Sanju Jain received her Master’s degree in painting from Indore. She has gained worldwide recognition and appreciation for her works through extensive participation in numerable exhibitions, shows, camps and other activities. Among her several solo and collective exhibitions, the major ones include “Blue Butterflies”(Gallery Studio 16, Texas, 2011); “Amdabadni Gufa” (Ahmadabad, 2011); “Art for Art’s Sake” (The Art Gallery, Gurgaon, 2008); “Art Heritage” (Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi, 2007); “Heart and Soul” (Delhi, 2004); “Six Women Show” (Bhopal & Ujjain, 2000); a show with Jehangir Art Gallery (Mumbai, 2000); and at Bharat Bhavan, Parliament Banquet Hall, Lalit Kala Akademi, Kanishka Art Gallery, Jehan Numa Art Gallery, and so on. She has participated in a number of art camps, and her artworks have been collected by several reputed institutions, such as Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha (Bhopal), NCZCC (Allahabad), Officers Mess Attract (Shimla), E.Alkazi- Art Heritage (New Delhi), Madhyam-Mural (Govt of MP), Rashtriya Lalit Kala Akademi (Bhubaneswar), Archaeology Department (Madhya Pradesh), and many other private collections in India and abroad. Ms. Jain is a recipient of several awards and felicitations including the Raza Foundation Award (2005), the 6th All India Camlin Award (Mumbai), the 68th Indian Academy of Fine Art Award (Amritsar), the All India Kala Akademi Award (Shimla); the 3rd All India Lokmanya Tilak Award (2002), the AIFACS State Award (2002), the State Award (2001 & 2000), the Raza Award (1998) and the Kalidas Award (1989). Sanju. Jain lives and works in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.