainer based out of Delhi, India, and recently exhibited her work at the All India Institute of Fine Arts and Crafts, New Delhi. Under her venture Maati Se, she conducts traditional art workshops with the aim of reviving these art forms and using art for healing and happiness. 

Maati Se
Maati Se (meaning ‘rooted to earth’ in Hindi) was founded with a purpose to revive the beautiful, historic yet often neglected traditional folk art forms and use these arts as a medium for healing and happiness through workshops.
Maati Se workshops also serve as a platform to meet some amazing people and have a great time over art.