Delhi • Amritsar • Dharamshala • Paragpur • Shimla • Delhi

ARCHITECTURAL RICHNESSPainting as an art has thousands of patrons across the globe. Painting artists always look for new ideas to quench their creative thirst. India is certainly a paradise for artists, as the varied and vibrant colours of this nation can be captured as an intoxicating memoir on your canvas. On this once in a lifetime painting workshop, led by award winning British artist Johanna Spinks, you will traverse the landscapes & lives of India and capture them on your canvas to take back home.
BEST TIMEOctober to April month
Hotel AccommodationsEntrance Fees
Local GuideAir Conditioned Transportation
Expenses of Personal Nature

Day 1. Departure

Departure from your home country.

Day 2. Delhi Sightseeing

Arrival in Delhi. Transfer to the Hotel Shangrila Eros. Afternoon sightseeing includes visits to the famous monuments of Old and New Delhi. Enjoy lunch at the Lodhi Gardens.

Day 3. To Amritsar Golden-Temple

Travel from Delhi to Amritsar, the city of Golden Temple – the holiest place for Sikhs. Transfer to Hyatt Hotel. Sightseeing tour of the bustling Amritsar city. Evening visit to the Golden Temple. Find yourself immersed in the spiritual energy of the place by witnessing the Sukh Aasan ceremony – a grand ceremony that takes place around midnight- when the holy book of Sikhs is taken for an overnight rest. Be a part of this enthralling spiritual experience.

Also explore the free kitchen and Langar – a massive benevolent human effort, which feeds around 25,000 people every day of the year for lunch and dinner. Every day, tonnes of food are cooked in this voluntarily supported kitchen by the community. Anyone can volunteer for these services and experience the power of energy and humanity.


Day 4. Amritsar

Full day painting excursion at the Amritsar Golden Temple.

Day 5. To Dharamshala

Drive to Dharamshala – and then stay at the Grace Cottage.

Day 6. Dharamshala

Visit to Dharamshala Town/ HH Dalai Lamas teaching / Painting / sightseeing.

Day 7. Dharamshala

Painting day, including a visit to the village.

Day 8. Dharamshala

Painting day including village visits.

Day 9. To Paragpur- Johanna-Spinks–painting1

Drive to Paragpur. Stay at Judges Court.

Thoroughly enjoy a trip to Paragpur, a medieval and beautiful village. Experience the beauty of a peaceful life and enjoy some fulfilling moments with locals – take a walk with them to see the work of silversmiths and weavers.


Day 10. Paragpur

Painting day & sightseeing.

Day 11. Paragpur

Painting day & sightseeing.

Day 12.To Shimla

Transfer to the ‘Queen of Hills’, Shimla. Stay at the Oberoi Cecil.

Day 13. Shimla

Sightseeing & painting.

Day 14. To Delhi

Travel by Toy train and then by Shatabadi Express Train to reach Delhi- Stay at the Shangrila Eros.

Day 15. Delhi

Morning at leisure. In the afternoon, visit the Sanskriti Kendra – Anandgram and then visit the Museum of Everyday Art in India, the Museum of Indian Terracota and the Museum of Indian Textiles. These Museums are the main parts of the Sanskriti Kendra, which works towards preserving and nurturing the creative talent and eminence of the Indian Art and Culture. The visit ends with an enlightening talk and a farewell dinner.

Day 16. Departure

Departure from Delhi to your home country.

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