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Learn Pichwai Painting With Rooftop’s Pichwai Maestro Course

In the past, you may have stumbled upon colourful Pichwai motifs of cows below a tree, similar to the ones in the below picture. This famous style of painting is a traditional motif of the spiritual art form of Pichwai painting. The art style is delicate, desi, and decidedly spiritual. Pichwai art was traditionally passed

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Indian food paintings

Indian Food Paintings: A Visual Treat

From the Rogan josh of Kashmir to the banana chips of Tamil Nadu, Indian food is a vibrant mosaic of regional cuisines, with each reflecting its people’s rich heritage. Food has always held a special place in Indian culture;  intertwined with traditions, rituals, and daily life. With a history as rich as its curries, India’s

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5 Pichwai Artists of India Whose Artworks Reign Supreme

Welcome to the mesmerising world of Pichwai art, a cherished Indian art form that has enthralled art lovers for centuries. Pichwai paintings are renowned for their intricate details, vibrant colours, and spiritual themes. They narrate the divine stories of Lord Krishna (also known as Shrinathji), particularly his enchanting escapades in Vrindavan. In this blog, Rooftop explores

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Rajaram Sharma - Pichwai artist

Rooftop App Artist Spotlight: Rajaram Sharma (Pichwai Painting)

From Apprentice to Master – The evolution of an artist Rajaram Sharma left home at 13 to pursue his calling to be a Pichwai artist. He trained under the aegis of eminent artists of the Nathdwara tradition. Today he is considered a master of Pichwai and Miniature painting. Born in Bijolia, Rajasthan, Rajaram Sharma was

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Seasonal Rhythms of Pichwai Painting

The seasonal rhythms of the Pichwai painting depict the variety of this textile according to season and festivals. These devotional pieces of textiles were birthed 400 years ago in a small town called Nathdwara, near Udaipur in Rajasthan,

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