This Pattachitra represents the Asthabhuja Ganpati.
Pattachitra style of painting has originated in Odisha. The village houses talented artists who work day and night to create these unique paintings and keep the legacy alive. These paintings are an attempt at “Recreating the Historical tales through paints and brushes.”
Each painting is a unique recreation of different religious sequences and events. The paintings recite different stories about various religious anecdotes. Decorated with extensive details, this is a painting of the Krishna Leela.
In the 1940s, an American lady Ms. Helena Zealy tried to help promote the art overseas. She held exhibitions in America and gave the artists a global market to showcase their art.
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If you think the historical and traditional value is the only reason to buy them, let us give you a few more reasons. These paintings are more than 1000 years old legacy that the artists are trying hard to preserve. Buying them would not just increase the demand but also keep this dying art alive for future generations. Not just this, but these paintings are all “Made in India” products.
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