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Pattachitra Painting on Tussar Silk- Radha Krishna

1,210.00

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  Income for artisan: 266.00   |      Days of employment: 0.8

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266.00 | Income for artisan/s

₹ 266.00 profit for artisan collective

550.00 | Raw Materials

Framing, Patti Paper and Natural Colours

56.00 | Impact partner

Training, design, Admin cost and Support services for Artisan(s)

44.00 | Fulfillment

Packaging, Payment gateway and Holding inventory

164.00 | Rang De Habba platform

Online marketplace, Product photography, Staff and Customer support

130.00 | GST
1,210.00

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Features

  • Material : Patti Paper and Natural Colours
  • Dimensions : 14" X 11" (In Inches)

Care and Description


Description

One of the earliest indigenous folk art form Pattachitra. The paintings are mediums of storytelling, elaborating on the Hindu mythology particularly depicting the tales of Lord Krishna- who is believed to be an avatar of Lord Vishnu. This one in its exotic strokes, celebrates the ethereal romance of Radha and Krishna. The beauty of the painting is that it is done on the finest Tussar silk material. The bright vibrant colours used are all extracted from natural dyes by artists in Raghurajpur, Odisha.

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Meet the community partner

Darbar Sahitya Sansad (DSS)

Darbar Sahitya Sansad (DSS) is a society formed in 1982 - a people's court for social justice, on a platform of young and literary people. DSS works in 146 villages across 3 districts of Odisha, primarily focusing on livelihood generation and disaster management.The programmes like micro financing, SHG promotion, entrepreneurship development, training and capacity building, disaster relief, rehabilitation, disaster preparedness, weather education at school, promoting agro based women cooperatives, dairy cooperatives, handicraft cooperatives etc have been taken up in recent past.