Abandoned house that’s turning into an art project

A house in central India that’s become a tourist attraction in the past two years has become a focal point for a new art project by local artists.

In November, the house at a remote village in the state of Karnataka became a popular spot for visitors to buy a house, a popular topic among tourists.

In the past, the owners of the house sold the land to the local village, who turned the house into an artist’s work, the National Geographic blog reports.

The work, entitled “The Artist’s House,” was commissioned by the Karnataka Land Authority, and is the first in a series of art projects that are taking place across India, the blog notes.

It’s a very popular topic for people in Karnataka.

The houses have become a very important topic of conversation among tourists,” local artist Prashant Bhushan told the National Post.

The house, located in the village of Ghatkoparam, was the first home owned by a non-Indian in the town of 500.

But, it has attracted the attention of the art community of Karnashiram, a state in northeastern India, which is home to some of the country’s most iconic artworks.

The city of Bengaluru has also become known for its famous murals and sculptures, and some of its most popular artworks have also become a fixture on the streets of the city.

The artist, who asked that his name be withheld for security reasons, hopes to continue the project.”

I’ve been working at the house for a couple of months now and it’s very exciting for me.”