Bheenth Chitra, literally translated as wall drawings is a type of wall art in India. The motifs are large, clear and very distinct. Brush strokes are thick and fairly linear. This unique wall art uses a beautiful mix of geometrical and ethnic motifs

Bheenth Chitra - A unique Indian tribal wall art style (Step by step guide)

Bheenth Chitra, literally translated as wall drawings is a type of wall art in India. The motifs are large, clear and very distinct. Brush strokes are thick and fairly linear. This unique wall art uses a beautiful mix of geometrical and ethnic motifs

Rangoli Padikolam for friday freehand | m.iKolam.com

Padikolam for friday

Astadal Kamal- Astadal Kamal : Astadal Kamal is the Aipan that is drawn at the place of a Havan (sacred fire). Its design includes an octagonal figure with lotus petals, and a Swastika in the middle.This are depicted below.

Astadal Kamal- Astadal Kamal : Astadal Kamal is the Aipan that is drawn at the place of a Havan (sacred fire). Its design includes an octagonal figure with lotus petals, and a Swastika in the middle.This are depicted below.

Aipen Design, Traditional Art, indian Art, Kumaon Art.

Aipen Design, Traditional Art, indian Art, Kumaon Art.

Aipan | Conservation of Art on Behance

Aipan | Conservation of Art on Behance

Aipan - Traditional art of Kumaon

Aipan - Traditional art of Kumaon

aipan

aipan

Rangoli, is present in different forms all over India; but is known by different names in different parts of the country. Rangoli art is known by the following names:       • Alpana (West Bengal)      • Aripan (Bihar)     • Aipan (Uttarakhand)     • Jhoti or Chita (Orissa)      • Kolam (Tamil Nadu)      • Muggu (Andhra Pradesh,      • Madana (Rajasthan)     • Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)     • Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)

Rangoli, is present in different forms all over India; but is known by different names in different parts of the country. Rangoli art is known by the following names: • Alpana (West Bengal) • Aripan (Bihar) • Aipan (Uttarakhand) • Jhoti or Chita (Orissa) • Kolam (Tamil Nadu) • Muggu (Andhra Pradesh, • Madana (Rajasthan) • Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra) • Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)

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aipan-kumaon

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