Ramayana in Patachitra

Ramayana in Patachitra

$105.00

A number of beautiful scenes from the great epic Ramayana are being given a colourful depiction in the beautiful painting made in the pattern of the Pata style. Ramayan has significant bearings in the life of the people of the country even today and Lord Ram and His wife Sita are worshipped by the tens of millions of Hindus. Derived from the Sanskrit words patta (a piece of cloth), chitra (painting or picture), Patachitra is a folk art form drawn on a piece of silk, cotton or any other fabric, portraying traditional motifs and imageries of religion and society.

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A number of beautiful scenes from the great epic Ramayana are being given a colourful depiction in the beautiful painting made in the pattern of the Pata style. Ramayan has significant bearings in the life of the people of the country even today and Lord Ram and His wife Sita are worshipped by the tens of millions of Hindus. Derived from the Sanskrit words patta (a piece of cloth), chitra (painting or picture), Patachitra is a folk art form drawn on a piece of silk, cotton or any other fabric, portraying traditional motifs and imageries of religion and society.

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