(Last Updated on : 28-04-2017)
Indian Puppet Theatre Artists have been desperately trying to preserve their dying art form. There is a very few traditional Indian Puppet Theatre Artists still continuing to work on Puppet Theatre.
Puppet Theatre is one of the early forms of Indian entertainment. Indian Puppet Theatre
developed not only as an art form but also as an attempt of conveying a lot whilst uttering actually nothing.
Famous Artists of Indian Puppet Theatre
Some of the famous Indian Puppet theatre artists are as follows:
Meher Rustom Contractor: Meher Rustom Contractor turned to puppetry in 1952, after training in art at London and specializing in portrait painting, book illustrations, and fashion design.
Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath: Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath is a Gombeyata puppeteer from Dakshin Kannad district, Karnataka.
Suresh Dutta: Suresh Dutta is an Indian puppet artist and the founder of Calcutta Puppet Theatre, a Kolkata-based theatre group dedicated to puppetry.
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