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    Bright colors prepared from natural herbs and seeds capture the effusive mood that reigns over Santhal people. They make up one of the largest tribes spread across the states of West Bengal Bihar Orissa Assam and Jharkhand. Manoranjan Chitrakar depicts women and men dancing - even their pets! After a long day's hard work Santhal peoples love to relax by dancing to light music. The Indian artist paints on paper which he pastes on cotton fabric recycled from saris thus keeping a millinery artistic tradition alive. The word pata is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word meaning cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra means picture painted on cloth and it refers to a storytelling tradition originating in the Medinipur region of West Bengal. The painter community is called Patua and all of the artists bear the same last name Chitrakar meaning painter. Through this unique art form the bard presents the story with pictures while simultaneously narrating a song called Pater Gaan. Patuas use colors extracted from various trees leaves fruits flowers seeds and clay. Traditionally their themes revolved around mythological stories but the newer generations of Patuas paint about contemporary social issues ranging from violence against women to climate change. They are deftly capturing the changing times. Patachitra artists once had a unique style of presenting their craft: they would go to different villages singing and telling the stories within the paintings with song and ethos to these themes. Interestingly despite the fact they all belonged to the Muslim community and practiced Islam faith they all painted about Hindu gods and goddesses and sang songs in their praise. They did not see their religious beliefs as a barrier to their craft.
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    Patachitra is a traditional storytelling method of India's West Bengal involving oral histories combined with paintings. Swarna Chitrakar comes from a specialized class of artist painting the images used in Patachitra storytelling. Painted with natural dye on ivory tree paper this piece depicts the Hindu god Ganesh alongside his consort Kalabou who takes the form of a banyan tree. Ganesha is a figure of great mysticism in Hindu traditions and his marital status a topic of great discussion and debate as reflected here in this piece. The word pata is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word meaning cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra means picture painted on cloth and it refers to a storytelling tradition originating in the Medinipur region of West Bengal. The painter community is called Patua and all of the artists bear the same last name Chitrakar meaning painter. Through this unique art form the bard presents the story with pictures while simultaneously narrating a song called Pater Gaan. Patuas use colors extracted from various trees leaves fruits flowers seeds and clay. Traditionally their themes revolved around mythological stories but the newer generations of Patuas paint about contemporary social issues ranging from violence against women to climate change. They are deftly capturing the changing times. Patachitra artists once had a unique style of presenting their craft: they would go to different villages singing and telling the stories within the paintings with song and ethos to these themes. Interestingly despite the fact they all belonged to the Muslim community and practiced Islam faith they all painted about Hindu gods and goddesses and sang songs in their praise. They did not see their religious beliefs as a barrier to their craft.
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    Inspired by the beauty of nature this painting depicts a flock of peacocks in various colors. India's Swarna Chitrakar paints this piece in the patachitra style which is a form of storytelling that blends oral traditions with visual imagery. The word pata is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word meaning cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra means picture painted on cloth and it refers to a storytelling tradition originating in the Medinipur region of West Bengal. The painter community is called Patua and all of the artists bear the same last name Chitrakar meaning painter. Through this unique art form the bard presents the story with pictures while simultaneously narrating a song called Pater Gaan. Patuas use colors extracted from various trees leaves fruits flowers seeds and clay. Traditionally their themes revolved around mythological stories but the newer generations of Patuas paint about contemporary social issues ranging from violence against women to climate change. They are deftly capturing the changing times. Patachitra artists once had a unique style of presenting their craft: they would go to different villages singing and telling the stories within the paintings with song and ethos to these themes. Interestingly despite the fact they all belonged to the Muslim community and practiced Islam faith they all painted about Hindu gods and goddesses and sang songs in their praise. They did not see their religious beliefs as a barrier to their craft.
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    This impressive painting depicts a wild Bengal tiger known as the pride of India. Montu Chitrakar belonging to a specialized class of artists paints this piece with natural dye on ivory tree paper in the traditional patachitra style which blends oral storytelling with visual imagery. The artist's tiger paintings have been used by the WWF for their Save The Tiger project. The word pata is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word meaning cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra means picture painted on cloth and it refers to a storytelling tradition originating in the Medinipur region of West Bengal. The painter community is called Patua and all of the artists bear the same last name Chitrakar meaning painter. Through this unique art form the bard presents the story with pictures while simultaneously narrating a song called Pater Gaan. Patuas use colors extracted from various trees leaves fruits flowers seeds and clay. Traditionally their themes revolved around mythological stories but the newer generations of Patuas paint about contemporary social issues ranging from violence against women to climate change. They are deftly capturing the changing times. Patachitra artists once had a unique style of presenting their craft: they would go to different villages singing and telling the stories within the paintings with song and ethos to these themes. Interestingly despite the fact they all belonged to the Muslim community and practiced Islam faith they all painted about Hindu gods and goddesses and sang songs in their praise. They did not see their religious beliefs as a barrier to their craft.
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    Mighty Shiva and the lovely Durga appear together in this bright patachitra painting by Manoranjan Chitrakar. He depicts Shiva representing victory over evil as well as calmness of human nature and Durga the goddess beyond reach riding Nandi the bull--symbol of happiness. They are surrounded by the trishul fork the drum and the cobra usually associated with Shiva. The Indian artist prepares the natural colors with local herbs and seeds and paints on paper which he then pastes on cotton fabric recycled from saris thus keeping a millinery artistic tradition alive. The word pata is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word meaning cloth and chitra means picture. Patachitra means picture painted on cloth and it refers to a storytelling tradition originating in the Medinipur region of West Bengal. The painter community is called Patua and all of the artists bear the same last name Chitrakar meaning painter. Through this unique art form the bard presents the story with pictures while simultaneously narrating a song called Pater Gaan. Patuas use colors extracted from various trees leaves fruits flowers seeds and clay. Traditionally their themes revolved around mythological stories but the newer generations of Patuas paint about contemporary social issues ranging from violence against women to climate change. They are deftly capturing the changing times. Patachitra artists once had a unique style of presenting their craft: they would go to different villages singing and telling the stories within the paintings with song and ethos to these themes. Interestingly despite the fact they all belonged to the Muslim community and practiced Islam faith they all painted about Hindu gods and goddesses and sang songs in their praise. They did not see their religious beliefs as a barrier to their craft.
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