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Today is Eid al-Fitr is a religious festival celebrated by Muslims around the world. It is a beautiful day which celebrates happiness and charity. "Eid Mubarak" to everyone!Here are some Eid wishes that we really like: 1. Ratan Karna (2015)See Original Post     2. Meira Rai See Original Post       3. Shishir Dhakal   4. Manisha SubediSee Original Post   5. Whadda Fish See Original Post         EID AL-FITR 2017 Eid Mubarak!

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There are so many problems in the world that go unnoticed because they do not directly affect us or our families and relatives. One of such issues is about Refugees. But art is the mirror of society, they say. And it is true, because the following art pieces by artist from all over the world depict the different narratives about problems surrounding the state of Refugees. We have collected some that artworks from around the web that we thought had something really important to say! Za’atari Syrian Refugee Camp, 2014 collaboration with local youth, who painted about what they missed...

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Inktober Day 25 : Tired If 2016 wasn’t the worst, then it was definitely one of the worst years of my life but the month of October was a life saver thanks to the Inktober. I came to know about Inktober on October 2, when a couple of my friends posted their Inktober posts on Facebook and Instagram. I did a bit of research on what it was and sure enough it got me interested. For those who don’t know what Inktober is, it’s a challenge where artists around the world make an ink drawing each day for the month of October....

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While our newsfeed was full of photos of mothers everywhere wishing “Happy Mother’s Day” on the occasion of Mata Tirtha Ausi, there were a few wishes that were really refreshing!. Here’s our favorite.  Prakriti Bread Studio Sarcastic Khaalisisi Whadda Fish Stick Comics Part I Part II We hope you and your mother enjoyed these interesting wishes as we did here at Butta. Here’s a wish from our side :) Did you thank your mother?

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“It’s beautiful but what is it? Is it a …?” Most people ask me looking at the logo with either a puzzled or a gleeful expression. Butta’s logo has never been interpreted in the same way by people. Some people claim to see a face in it, others claim it’s just a pattern; some see an elephant and some even claim to see Lord Ganesha in it. Usually most of them try to find and trace out the letters of Butta in it. Over the course of these two years, ever since the inception of this logo, the interpretations have differed...

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