Pattachitra Painting – Maakhan Chor


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Pattachitra Paintings from Odisha or Orissa is one of the oldest form of paintings in India, traditionally , this art form was only depicted on cloth, but over a period of time it has slowly evolved on different media and many artistes their own versions of Pattachitra.

Pattachitra paintings are mostly based on characters from Hindu mythology, they are mostly inspired by the old murals of temples of Bhubaneshwar, Konark and Puri, dating back to 5th century BC.

This painting depicts a scene from the story of how lord Krishna along with his friends stole butter from Mother Yashodha’s kitchen.

These paintings framed against a background of rich, handwoven cotton-silk cloth are sure add an ethnic touch to your contemporary urban homes or will make a lovely frame on your little temple wall at home.

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Weight 0.75 kg
Dimensions 31.5 × 31.5 × 31.5 cm


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