Thursday, 3 April 2014

A Modern Art On Patachitra Work Sarees Online

A Modern Art On Patachitra Work Sarees Online

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It is the traditional painting of Odisha, India. This paintings are taken from Hindu mythology specially inspired by jagannath and vaishanvacult.
Patachitra painting is one of the fantastic art forms of Orissa, India. From centuries this traditional art is carried in Orissa. This painting is often said to be the one of the best among the Orissa craft.

The Sanskrit word patachitra, pata means cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra is a form of painting that done on cloths. This are evolved in the Hindu culture and mythology. This traditional form of art developed and revolved in the Jagannath culture.
The themes of patachitra painting are mystical stories from Ramayana, Mahabharata and Radha-Krishna. The rich colours used like red, yellow, white, green, blue and block. The patachitra designs have different motifs and patterns.

This patachitra sarees are designed with the epic story of Ramayana of Ram and Sita Swayamvar and vanavas story on the pall with tribal art multi color border. The floral printed tribal art motifs, are suitable for parties and weddings. The tribal art with dancing children motifs and elephant printed floral border with village people having designer pallu gives a trendy look the wearer.
The Mahabharata story of Lord Krishna and Pandavs story is adorn in the designer pallu with tribal art contrasting border, suitable for weddings and religious functions. This art are apt for weddings, parties, traditional functions, and festivals to give a graceful look to the wearer.

Earlier done only on cloth canvas and traditional known to depict only religious and cultural aspects. Today patachitra artists are seen experimenting new mediums and themes. Having a reference in the earliest known treatise on painting called Chitralakshana this art form too finds its strong roots in the traditions of Lord Jagannath, the presiding deity of Orissa. These paintings have a ritualistic significance even to this day.
The palette of Patachitra artist consists of a diversity of colors such as red, white, blue, yellow, green and black. All these colors are derived from natural source. For black color lamp soot is used, yellow comes from Hartala stone, white is made from conch shells, red comes from Hingulal stone, blue comes from indigo and green is made from plants.

Then these extracts are cooked with gum from kaintha (elephant apple) fruit tree, and the colors become effortless to work with. The paint brushes to prepare these painting are classically made of the keya root. The improved ones have wooden handles and mouse hair is used to make them. The center of the brush has approximately a dozen long mouse hair. When these hairs are dipped in paint, they have a needle-point edge.
Symbolism used in patachitras for gods is very reasonable in terms of shape, form and accessories. Observing the continuity and resemblance in the images illustrated in the various patachitras is very easy. Borders in this painting differ from broad lines to geometrical patterns and flower-patterned depictions with elaborate detailing.

Further this sarees are very much famous in the Unnatisilks shop. Modern generations like to wear this kind of patachitra sarees. The fashionable trend carries such that it can flatter various body shapes and at the same time cotton saree is comfortable enough not to emphasize areas, but one prefers to keep covered.
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