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Know about the celebrated author Tarab Khan

Tarab Khan (born: 6th December 1983) is an Artist and Author of the book, "DANCING WITH THE CLOUDS" published by Bloomsbury. She began her journey in the Art World in 2013. Many of the leading Art Galleries in India have represented her work, (Sublime Galleria – Bangalore, Visual Art Gallery 'IHC', Lalit Kala Akademi – New Delhi, Nehru Art Centre – Mumbai and other leading private galleries in India). Her work has been collected by Art lovers and enthusiast from various parts of the world including France, USA, UK, India and UAE.

Early Life

Tarab was born in a quaint little town of Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Tarab spent her early years in Uttar Pradesh. When she was six, her family moved to Berhampur, Odisha - a town just few miles by the sea. Tarab believes in nurturing children and shaping minds by taking sessions on Storytelling and on Art. She has been invited as panelist and as speaker to Forums, Schools and Corporates. Tarab did her masters in economics.

Tarab Khan author of "Dancing with the clouds"
Tarab Khan author of "Dancing with the clouds"

DANCING WITH THE CLOUDS is her maiden book for children, young adults and grown-ups, authored and illustrated by her.

Currently she is working on her 2nd book ~ SKIES & FLESH ~ Dark Luminous Poems with equally poised surrealist art.

Tarab's paintings can be described as a poetic rendering of dream sequences that traces many passages of time. She paints on canvas and illustrate on papers with visible ink. She use colours such as Oil, Acrylic, Water, Crayons, Pen and sometime Pencils.

Art Exhibitions

  • 2019 - Sublime Galleria - SOLO ART SHOW of Dancing With The Clouds, UB City, Bangalore from June 07 to 4th July 2019.
  • 2018 - Nehru Art Centre (Worli Mumbai 2018 Jun) - SOLO ART SHOW of Tarab's illustrations for her book DANCING WITH THE CLOUDS from June 12th to 18th 2018.
  • 2014 - Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi, is one of the leading Art Gallery in India and the exhibition was held from 10th Sep 2014 till 20th Oct 2014.
  • 2014 - Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi  - The Wonder Walk! (Gallery 1 & Gallery 2) a SOLO Art Exhibition from 28th Dec 2013 till 3rd Jan 2014.
  • 2013 - India Habitat Centre - (Visual Arts Gallery New Delhi, 2013 May) - A SOLO Art Exhibition held from 18th May till 22nd May 2013. Exhibition was sponsored by Kingdom of Dreams.
  • 2013 - Muse Art Gallery - SOLO DEBUT ART SHOW - in Muse Art Gallery, Hotel Marriott, Hyderabad from 26th Jan 2013 till 15th Feb. The Show was sponsored by Jaguar and Land Rover.
Art Exhibitions by Tarab Khan
Art Exhibitions by Tarab Khan


Honours & Recognitions
  • 2019 - Invited as the Jury member by "We at Being Social - एक नई शुरुआत" group for their annual event "Pehchaan - The unsung heroes of the soil".
  • 2019 - Tarab was invited as a panellist in the 8th edition of Odisha Literary Festival 2019.
  • Tarab has been conferred as Women of Excellence by Women Economic Forum.
  • Tarab's Publication in International Contemporary Artist (USA) Journal 7th Edition
  • Tarab's one of the painting is the book cover page for Shri Rabindranath Tagore's Gitanjali
  • State appreciation Award (Emerging Talent of Andhra Pradesh) for the most promising Artist 2014, by then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Sri N Chandrababu Naidu.

Buy Her latest Book "Dancing with the clouds" on Amazon.


Some of Tarab's Paintings



Tarab's life in a slideshow



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