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Full Name  Satish Gujral
Spouse  Kiran Gujral
Nationality  Indian
Siblings  I. K. Gujral
Name  Satish Gujral
Awards  Padma Vibhushan
Role  Designer


Born  25 December 1925 (age 90) (1925-12-25) Jhelum, Punjab, British India
Known for  Painting, Sculpting, Mural, Architect & Writing
Education  Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy School of Art
Artwork  Days of glory, Mourning en masse, Raising of Lazarus

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Satish Gujral (born 25 December 1925) is an Indian painter, sculptor, muralist, graphic designer, writer and architect of the post-independent era. He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan in 1999. His elder brother, Inder Kumar Gujral, was the former Prime Minister of India.

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Early life

Satish Gujral was born in Jhelum in undivided Punjab in British India. When he was ten, a sickness resulted in impairment of hearing, which he regained after a surgery in 1998, 62 years later.

Education

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In 1939, he joined Mayo School of Arts in Lahore, to study applied arts. He moved to Bombay in 1944 and enrolled in Sir JJ School of Art. In 1947, due to a recurring sickness he was forced to drop out of school and leave Bombay.

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In 1952, he got a scholarship to study at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, where he was apprenticed to the renowned artists Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. There he had an opportunity to get an apprenticeship with renowned artists Diego Rivera and David Sequeiros.

Works

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The Partition of India and the associated agony of the immigrants impacted a young Satish which manifested itself in the art works he created later. From 1952 to 1974, Gujral organised shows of his sculptures, paintings and graphics in many cities across the world such as New York City, New Delhi, Montreal, Berlin and Tokyo, among others.

Satish Gujral was also an architect and his design of the Belgium Embassy in New Delhi was selected by the international forum of architects as one of the finest buildings built in the 20th century.

In Popular culture

Dozens of documentaries have been made recording his work and a full feature film on his life is in the making. He was also part of the 2007 BBC television film, Partition: The Day India Burned. A 24-minute documentary called "A Brush with Life" was released on 15 February 2012 which was based on his own book with the same name. Four books of his work have been published including an autobiography.

Personal life

Satish Gujral lives with his wife Kiran in New Delhi. Their son Mohit Gujral, who is an architect, is married to former model, Feroze Gujral. They also have 2 daughters, Alpana, a jewellery designer, and Raseel Gujral Ansal, an interior designer and owner of Casa Paradox & Casa Pop and is married to Navin Ansal.

Awards

Satish Gujral was awarded India's second-highest civilian honour Padma Vibhushan in 1999. In April 2014, he was honoured with NDTV Indian of the Year Award.

References

Satish Gujral Wikipedia


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