Shiva and Parvati with Ganesha (Shiv Parivaar) in Kalighat by Hasir Chitrakar

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Medium : Natural Colors on Paper

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In this exquisite Kalighat painting by renowned artist Hasir Chitrakar, the divine family scene unfolds with breathtaking detail and emotion. Shiva and Parvati, the divine couple of Hindu mythology, are depicted showering their beloved son, Ganesha, with love and affection. Ganesha sits comfortably on Shiva's lap, his playful innocence captured in the artist's skillful strokes. Parvati, the epitome of maternal love, gazes upon her family with adoration and admiration, her expression conveying a sense of deep affection and pride. The intricate details of the painting, from the delicate features of the divine beings to the vibrant colors that bring the scene to life, showcase the artist's mastery of the Kalighat style. This heartwarming portrayal of familial love and devotion is not only a visual delight but also a testament to the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of India. Kalighat paintings, known for their expressive storytelling and vibrant imagery, continue to captivate audiences worldwide with their timeless beauty and profound symbolism.

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Hasir Chitrakar, hailing from Naya, West Bengal, is an accomplished artist renowned for his expertise in Bengal Pattachitra and Kalighat styles. With a rich artistic lineage as the son of Manoranjan Chitrakar, Hasir has been immersed in the world of painting since the tender age of 8. His passion for the craft runs deep, evident in his dedication to preserving and showcasing traditional art forms.

One of Hasir's notable achievements includes creating a stunning mural adorning the walls of the Pingla police station. However, his artistic endeavors extend beyond his hometown, as he has traveled to various cities like Delhi and Chennai, participating in exhibitions alongside his father. Hasir's favorite project remains his time spent teaching Kalighat and Bengal Pattachitra at an educational center in Kanpur, reflecting his commitment to passing down his craft to future generations. In his Kalighat paintings, Hasir often depicts deities and celestial beings, infusing his artwork with spiritual and cultural significance. Additionally, he showcases his versatility by exploring other mediums such as Chauk Pot and wall plate paintings, adding depth and diversity to his artistic repertoire.


Kalighat painting is a traditional art form that flourished in the vicinity of the Kalighat Kali Temple in Kolkata, India, during the 19th century. It is characterized by its bold lines, vibrant colors, minimal background details, and distinctive style. Jamini Roy was one of the artists greatly influenced by this style. Moreover, the themes of the Kalighat painting range from religious stories to social satires. Goddess Kali, Babu & Bibi, and Cat with the Fish are some of the well-known illustrations in this craft. History and Legend Kalighat painting began as a form of devotional art inspired by the pilgrimage to the Kalighat Temple. Pilgrims sought souvenirs to reminisce about their visits, leading to the creation of budget-friendly, portable artworks. Over time, these paintings evolved into a distinct style, reflecting the cultural and religious ethos of the region. Methods and Techniques Kalighat paintings are known for their simplicity and spontaneity, created using natural pigments on paper or cloth. The artists, known as 'patuas' or 'kalighat painters,' often worked in groups with shared responsibilities of mixing dyes, drawing lines, or filing up the colors. In the search for income, these craftsmen catered to British patrons at one point, incorporating elements of European realism and secular subjects into their craft. The secular subjects like English sahibs riding elephants, wealthy Calcutta babus (liberalists), and fraud sadhus (holy men) succumbing to base desires reflect the social concerns of that period. Decline and Revival The art form of Kalighat declined due to the advent of cheaper wood prints and machine-printed alternatives by the early 20th century. However, in recent decades, efforts have been made to revive the Kalighat painting tradition by artists, government, and art connoisseurs. The combined efforts through exhibitions, and workshops have helped in showcasing the unique identity of Kalighat painting and regain its lost legacy. More here on our blog.  

Product Details

Shiva and Parvati with Ganesha (Shiv Parivaar) in Kalighat by Hasir Chitrakar
Hasir Chitrakar
Art Style
Natural Colors
14 in(H) X 11 in(W)
Shiva, Parvati
Orange, Yellow, White, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
West Bengal, India

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