PROFILE OF MR. DIAL V. GIDWANI
A versatile personality and a gentleman with dynamism, he is genuinely a man of mission. It was Mr. Gidwani who encouraged Mr. Wilson to include Indian artists as part of the program. He accompanied Mr. Wilson to different parts of India and highlighted Indias rich heritage in this sphere. gidwani_120 Mr. Gidwani is the founding President of The American Institute of Sindhulogy (AIS). AIS is a non-profit, non-religious, non-political entity dedicated to promoting awareness of the Ancient Sindhu (Indus) and Saraswati Civilization. The institute was inaugurated by Mr. Ram B. Jethmalani, former minister of Law and Justice and currently a member of Parliament on August 06,2000. See details web site link Click here: http://www.sindhulogy.org/pdfs/DGidwani_article.pdf Mr. Wilson was the invited and honored guest art consultant at the new Art Caucasus Exposition, held in Tbilisi, in the Republic of Georgia, in early October, of both 2004 and 2005. Mr. Dial has retired now.
PROFILE OF MR. ARNAB PAUL
Mr. Paul is the pivotal personality in India who provided the impetus to begin this project. Mr. Paul is able to travel India, and provide liaison between institutions such as Art Colleges, Galleries, Museums and Art Centers, that can provide the backing to make this international exchange program possible. He is familiar with the established and upcoming talent of India, and will be an able guide. arnab_paul_120 Arnab Paul lives in Indias capital, New Delhi, and spends time as well in Kolkata. His life work is based on assisting organizations and talents that may not have all of the opportunities of others. His illustrious career received a major thrust during his assignment as the Project Manager in the very prestigious Pension Reform Project of the Government of India, for design and development of the Crosstabular Analytical Tool.