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Amrita Shergill

Amrita Sher-Gil was born on January 30, 1913 in Budapest, Hungary. She was a prominent Indian painter and was popularly known as India's Farida Khalo. She was also one of the most expensive woman painters of India. Most of her works were declared as National Art Treasure by the Government of India and most of them are preserved in the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi. In 1978, a postal stamp showing her painting "Hill Women" was released in India.

Amrita was the inspirations behind the famous Urdu play “Tumhari Amrita” made by Javed Siddiqi in 1993. She died on 5th December, 1941 at Lahore.

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