How rich is Vijay Sharma? Net Worth

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January 1, 2020

Vijay Sharma Net Worth

Vijay Sharma how much money? For this question we spent 19 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $211,1 Million.

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Biography

Vijay Sharma information Birth date: 1962-09-12 Birth place: Himachal Pradesh, India Profession:Sound Department Spouse:Nidhi Sharma Children:Maitreya Sharma, Sarang Sharma Parents:Geeta Devi, Anant Ram Sharma, Meena Devi, MR. NAND KISHORE SHARMA AND SHRI.MEENA DEVI SHARMA, mr.Nand kishore sharma

Height, Weight

:How tall is Vijay Sharma – 1,70m.
How much weight is Vijay Sharma – 78kg

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Biography,I started visiting the museum at the age of 13 and the museum stories amazed me every other day. Fine paintings done with hands and that too by the local artists were a revelation for me. I inquired about artists, their families but sadly they had given up painting long ago. They were carpenters, labourers, government officials, everything but not painters., says Vijay Sharma.Floral painting by Vijay SharmaVijay Sharma was born on 12 September 1962 to Anant Ram Sharma and Geeta Devi at Mohalla Ramgarh, of the district of Chamba, in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. His father, a bus driver working for Himachal Road Transport Corporation, noticed his sons penchant for drawing and sent the boy to Banares to learn painting, when he was only 15. Though Sharma returned from Banares after a weeks stay, he continued to hone his skills under Mirza Ashgar Beg and by visiting the Bhuri Singh Museum in Chamba. Meanwhile, he passed Hindi Prabhakar examination and, later, secured a masters degree (MA) in History from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. After his academics, Sharma went back to Banares to learn miniature painting at Bharat Kala Bhawan under the tutelage of Ved Pal Sharma. He also attended an archaeological training camp conducted at Hampi, Karnataka by the Archaeological Survey of India in 1985.Sharma started working as a painter for the Himachal Road Transport Corporation at the age of 18 but, later, shifted to the Department of Language and Culture, Government of Himachal Pradesh as a conservation assistant. He resigned from the post in 1988 and is an accredited artist at the Bhuri Singh Museum, Chamba, Himachal Pradesh.Vijay Sharma has founded Shilpa Parishad, a non governmental organization, for promoting the genre of miniature painting, especially the Pahari school and serves as its president. He has also participated in many artist workshops such as the NZCC All India miniature painting workshop at Kalagram, Chandigarh in 2006, the Janapravaha artist workshop of 2005, workshop organized by the Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata in 2007, miniature camp in connection with the Gita Jayanti Utsav of 2008, miniature camp held at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla in 2009, camp organized by Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur in 2011 and Harmony Painting Residency 2012 organized by Harmony Art Foundation, Mumbai.Sharma is a government nominated member of the governing council of the Himachal Academy of Art, Culture and Languages and an executive committee member of the North Zone Cultural Centre, a regional body established by the Government of India for the promotion of arts, crafts, traditions and cultural heritage of India. He is a founder member of the Kangra Arts Promotion Society and has also served as an honorary advisor to the Delhi Crafts Council, an NGO working for the revival of Indian arts and crafts.A follower of the Basholi and Kangra styles of Pahari painting, Sharma is also known to be a scholar and art historian. He is reported to have learnt the ancient scripts of Sarada and Takri and has published many books and articles on the arts and crafts of Himachal Pradesh.[11]Vijay Sharma is married to Neeru Sharma and the couple has two sons, Sarang and Maitreya. The family lives in Mohalla Ramgarh near Dasnami Akhara in Chamba.

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