Zishta Nakashi painting of Life in Village (Scroll Work)

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About Zishta Nakashi painting of Life in Village (Scroll Work)

  • This Nakashi painted wall hanging scroll is a beautiful narrative of the daily customs and rituals of villages in India. This painting shows a  life of a farmer and his family along with agricultural process. A beautiful depiction of the cultural ethos of the subcontinent. It is an an amalgamation of varied patterns and rich colours is specific to the Nakashi style

  • 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.

  • These are made to order paintings and will take 15-20 days from date of order to ship and deliver. We do not accept returns or exchange of the products listed in this category.

Product Specifications

Length In CMHeight In CM
43.2 43.2
Traditional Value Score !  99%


All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

  • Cheriyal is a small village in Warangal district of Telangana state. Cheriyal painting has been classified as a form of painting for storytelling and to entertain the audience.

  • These paintings generally depict the scenes from Indian Itihasas and puranas such as Ramayana, Mahabharata, Garuda purana, Krishna leela, Markandeya purana etc.

  • Canvas cloth is prepared using mixture of suddha mitti, rice starch, tamarind seeds paste & tree gum. The mixture of these is applied in layers and acts as a thick canvas to paint upon. This process preserves the painting done on it and lasts for hundreds of years.
  • Colours are obtained from stones and ash of oil lamp and seashells: black from ash of kerosene lamp mixed with tree gum, yellow turmeric, blue green & red from natural stones and so on. 

  • Most often, background is painted with bright red colour so that it highlights everything that is painted on it. The figures coloured with goat-hair brush.

  • A scroll can be generally preserved upto hundred to hundred and twenty years in good condition

  • These beautiful traditional paintings enhance the aesthetics of a home. 
  • They are to be used as wall hangings. 
  • Do not wipe with wet cloth. 

  • Do not wash the painting.  

  • Do not use high temperature. 

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