Indian Art to inspire mysticism in Birmingham

The Economic Times of India has published excerpts from an interview with UK-based Anjli Paul, daughter of Lord Swraj Paul, who has embarked on various initiatives to promote Indian art.

The interview can be found here

In the interview she explains about creating 'Mystic Inspiration'.

The aim was to "create awareness about Indian art among the white community and also Indians, like those from East Africa, who did not enjoy an adequate exposure to this genre".

In the discussion on a roadmap for Mystic Inspiration Anjli Paul outlines a plan to set up a gallery in Birmingham by June 2008.

"This will be a live gallery. Since we live in Birmingham, this will be our first step. A second one is planned in London by the end of this year or early next year."

Mystic Inspiration's website is accessible at


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