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GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

 GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT
Punchwork (app)

Moti Bharat

Rogan art

Kwool namda

Ajrakh impression art.

Beetle smearing

Olia

Awning and feathering

Tattooing

RASE Sankheda's lathe work

Construction work

Tangalia shawl

Worker style murals

Warli painting

Pictures on tarpaulins and Jain style or even pen. Painting of Rathva tribes: Pithora

Shilawat painting style (Salati)
Rogan art

Rogan is designed by color on this fabric in art, the real beauty of this art has been in its design. The solution used in the art of disease is prepared in a very interesting way. In which castor oil is boiled for twelve (12) hours then it is mixed in cold water and the resulting thick liquid is called disease, which has a glue-like condition, and in which natural dyes are obtained and used. Is. The method of designing this disease requires a lot of labor. Nirona village in Kutch Nakhtrana taluka is the only village in the country where the art of Rogan is still alive today. Rogan (and some traditional compositions indicate origin in Iran) In 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the U.S. Visited the White House, and gave President Obama and two disease paintings. He was painted by National Award winner Abdul Gafoor Khatri.

Ajrakh impression art

The word ajrakh means to beautify, ajrakh imprint art is a popular art of Kutch. In Arabic it means blue or brown. The Khatri people of Kutch have traditionally maintained the lineage. Ajarakh is the main center of art. This art is believed to have originated in Jaisalmer in the 18th century. According to popular legend, Ajarakh means "Keep it today".
Olia

In Gujarat, from the Middle Ages till today, people of Garoda, Medhwala caste are depicted

People used to travel from village to village carrying storytelling costumes, and the stories depicted in these costumes are heard by the people. Picture This style is known as Olia. Besides, the thief of Chundadia Brahmin village gathers people by playing a bronze plate and tells an illustrated story. Oliya painting is mentioned in medieval Jain as well as Buddhist tradition. The painting style on cloth is Udyotan Suri which is found in the Kuvalayamala Katha composed by Jainmuni.
GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT



Warli painting:

This painting bears a resemblance to the cave paintings of Madhya Pradesh Bhimbetka

Therefore, one can speculate that this painting may have existed from 500 to 2000 BC. This painting is mainly promoted by the people of Warli and Kunkana castes living on the border of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Paintings of Warli and Kunkana people in Umargam Dharampur and Dangs in South Gujarat are popularly known as Warli painting. Warli is a mural painted on the festival of Nagpanchami. Nagpuja is very important among the Warli and Kunkana tribes. On the day of Nagpanchami, the sun, moon, scorpion, peacock and a picture of a tree with a snake deity are drawn on the house pin with rice flour, mat heels and bamboo rods. Looking at these pictures, there is no danger or calamity on the family
GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

There is a folk belief that does not come. These pictures are drawn using triangles. Mainly in Gujarat

Dang is the connoisseur of blacks in the district.

The paintings on the tarpaulins are also known as Jain style or Kalam.  After the 11th century, a new style of painting has developed in Gujarat and was known as Tadpatra Chitra style. Are identified. The oldest manuscript of Tadpatra in Gujarat is Nishith Churni Jain Manuscript of Samvat 115. It is a specimen of Tadpatra Chitra Kala.
Kamgar style murals: This style was developed during the Mughal period. This is a mural art. In the century, some families of the 'Kamangar' caste migrated to Bhuj in Gujarat and Maharaja Lakhpat Singh of Kutch promoted the art. They were mainly used to prepare war materials for the Mughal army, from time to time they were referred to as 'Kamagar', and their art was known as Kamangari art, although Muslim families were more closely associated with the artisans, Ramayana and Mahabharata.

In North Gujarat, there are 14 tribal communities like Bhil, Ghodia, Chaudhary, Dhanka, Kunkanavarli, Nayakda, Kolcha, Kotwaliya, Bamcha, Pardhi, Pimla, and Kathodi in an area of ​​20,000 miles from Data to Nam in the Aravalli mountain range. . Painting is a reflection of one of his paintings covering religious beliefs customs and occasions in everyday life.

Warli painting:

The painting bears a resemblance to the cave paintings of Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh. is coming. Warali in Umargam Dharampur and Dang in South Gujarat and

Paintings of Kunkana people are popularly known as Warli Chitrakala. Warli is a mural painted on the festival of Nagpanchami. Nagpuja is very important among the Warli and Kunkana tribes. To get protection from a poisonous animal like Nag, on the day of Nagpanchami, a picture of a sun, moon, scorpion, peacock and tree with a snake deity is drawn on the pins of the house with rice flour, saad rah and bamboo rods. There is a popular belief that looking at these pictures does not bring any crisis or calamity on the family.

These pictures are drawn using triangles. In Gujarat, mainly in Dang district, this black is known.
Art tradition of murals of Gujarat. The credit for bringing murals of Gujarat before the world goes to Rajvi Vakht Singh Thakor of Bhavnagar.

As color: red from yellow, yellow from clay, brown from throat, black from soot, white from chalk. Glue and milk were used for Jano.

Shihor's murals:

In memory of the conquest of Chittal by Vakhtsinh Thakor (Atabhai) in Bawan Patta (Ganjifa based color paintings were made in England, the effect of which can still be seen on the walls of the palaces of Sihor today.
GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

Kutch Rabari, Muslims and Harijans work clay sculptures on their houses and on the walls of Khorda and Bhunga. This Lipan sculpture of Kutch has become very famous. Rabari women and Muslim and Harijan men know the art of this work.
Tangalia Shawl

This 200 year old art belongs to Surendranagar district. With which the marriage story of a shepherd and a weaver couple is connected. Currently this shawl dangsia

Are prepared by people. Too much to promote this style

Attempts have been made to get this style and global indication tag. 

GUJARAT KALA, SANSKRUTIK, VARSO BY DRASHTI GUJARAT

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