Nakashi painting : Women Grinding in Chakki (Scroll Work)
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Two sister-in-laws are seen grinding grains in a traditional Chakki into flour in their verandah while engaging in conversation with another villager hawker selling flower garland. This painting shows the effort in together raising the family. A beautiful depiction of the cultural ethos of the subcontinent.
This Nakashi painted wall hanging scroll is a beautiful narrative of the daily chores of villages in India.
Nakashi paintings on scrolls are in the form of storytelling & carries rich cultural history & heritage. The art form is believed to have come down from Vishwakarma.
The process has no usage of chemicals. The scroll & the colours are prepared from rice starch, tamarind seeds, turmeric, natural stones, oil, seashells, tree gum etc.
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