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Artist of the Issue: Bikram shri

Short Biography of Artist Bikram shri
Versatile talent Bikram Shri is a well-known name in the field of sculptor, painter, dramatist and traditional architecture. The family, including his creative mother and two brothers (artists Abhishek and Ashesh), have been living in the area for four decades. One of his specialties is the creation of giant statues, a combination of spiritual and material philosophy can be experienced in his creation. Shri's lifestyle, which enjoys labor, sadhana and creativity, is also philosophical.
Another of Sri's creations is architecture. He has envisioned traditional Nepali traditional temples, buildings, entrances, view-towers and monuments and tourist areas. Santiniketan Art engineering is established in Itahari-4, Sunsari. As his father was working in Calcutta, India, he spent his childhood in exile. His proximity to Calcutta made him an important figure in the field of sculpture and traditional architecture.

Statues titled ‘Aimai Ama’ (Beijing, China), Zorwa the Buddha (Udaipur), Unity (Dharan), Devkota (Jhapa), Tamasuk and the logo of Province No.1 are the works that have received discussion. The founder of Itahari Matrix (Kalagram), the founding president of Kavyabatika, the founding secretary of Eastern Fine Arts Academy, has been honored and congratulated by the Government of India, the Government of Nepal, the local area, organizations and civil society.

Name : Bikram shri
(Sculptor Cultural activist & Concept Maker for Tourism Area)
Nick Name : Bikramshri
Grand Father : AbhikesharTimsina
Father : BhadraTimsina
Mother : Renuka Timsina
Wife : Marivic Quion Timsina
Date of Birth : 08th September 1970
Date of Place : Lekharka VDC-9, Bhojpur, Koshi, Nepal
Permanent Address : Itahari-4, Sunsari
Study : Electrical Engineering
Self Study : Traditional Architect/Sculptor
Fine Art (Gurukul) Calcutta, India
Citizenship No : 06/1501 Dharan, Sunsari, Nepal
Passport No : 5309669
Vehicle License No : 0223860/A & B
Blood Group : A+ve
Operated Organization : Shanti Niketan, Itahari

Involved Organization:

  • Itahari Matrix (Founder President)
  • Fine Art Academy Eastern Region, Nepal (Founder Secretary)
  • Seto Bangla Foundation/School (Founder President)
  • Kavyabatika (Founder President)
  • Inter Religious Forum Sunsari, Nepal (Conservator)
  • Peace Council, Sunsari (Coordinator)

  • Master Sculptor in Gurukool Itahari Metrix, Sunsari 2044-2076.
  • Tourism feasibility study & Master planning/Beautification Technician work.
  • Traditional architect design such as – Monuments, gates Sculptures, Park &Tourism Area.
  • Founder chair person of child friendly school (it was 1st time established in Eastern Region of Nepal)
  • Involved in Animal Right Movement
  • Drama Instructor, workshop conductor


  • Thirchhaya Rastriya Kalashreenlntsnf Puraskar, 2076
  • Rashtriya Pratibha Puraskar, 2074
  • International Rotary vocational Awards, 2006
  • Colour Nepal National Award, 2060
  • Prativa Puraskar, 2057
  • Rasik Literary Award
  • Gold Medal Nepal JCI national Conference 2066
  • Public Award Nepalese Language Council, Deharadoon, India
  • Public Award Itahari Municipality
  • Academy Award–2052 (Pragya Award) Drama
  • Public Award Eastern Regional Artist Association
  • Public Award Eastern Regional Sculpture Forum
  • Ambassador for Peace Award UPF International (Philippine)

India, Bangladesh, South Korea, Philippine, Thailand

  • 2044 - Painting Exhibition - Moti Bhavan, Dharan
  • 2044 - Painting Exhibition - Dharan Chhatachowk, Dharan
  • 2045 - Painting Exhibition - Tansen Bhavan, Dharan
  • 2046 - Sculpture Workshop 6 months (First Sculpture Workshop) - Dharan, Sunsari
  • 2046 - Painting Exhibition - Bundel, Kolkata, India
  • 2051 - Art Gallery established - Itahari, Sunsari
  • 2052 - Replacement Sculpture Exhibition - Itahari Chowk
  • 2053 - Bamboo and woodwork workshop 6 months - Art Gallery, Itahari, Sunsari
  • 2060 to 2069 - Ten Days with Shri (Nine Years Continuous) Painting Workshop for Children - Kavyabatika, Sunsari
  • 2062 - Mechi-Kali Art Cultural Awakening Campaign 2 months - From Itahari
  • 2062 to 2064 - Two Years Residential Sculpture Workshop (20 member) - Kavyabatika, Itahari
  • 2063 - Painting Exhibition for Pokhareli Painters - Kavyabatika, Itahari
  • 2065 - Bashanta Utsav Eastern Level Sculpture, Painting, Sculpture Exhibition - Kavyabatika, Itahari
  • 2065 - Regular Art Workshop for Children (Winter-Summer) - Kavyabatika, Itahari
  • 2065 - Five Month Sculpture Workshop (20 member) - Triyuga, Udaipur
  • 2075 - Bashanta Utsav State Level Painting Exhibition – Itahari Matrix
  • 2076 - State Level Residential Sculpture Workshop (32 people, 52 days workshop in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development) - Itahari Metri

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