Pattachitra Painting of Coronation of Ram (24"X18") PCP-042

₹7,600.00
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PCP-042

SKU: PCP-042


Pattachitra Painting depicting the popular theme of the coronation of Lord Ram in Ayodhya. All the distinct characters from Ramayana , along with Ram and Sita, can be seen. The intricacy with which the story of Ramayana has been drawn on a piece of canvas, shows the skill and dedication of the Artist .This level of intricacy can be done only by highly skilled Chitrakars.

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Since it is hand painted/etched using natural colours, sharp pen and brush on a palm strip, there could be some inaccuracies, lack of symmetry and proportion, colour mismatch or irregularities, and other aspects of human limitations.

Size of the painted area in Inches: 24” X18"

Comes in unframed form


Delivery Time and Shipping Cost:
Delivery time is 5-7 working days within India. Shipping within India is free.

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Pattachitra is one of the distinct form of traditional hand-painting in Odisha ,which have been continuously in existence for almost 800 years. The themes and motifs of Pattachitra center around Lord Jagannath and the Vaishnava cult, mainly taken from the epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata. Sometimes the themes are also based on folklores and regional festivals.
In modern times this amazing art of Pattachitra has been kept alive by the traditional Painter-community known as "Chitrakaras” who live in and around Raghurajpur village of Puri district in Odisha.

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SKU PCP-042
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