Arts enlivened!

Sohrai painting

Sohrai painting, In the times of yore, Sohrai art represented the traditional festival of winter harvest. Undergoing dramatic evolution, today this art beautifully adorns the major walls of the city of Ranchi, Bokaro, Dhanbad and others. It envelops several themes and concepts in itself including Swachh Bharat mission, Beti bachao, environmental conservation etc.

Saura Art

Saura Art, Originally related to the Sauda tribals of the state of Orissa, the Saura form of murals are particularly known for drawing spiritual and ceremonial references. The modern manifestations of the art may invite some innovative touch while still holding some traditional painting strokes.

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Bengal Art

Bengali paintings, Bright colours at play is definitely the most striking feature of Bengali paintings. These paintings have been usually linked to rituals & beliefs, legends, social prejudices and the likes. The art of Bengal was enriched by changes in ruling authority giving rise to diverse range of handicrafts, masks, painting and carvings.

Dokra art

Dokra art, From the heart of West Bengal comes an art so eternal, it is cast in the absoluteness of metal. An ancient method of making metal artefacts, Dhokra art goes back 5000 years. What’s shocking, however, is that this tribal art form, done by the traditional metalsmiths of Bengal.

Kalighat painting

Kalidas painting, Kālidāsa was a Classical Sanskrit writer, widely regarded as the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit language of India. His plays and poetry are primarily based on the Vedas, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and the Puranas.

Madhubani painting

Madhubani painting, is one of the many famous Indian art forms. As it is practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar and Nepal, it is called Mithila or Madhubani art. Often characterized by complex geometrical patterns, these paintings are known for representing ritual content for particular occasions, including festivals, religious rituals, etc.