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Scenes from Bhagavata Purana
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Niranjan J
Scenes from Bhagavata Purana


- - Kalamkari derives its name from the word kalam, meaning a pen or brush, and kari, meaning craftsmanship, and traditionally referred to cotton fabrics on which patterns were hand painted with natural dyes. These fabrics were created primarily in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat, and were traded internationally, especially in exchange for spices in Southeast Asia, where they were used in rituals.

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  • Niranjan J
  • Scenes from Bhagavata Purana
  • Natural colour  on  cotton
  • 38 x 49.5 inĀ (96.7 x 126 cm)
  • Category: Painting
    Style: Folk and Tribal
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