Original folk art of West Bengal Thumbnail
Original folk art of West Bengal

16 products

  • Featured
  • Best selling
  • Alphabetically, A-Z
  • Alphabetically, Z-A
  • Price, low to high
  • Price, high to low
  • Date, old to new
  • Date, new to old
Buy Today Folk Bengal Pattachitra Art online
Regular
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Shop Goddess Parvati with baby Ganesha in Bengal Pattachitra
Regular
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Shop Maa Parvati and Ganapati in Kalighat by Hasir Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹5,000.00
Sale
cartImg ₹5,000.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Shop Shiva and Parvati with Ganesha (Shiv Parivaar) in Kalighat by Hasir Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹5,000.00
Sale
cartImg ₹5,000.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Shop Shiva and Parvati with Ganesha (Shivpariwaar) in Bengal Pattachitra by Manoranjan Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹1,100.00
Sale
cartImg ₹1,100.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Regular
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹1,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Maternal Love   Nurturing devotion of devotion Khalighat Painting by Sonali Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Eternal Love Story: Kalighat Artistry by Uttam Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Kalighat Painting by Uttam Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Shop Ardhanarishvara handpainted in Kalighat style by Manoranjan Chitrakar
Regular
cartImg ₹9,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹9,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Lakshmi's Serenity: Uttam Chitrakar’s Kalighat Reverence
Regular
cartImg ₹3,200.00
Sale
cartImg ₹3,200.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Lotus of Blessings: Uttam Chitrakar's Kalighat Art
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
The Maternal Love Uttam Chitrakar's wonder on Kalighat Canvas
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Divine Maternity: Uttam Chitrakar's Parvati and Her Sons
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Sacred Maternity: Uttam Chitrakar's Kalighat Vision of Parvati
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 
Mystical Union: Uttam Chitrakar's Kalighat Legacy
Regular
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Sale
cartImg ₹6,500.00
Regular
Unit Price
per 

About

West Bengal, known as the "Cultural Capital of India," is a state renowned for its vibrant arts and crafts scene. In terms of arts and crafts, the state is known for its exquisite terracotta work, particularly in the districts of Bankura and Birbhum. Master craftsmen like Ramkinkar Baij and Kanailal Das have contributed significantly to the development of this art form.

The state is also famous for its traditional handloom textiles, with Murshidabad and Shantipur being prominent weaving centers. Master weavers like Bishnupur and Swarna Chitrakar have excelled in creating stunning Baluchari and Kantha sarees that depict mythological tales and intricate embroidery.

West Bengal is renowned for its rich tradition of performing arts, with the classical dance form of Odissi finding a significant presence. Artists like Aloka Kanungo and Sujata Mohapatra have mastered this graceful dance form and have achieved national and international acclaim.

The state is also known for its folk art forms like Patachitra and Madur craft, which involve intricate painting and weaving techniques. Artists like Raghunath Chakraborty and Lalu Prasad Shaw have made significant contributions to the promotion and preservation of these art forms.

West Bengal's art and craft traditions reflect the state's cultural diversity and its deep-rooted connection with literature, music, and theater. The master artists and craftsmen have played a vital role in preserving and reviving these traditional art forms, ensuring that West Bengal continues to be a hub of creativity and artistic expression.

MEDIA COVERAGE