An Ode to Nature’s Resilience: Sanjay Chitara's Mata Ni Pachedi Painting

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Size : Large
Dimensions : H: 30 Inch , W: 18 Inch
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

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Artist Sanjay Chitara's Mata Ni Pachedi artwork transports its viewers to a serene world where art and spirituality intertwine. This vibrant masterpiece hails from the ancient Indian tradition of 'Mata Ni Pachedi,' a sacred art form originally used to depict the goddess's divine presence. In this enchanting rendition, a snail finds its shelter beneath the Tree of Life on a cloudy day, surrounded by graceful birds in flight. Chitara's masterful use of hues draws her admirers into this mystical realm, where every brushstroke narrates a tale of devotion and nature's harmony. The intricate patterns and motifs symbolize the eternal cycle of life and offer a glimpse into a rich cultural heritage. This piece transcends mere art; it's a vibrant tapestry of history, spirituality, and the timeless beauty of storytelling through colors and symbols.

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    Mata Ni Pachedi

    Mata-ni-Pachedi is a traditional art of painting the image of goddesses on a piece of fabric found in the temple that is colourful animated pictures of gods and goddesses, devotees and followers, flora and wildlife with a narrative theme. Mata-ni-Pachedi comes from the Gujarati language, where Mata means "goddess," ni means "belongs to," and Pachedi means "behind." When the nomadic Vaghari population of Gujarat was forbidden from attending temples, they created their own shrines on cloth with representations of the Mother Goddess in various shapes. The product layout of four to five pieces of Mata-ni-Pachedi built to make a shrine for the Mother Goddess is the distinctive feature of this temple-hanging.

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    An Ode to Nature’s Resilience: Sanjay Chitara's Mata Ni Pachedi Painting
    Sanjay Chitara
    Art Style
    Mata Ni Pachedi
    Natural Colors
    30 in(H) X 18 in(W)
    Nature, Folk Art
    Brown, White, Multicoloured
    Country of Origin
    Gujarat, India
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