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Dharmendra is born in 1965 at Salari, Rajasthan. He has earned a Masters of Fine Arts (Painting), from Delhi College of Art, New Delhi (1993) and Diploma in Painting, Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur (1990).

As a child, Rathore was in awe of the colours and festivity around him. His most vivid memories of growing up are the colours in Rajasthan. The sounds of the musical instruments, the miniature paintings, and the colourful clothes- all inspired his creative instincts. Rathore has participated in several exhibitions both in India and abroad. His works have traveled to Denmark, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Mauritius and have been featured in exhibitions like - “Harmony Show”, “Save the Children” and “The Joy of Life”. He has also participated in the First Biennale of Contemporary Art held in Arad, Romania in May, 2005. He has also won various scholarships from AIFACS, Rajasthan Biennial, State Lalit Kala Academy and a fellowship from Ministry of Human Resource Development in appreciation of his works. Rathore commitment to art is also visible in his experience as an art restorer for over a decade.

Dharmendra Rathore’s works are in collection at the Glenbarra Art Museum Japan, Wolgon University of Australia, Ambassador of Denmark, Ambassador of Singapore, Mauritius, German Embassy, New Delhi, Sahitya Kala Parishad, College of Art, National Lalit Kala Akademi, DLF, Taj Hotel, Maurya Sheraton Hotel, Himachal Futuristic, Hero Cycles, Daewoo, Apollo Tyres, Samsung, Punj Group, Birla Group, Jindal Group, Oasis Communications, U.P.S.C, State Bank Of India, Jawahar Kala Kendra, J.D.A, State Kala Akademi, Jaipur and with many other eminent personalities in India, U.K, U.S.A, South Korea, Germany and Japan.