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Kalamkari Workshop with Shruti Agarwal

Kalamkari Workshop with Shruti Agrawal

Kalamkari literally means “pen craft”. It is one of the most beautiful Indian art forms that involve block printing and hand printing is done on pieces of cotton fabrics and uses only natural colors and vegetable dyes. Kalamkari art originates from the state of Andhra Pradesh and was used to portray scenes from mythological texts

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Kerala Mural Motif Workshop

Kerala Mural Motif Workshop

Kerala’s Mural painting method is one of the ancient Indian art methods. The ancient temples and Palaces in the Indian state of Kerala have on display mural paintings dating back to the period between the 9th to 12th centuries. Primarily associated with representing ancient Puranic stories in a more alluring way, the Kerala Mural art

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Madhubani Bookmark Workshop with Divya Khatri

Madhubani Bookmark Workshop with Divya Khatri

Madhubani or Mithila painting is a style of painting that is practised in the Mithila region of Nepal and India. The painting is characterized by its eye-catching geometrical patterns. Mithila painting or Bhitti Chitra was discovered in 1934 when an earthquake hit Bihar. The British officer of the Madhubani district was William G Archer who

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