POTLI Handmade Ganjifa Wall Art Frame ( Balaram)
This exquisite set of wall art draws inspiration from Dashavatar Ganjifa cards of 16th Century, drawn in Pattachitra style of Art from Odisha. This wall art depicts the First incarnation in which the Hindu God of Creation Vishnu revealed himself , Balaram. The card has been carefully hand crafted and hand painted by the Chitrakaars (skilled artists) of Odisha. The card has been made through an intricate and long process using old cotton saris , and then painted delicately using squirrel hair brushes and crushed stone colours. . 100% Handmade - Handcrafted from the ground up - preparation of the paper to the painting and finishing of the cards. Craft type - Ganjifa and Pattachitra.About Craft -This exclusive set of Dashavtar Ganjifa is painted in Pattachitra style of Odisha. Each card has been carefully hand crafted and hand painted by the Chitrakaars (skilled artists) of Odisha. Each card has been made through an intricate and long process using old cotton saris , and then painted delicately using squirrel hair brushes and crushed stone colours. Package Inclusions - One Handmade and handpainted wall hanging.Care Instructions- water resistant but not water proof. Keep away from long exposure to sun and water.Potli is a member of FAIR TRADE FORUM-India. We follow all FAIR TRADE Practices laid down by the Forum.< /p >
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