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Dada In Memorium
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Dada In Memorium

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Viashnu Namdeo Adarkar, Professor - Director J. J. School of Applied Arts also popularly kmnown to all as "Dada Adarkar". …

Viashnu Namdeo Adarkar, Professor - Director J. J. School of Applied Arts also popularly kmnown to all as "Dada Adarkar".
These are his personal paintings from 1981 - 1994

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  • 1. Dada Adarkar 23 August 1908 – 13 May 1994
  • 2. DADA ADARKAR’S PAINTINGS Dada started painting for leisure and fun after his retirement from J. J. School of Art Mumbai. These are his paintings from 1981 to 1994 when Aaji and he would visit us in USA. These paintings span over almost 15 years. We have enjoyed these thoroughly and are honored to have them as a legacy of his warmth and affection for all of us. All our friends who came in contact with Dada loved and admired him for his knowledge, sense of humor and zest for life. He would have been 100 years old today. This presentation is dedicated in his memory for all the family and friends to enjoy. With lots of love, Nilima and Avi 23 August 2008
  • 3. “ Ashtakamal” is an eight petal lotus flower, a symbol of purity and the eight principles in Hindu philosophy (Karma, Dharma, Bhakti, Jyana, Dhyana, Advaita, Atma and Moksha). It is also the emblem of divine power and a resting place for all deities ( Chandogya Upanishad 51.227 . ) This stained glass design was made by Dada for the skylight in our home in Shrewsbury, MA 1982 “ Ashtakamal”
  • 4. This was Dada’s favourite painting 1987
  • 5. Dada’s first painting in USA – our Cape Cod cottage 1981
  • 6. 200 year old windmill in Eastham, MA 1984
  • 7. Cottages along the Bay - Eastham
  • 8. Cottages along the Bay - Eastham
  • 9. Cottages along the Bay – Eastham 1982
  • 10. Children sailing on the Bay – Eastham 1989
  • 11. Cottages along the Bay with the “Target Ship” – Eastham 1981
  • 12. View from our deck 1984
  • 13. View from our deck 1984
  • 14. View from our deck 1982
  • 15. Dada and Aaji sat by the roadsde for six hours when he did this wonderful painting of Coast Guard Station, 1984, Eastham
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  • 17. A village near Nagpur, India 1985
  • 18. A typical Indian village 1985
  • 19. A typical Indian village 1986
  • 20. “ Maharaj Baug” Nagpur 1987
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  • 25. Dean Park, Shrewsbury, December 1989
  • 26. Dean Park, Shrewsbury, October 1989
  • 27. Monsoon in Mumbai 1988
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  • 29. Sunday breakfast at Shrewsbury, MA 1987
  • 30. Pamprefets 1983
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  • 34. “ Bhrama-Kamal” 1985
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  • 41. Vishnu Namdeo Adarkar – Dada 23 August 1908 – 13 May 1994

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