Originated in Japan, Origami was initially known as Orikata. Soon after the art became popular its name changed to Origami in the year 1880, Oru means (to fold) and gami means (paper). Japanese monks used origami figures for religious practice. It was used in formal ceremonies and couple’s wedding.
Origami is not only about paper folding, it develops hand-eye coordination and mental concentration.
Supriya Lingayat, a maverick Origami Artist is coming to dazzle you with Origami magic.
Get creative & witness the live magic with Supriya Lingayat at Dalal Street Lit Fest Exchange- 2018.