Dancing Ganesha Maroon Pattachitra
Dancing Ganesha Maroon Pattachitra (S)
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The art of Pattachitra paintings emerged from Puri in Odisha. Legend has it that local artists in the Puri region began painting images of the temple deities on a piece of cloth. This practice started so as to give the temple deities a break after the annual ritual bath.
This form of painting on cloth came to be known as Pattachitra, Patta meaning Cloth and Chitra meaning Painting.
The Pattachitra from Odisha on display is portraying Lord Ganesha in Lord Krishna's dancing pose. The intricately done designs and the use of natural colours enhance the beauty of the painting.
To learn more about the art form, watch the video.

Product Details

Quantity: 1 piece without frame

Size: 5x7 inches

Material: Natural colours on cloth

Colour info: Colours on the actual product may vary slightly

Care instructions: Keep away from direct sunlight, moisture, water and other liquids. For best results, keep in frame with glass.

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Pattachitra
A traditional art form from Odisha that depicts the divine through painted tales
Odisha
Pattachitra artists are based in Raghurajpur, Puri, Paralakhemundi, Chikiti and Sonepur villages of Odisha and small villages in West Bengal.
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A traditional art form from Odisha that depicts the divine through painted tales