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The first exhibition in the series, which is also the centrepiece, is Tabiyat: Medicine And Healing In India.It will be displayed at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) from 12 January.One of the key exhibits at Tabiyat is the Ayurvedic Man, the only known historical illustration of the interior of the human body as understood in Ayurveda.The show has been divided into four sections: The Shrine, which takes you through the practices of spiritual faith healing; The Home, which is about home remedies and the family as a transmitter of practical knowledge; The Street, a section that explores phenomenon such as street dentistry and the hidden histories of health commerce; and, of course, The Clinic, which talks about a formal enquiry into the nature of body and mind.Shankar has been working closely with the Karnataka government to catalogue and digitize medicinal manuscripts and has so far covered 5,000 of them.
This exhaustive research has resulted in a multi-city arts project titled Medicine Corner.
“This particular work was produced in the context of a prestigious series of exhibitions that we have done at the Devi Art Foundation called Vernacular, In The Contemporary, led by art historian Annapurna Garimella.
We are happy that the curators of the exhibition found the work by Swarna as one of the anchors for their show,” says Poddar.
So, I did further research and found out about paan’s properties as a stimulant and a medicine, and also its links to mouth cancer.
This is the way medicine forms a part of our everyday lives,” he says.