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    Bamboo Art Painting
    Bamboo Paintings (Framed) 899.00

    Bamboo Art Paintings are prevalent in North East Region of India. Craftsmen work on several types of Bamboo products such as furniture, fabric items, toys, bowls and craft boxes, wind chimes, lamps and lanterns, baskets, mats and decorative items.

    Among the huge range of products, bamboo paintings stand out as the most beautiful decorative piece. Thin strips of bamboo wood are cut to form frames for screens and panels. The paper sketches are pasted on the bamboo screens. 

    Note: It’s normal for Bamboo materials to deform with time and moisture. This doesn’t affect the beauty of these handmade natural decor items.

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    Lord Shiva bamboo painting
    Bamboo Rama Paintings (Framed) 899.00

    Bamboo Art Paintings are prevalent in North East Region of India. Craftsmen work on several types of Bamboo products such as furniture, fabric items, toys, bowls and craft boxes, wind chimes, lamps and lanterns, baskets, mats and decorative items.

    Among the huge range of products, bamboo paintings stand out as the most beautiful decorative piece. Thin strips of bamboo wood are cut to form frames for screens and panels. The paper sketches are pasted on the bamboo screens. 

    Note: It’s normal for Bamboo materials to deform with time and moisture. This doesn’t affect the beauty of these handmade natural decor items.

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    Enlightened Buddha Pattachitra painting 1,349.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Framed Pattachitra painting 1,249.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Framed Pattachitra painting 1,249.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Ganesha Pattachitra painting 1,349.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Gond Art painting for home decoration 1,299.00

    Gond Art painting for home decoration originated in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This folk art of painting is practised by the Gond tribe.

    Gond art painting is created out of articulately drawn lines and dots, which signifies the continuation of life. These patterns of dots and lines create a sense of movement in the still-painted images. The vibrant colours used in the paintings are naturally obtained from sources like flowers or stone.

    This unique artwork can be used as home decor wall paintings or as a  collection of traditional artefacts.

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    jute painting of temple
    Home decor wall painting – Jute Temple scenery portrait 3,499.00

    You would never have seen a unique art such as jute paintings. It’s so mesmerizing and beautiful that we guarantee breathtaking reviews from anyone who sees these paintings at your home or offices.

    This unique craftmanship is restricted to small regions of Bengal and it is very hard to find these paintings in the open market. It takes almost 15 to 20 days for carving out a single painting and the hard work of artisans is clearly visible in their work.

    The jute paintings are 100% natural and biodegradable keeping the environment green and clean also giving a natural and soothing look to the interiors. These are perfect to give different look to your home, restaurants, hotels, and offices.

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    Jute handmade Painting
    Jute handmade Painting
    Jute handmade Painting – Crane portrait 3,999.00

    You would never have seen a unique art such as jute paintings. It’s so mesmerizing and beautiful that we guarantee breathtaking reviews from anyone who sees these paintings at your home or offices.

    This unique craftmanship is restricted to small regions of Bengal and it is very hard to find these paintings in the open market. It takes almost 15 to 20 days for carving out a single painting and the hard work of artisans is clearly visible in their work.

    The jute paintings are 100% natural and biodegradable keeping the environment green and clean also giving a natural and soothing look to the interiors. These are perfect to give different look to your home, restaurants, hotels, and offices.

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    Krishna Gopika Pattachitra painting 849.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Maa Durga handcrafted Jute Painting
    Maa Durga handcrafted Jute Painting
    Maa Durga handcrafted Jute Painting 3,999.00

    You would never have seen a unique art such as jute paintings. It’s so mesmerizing and beautiful that we guarantee breathtaking reviews from anyone who sees these paintings at your home or offices.

    This unique craftmanship is restricted to small regions of Bengal and it is very hard to find these paintings in the open market. It takes almost 15 to 20 days for carving out a single painting and the hard work of artisans is clearly visible in their work.

    The jute paintings are 100% natural and biodegradable keeping the environment green and clean also giving a natural and soothing look to the interiors. These are perfect to give different look to your home, restaurants, hotels, and offices.

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    Madhubani painting
    Madhubani painting
    Madhubani painting ( pack of 3 ) 1,799.00

    Madhubani or Mithila Painting is a style of Indian painting practiced in Mithila region of Indian subcontinent created by tools like twigs, brushes, nib pens and match sticks including fingers, using natural dyes and pigments. It is characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns filled with bright colours and contrasts.

    Madhubani art has five distinctive styles: Bharni, Kachni, Tantrik, Godna and Kohbar. Mithila paintings are an expression of a woman’s joys, sorrows, her stories, beliefs, songs and routine. The art derives its name from the village Madhubani – “the forest of honey” in Bihar where the tradition of decorating walls and floors of homes and important locations in the village were a norm since ancient times. The art form replicates the intricate relationship between humans and nature.

    Legend says that King Janaka ordered for decoration of Mithila for his daughter Mithili’s marriage when the art form was used to depict life and nature and good luck for couple. Madhubani painting is a symbolic of India’s ancient mythology, rich culture and a tribute to Mother Nature.

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    Nirmal Artwork Wood Canvas Painting 1,799.00

    Nirmal paintings are a popular unique art form from the state of Telangana. This art can be traced back to the 14th century being practised by Naqash (Known specialist of Nirmal art or the one who carves on wood).

    The process starts with cutting a piece of wood and carving it into a rectangular frame which works as a canvas for the painting. The next step is to lacquer the wood surface, and then the specific design is painted. Paintings are done with bright colours, and the final touches are made through gold texture.

    The colours for the paintings are extracted from minerals, herbs and various other plants. These paintings acquire a special muted glow with time, making them a perfect piece of art for the collection. These can also fit perfectly if you search for canvas painting for home decoration.

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    Pattachitra painting 1,250.00

    Pattachitra derives its etymology from words Patta and Chitra meaning Cloth and Picture. The art form is traditionally practiced by painting on the cloth. The artists creating the craft are so well versed with the craft that they typically do not use any pencil or charcoal to create outlines but rather go by free hand style. Historically, the art form is known from the cult of Lord Jagannath Temple in Odisha.

    This art has been famous for using natural colors and production processes. Artists devote their utmost patience and dedication in creating each painting by their own hands. They coat them with natural protective ingredients to protect from any damage.

    Pattachitra has been traditionally been renowned for its intricate details and inscribed folktales and mythological narratives passed over the generations. They are also known for the multicolored manifestation of flora and fauna of the region.

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    Peacock Jute painting 2,999.00

    You would never have seen a unique art such as jute paintings. It’s so mesmerizing and beautiful that we guarantee breathtaking reviews from anyone who sees these paintings at your home or offices.

    This unique craftmanship is restricted to small regions of Bengal and it is very hard to find these paintings in the open market. It takes almost 15 to 20 days for carving out a single painting and the hard work of artisans is clearly visible in their work.

    The jute paintings are 100% natural and biodegradable keeping the environment green and clean also giving a natural and soothing look to the interiors. These are perfect to give different look to your home, restaurants, hotels, and offices.

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    Peacock Madhubani painting 890.00

    Madhubani or Mithila Painting is a style of Indian painting practiced in Mithila region of Indian subcontinent created by tools like twigs, brushes, nib pens and match sticks including fingers, using natural dyes and pigments. It is characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns filled with bright colours and contrasts.

    Madhubani art has five distinctive styles: Bharni, Kachni, Tantrik, Godna and Kohbar. Mithila paintings are an expression of a woman’s joys, sorrows, her stories, beliefs, songs and routine. The art derives its name from the village Madhubani – “the forest of honey” in Bihar where the tradition of decorating walls and floors of homes and important locations in the village were a norm since ancient times. The art form replicates the intricate relationship between humans and nature.

    Legend says that King Janaka ordered for decoration of Mithila for his daughter Mithili’s marriage when the art form was used to depict life and nature and good luck for couple. Peacock Madhubani painting is symbolic of India’s ancient mythology, rich culture and a tribute to Mother Nature.

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