SuperSunday by our CreativeSaathi associates

Artworks by CreativeSaathi associates Dhrov Tikoo and Ansh Batra

1. Title of the artwork- Kintsugi

Artist- Dhrov Tikoo

Kintsugi is a pottery technique. When something breaks, like a vase, they glue it back together with melted gold. Instead of making the cracks invisible, they make them beautiful.
To celebrate the history of the object.
What it’s been through.

It is based on the belief that something broken is stronger and more beautiful because of its imperfections, the history attached to it, and its altered state.

Thank you Avijit sir for all your patience to bear my tantrums while you guided me to work on this.

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Artwork by Dhrov Tikoo

2. Title of the artwork- Pastel hues

Artist – Ansh Batra

“Pastel colours are a symbol of the past. A time when life was more innocent and simpler. When you’re pastel, stay true to yourself”

Size: 2.5/4 feet
Acrylic on canvas roll
Status: available

Artwork by Ansh Batra

SuperSaturday by our CreativeSaathis

Artworks by our new CreativeSaathis Prriyam Banerjii and Prajakta Dey

1. Artwork by Prriyam Banerjii

Title – Nature Love

Artwork by Prriyam Banerjii

Name: Prriyam Banerjii
Age: 14
City: Greater Noida
Disability: Mild ASD
Studies in class 8
Interest: Music and Art

He is very playful, loving boy. He loves to paint with water colours oil pastel colours. He also likes to cook.
Last year he got certificate for drawing from UNESCO

2. Artwork by Prajakta Dey

Title -Entwine of colours.

Description -Colour is a power which directly infuences the soul.Colour can speak to the soul in different ways.Life is a great big canvas and we should throw all the colour we can on it.In this artwork red symbolises to dream, yellow to believe in yourself, pink to hope for the best and green to maintain peace.

Medium -acrylic paint on A4 sheet.

Artwork by Prajakta Dey

Prajakta Dey

Prajakta (Ridhi)12+ is a child on ASD.Her vocabulary and language skills are very limited.She is need based verbal and loves to give poses in front of camera.She took part in fancy dress competition organised by cornerstone India foundation.Her academic skills are average.She loves to play with colours,so I introduced painting as a extra curricular activities to her two years back.She loves to paint diyas.She was the third position holder of Special saathi’s online art competition on children’s day in the junior category.Other than painting she loves to do embroidery work.She makes tote bags and table clothes using her embroidery work.


SuperSunday by CreativeSaathi associates

Women’s Day artworks by our CreativeSaathi associates Vinayak Raj and Dhairya Kumar Pal

1 Women’s day artwork by artist Vinayak Raj

Artwork title :Woman of substance

Message : Don’t define a woman by her clothes or looks. Define her by the tough battles she faces each day.

Artwork by Vinayak Raj

2. Women’s day artwork by artist Dhairya Kumar Pal

Artwork by Dhairya Kumar Pal


SuperSaturday by CreativeSaathis: blog 1

1. CreativeSaathi – Pranjal Mishra , 25 years

Artwork details:

Title: The Lighthouse

Message: The painting conveys a sense of strength and stability in the face of the wild and unpredictable elements of nature. It is a testament to bravery and resilience of people who have built and maintained lighthouses throughout history, and a celebration of the beauty and power of the sea.

Size of the artwork: 987 X 552

Medium used: Digital artwork on MS Paint

Digital Artwork by CreativeSaathi
Pranjal Mishra

Pranjal Mishra is a Graduate in Sociology from IGNOU, is well versed with MS Office and does data entry in Excel. He likes to sing songs and play music on the keyboard. He has recently won the 1st prize in the Online Adyatma Talent Contest 2022 for playing his keyboard. He has also interned at Saamarthya foundation and AMBA for Life. This year i.e. in 2023, Pranjal made a calendar from his digital art which was launched at the Vizag Steel Plant New Year function.
You can reach out to him at

2. CreativeSaathi – GOMATHI SHANKAR, 25 years

Title – Nature my passion

Message:  In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful. –Alice Walker

So, is with humans! Noone is perfect, some are differently abled and perfect in weird ways but they are still beautiful and are dear to God.

Size of the artwork – A 4 sheet
Medium – acrylic, water colour and oil pastel.

Artwork by CreativeSaathi

Gomathi Shankar is an artist and practice lots of water colour, acrylic colour, colour pencils and also pastel colours. She has got interest in art, craft and also stitching. She does cutting and cooking. She loves nature and walking is her passion. Whenever she feels low, she goes for a walk. She also contributes by making and selling newspaper bag for disposing used sanitary pads. Her art work is selected for sunrise calendar for the year 2021, 2022 and 2023.


Happy Holi by CreativeSaathi associates- Kabir,Ansh,Dhrov, Nikhil

Colours of Life
An abstract painting by Kabir showcasing the various colours that intersperse together to create something beautiful.
Medium: Poster Paint on Watercolour Paper
Size: A4 / 8.7 inches x 11.7 inches

Art by Kabir

Where life has taken me

Artist : Ansh Batra
Title: The flow
Acrylic on canvas
Size: 2.5/1 feets approx

Artwork by Ansh Batra

Holi wishes“- Artist Dhrov Tikoo

Artwork by Dhrov Tikoo

Holi wishes by Nikhil Thotam

Title 1: Elephant spraying the holi colors
He used color pencils and permanent sharpie markers
8×10 paper pad..

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam

Title2: women celebrating the holi festival
8×10 paint pad
Color pencils and permanent sharpies markers

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam

Title 3: Two boys are playing a holi with pichkari

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam

Title 4: Holi colors and pichkari drawings

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam

Title 5: Holi celebrations with banner balloons and three bright beautiful colors and 2 pail of buckets of holi colors with two pichkari

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam

Title 6: Radha Krishna Holi painting

Artwork by Nikhil Thotam