Puravikaran Commercial projects are the result of the merger of two commercial art projects, Enactus and Puravana.
Enactus, a multi-million-dollar, multi-phase commercial art project, has been completed in the past two years.
Puravika, an online-only art project with a focus on social networking, is currently in development and is slated to be completed in 2018.
The merger of these two projects has seen an unprecedented rise in demand for artworks.
“The new Enactus project, in addition to the two Enactus projects, will be the largest in the world in terms of both value and scope,” said Prakash Kumar, chief executive officer of Enactus.
“As part of our business strategy, we have decided to combine these two pieces of artworks in a single project.
This is our way of creating a world-class commercial art venue for our community.”
“Puravankar commercial projects are in line with our vision of creating an international platform for art, culture and innovation in the country,” said Arun Kumar, chairman and managing director of Enitas, who will lead the Enitas team on the Puravanksara project.
“We have decided that the merger will be a multiples-year project, and we will start construction in 2019.
The aim is to launch a new world-renowned commercial art platform for our people, a platform that is both innovative and sustainable,” said Kumar.
Enitas has set up a virtual studio in Hyderabad and is working with an expert in the field of visual art to create a visual identity for the project.
The company is working on the digital marketing, marketing and sales, which are expected to take place in India, India and abroad.
The new Envashakar commercial project, which will be an online platform for people to share their work online, will help Envishakar in providing an open platform for digital arts and design.
“Envasharkar will enable people to collaborate and collaborate with one another.
It will allow artists to collaborate on visual art with the public, while promoting digital art through its platform,” said Vijay Shankar, chief digital officer of the Envosharkar project.
Kumar added, “We are also working on building a digital library that will be available through the EnVasharkars platform.
We are also looking at a new digital art gallery that will showcase the work of local artists.”
The Envarkar platform will also help the Enviksarkar to further develop its portfolio of digital artworks and digital-based commerce.
“It will be very exciting to see how people will connect with their Envakarkar work,” said K.V. Parekh, co-founder and managing partner of Envisarkar.
“This is a very exciting project that will provide an opportunity for our communities to connect and communicate.
We have already set up an online forum and created a dedicated channel on Facebook for the Envisionary group of artists.
The Envisionaries group will have access to our artworks as well as our community and will help create a new channel for the community.”
The digital platform is also being used by Envisionsarkar for the creation of an art gallery.
“In order to attract the community, we are setting up a Facebook page and are also making efforts to create an online art marketplace where people can buy and sell artwork on our platform,” Parekh added.
“Through our website, we will be sharing the Envoyary work with the world through digital art.”
Puravarkar commercial art will also be the launching pad for Enviesarkar digital art platform.
“Purivarkar’s work is very well known and has been showcased on many platforms, including YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, Vudu and others.
We will be working with Envisakharkar, which is a leading digital art publisher, to develop a portfolio of the work and a platform for sharing and purchasing work,” Kumar said.
The artworks that will also make it on the Envisaharkar portal include works by prominent artists including Prakasha, Prakasu, Prahlad and others, as well.
The two projects will be launched as separate platforms on April 3, 2019, with the Envasakharkars project launched first, followed by Puravajarkar after that.