Dipti's powerful paintings brought a new life and energy to the Consulate of India. She truly represents the talent of our community in USA. Her exhibition which was seen by a large number of visitors was widely  appreciated for its freshness, vibrant colors, themes and style. Through her artworks she is serving our society. 

My Best Wishes.

Dnyaneshwar Mulay
Consul General of India, New York
Former High Commissioner of India in Maldives, Author, Columnist

Date: 17 Dec 2014
Dipti – Your artwork reminds us that we must confront the issues of domestic violence and child abuse – here in our own country and the globe. 

Milly Silva
Former Democratic candidate for NJ  Lt. Governor, 1199SEIU Executive Vice President

Date: 08 Nov 2014
It was indeed a great pleasure meeting Dipti Kulkarni at the Consulate General of India New York. I was deeply impressed by her commitment to the cause of empowerment of women, Her paintings and poetry both reflected her deep commitment and passion to the upliftment of women. The vivid colours of her paintings and beautiful words of her poetry penetrate deep into the heart. Indian civilization and ethos accord divine status to women which unfortunate got eroded over centuries. In this context I congratulate Dipti for taking up this great task for restoration of dignity of women. I wish her the very best in this noble mission.

Gauri Shankar Gupta
High Commissioner of India to Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Dominica and Montserrat

Date: 14 Jan 2015
I have enjoyed seeing the wonderfully sensitive paintings of Dipti Kulkarni. Through her art, she has brought focus on the situations of women in India and the world and also given us hope for the future ahead. 

Nirupama Rao
Indian Ambassador to USA, Indian Foreign Secretary

Date: 16 Jan 2014
Thank you so much for your powerful images and your dedication to women’s equality!  
My Best,  

Terry O’Neill  
National NOW President 

Date: 08 Nov 2014
Dipti's work portrays emotions that women go through as a part of what I would unfortunately call the "Occupational Hazard" of being a woman in this day and age. She has captured and trapped these emotions in her works so well that no amount of words would ever be able to describe them in this way. This isn't just the story of Indian women but women all over the world. Dipti's art brings attention to and raises awareness which is always an important first step towards a more positive direction and a cure.

Atiya Hasan
Editor-In-Chief l Brown Girl Magazine

Date: 09 Nov 2014
Dipti – Thanks a million for sharing your powerful artwork with us. I love the way women’s emotions are captured by your work.

Deb Huber,
President NOW-NJ

Date: 08 Nov 2014
It was great pleasure working with you on Rangadeep 2014 project. Marathi Vishwa is fortunate to have an artist like you. Please continue to pursue your good work and we will support you in every possible way we can. 

Vilas Savargaonkar 
Marathi Vishwa President

Date: 21 Nov 2014
I am very impressed with your artwork for women and about women that sensitizes our community about the struggle women must embrace and change in our society. God Bless. 

Maretta Short 
NOW-NJ Ex-President

Date: 08 Nov 2014
Thank you for participating in the NOW NJ conference. Your work is gorgeous and speaks volumes about the lives of women. You are an inspiration and a wonderful artist. Keep up the great work!

Michelle McMullen
NOW NJ Treasurer

Date: 08 Nov 2014