Tag: folk art

This pata-chitra – cloth painting, rendered in vertical format on a fine piece of cloth, a blend of mercerized cotton and silk, using primarily the blue and black and the... Read More

Radha is an inseparable part of Lord Krishna. In this section, portraits of their togetherness abound, each one depicting a hitherto unexpressed aspect. The one you see on this page... Read More

The undying image of Radha-Krishna’s togetherness is a favorite with makers of devotional art. The Radha Krishna-Madhubani Painting you see on this page depicts the amorous couple within the body... Read More

It did not take long for the charming Lord Krishna to become a favourite with the young milkmaids (gopiyaan) of Vrindavan when, at the tender age of eleven, He was... Read More

You will be mesmerized by the extricate creativity of this Kalamkari art form; the use of traditional red and white color combination with the black lines defining its features enhances... Read More

Ganesha is the most primitive deity revered in Hinduism for his characteristic nature of remover of obstacles and the widely popular patron of arts and sciences. His leelas are full... Read More