Infinite Grace Personified: The Chhau Mask of Lord Krishna by Dharmendra Sutradhar

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Dimensions : H: 10 | W: 10 Inches
Medium : Poster Colors on Paper

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Dharmendra Sutradhar portrays a stunning testament to artistic mastery and divine embodiment, a harmonious blend of intricate craftsmanship and spiritual symbolism. Crafted with meticulous attention, this mask offers a captivating glimpse into the timeless allure of the deity's persona, adorned with captivating details that evoke devotion and wonder. At the mask's heart, the radiant blue complexion of Lord Krishna is a portrait. This iconic hue symbolises his divine nature and his ability to transcend the earthly realm. Adorning Lord Krishna's head is a resplendent crown of peacock feathers, meticulously arranged to create a breathtaking display of iridescent beauty. The facial features of Lord Krishna are sculpted with remarkable precision. His eyes, sparkling with a twinkle of eternal wisdom, hold a playful and compassionate gaze that captivates the hearts of those who behold them. A subtle smile graces Lord Krishna's lips, conveying a sense of enchanting charisma and inner joy. Together, these features come together to create a portrait that captures the essence of Lord Krishna's divine persona. The masterpiece serves as a tribute to the enduring allure of Chhau craftsmanship and the eternal significance of Lord Krishna's enchanting grace.

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Dharmendra Sutradhar, a seasoned artisan from Purulia's quaint village of Charidia, has been immersed in the tradition of mask handicrafts since childhood, inheriting the craft from his forefathers. With 23 years of experience under his belt, Dharmendra represents the fourth generation in his family dedicated to the art form, with even the younger members enthusiastically following suit. Despite his modest educational background, having completed his studies up to the ninth grade in Baghmundi, Dharmendra's talent has been recognized with prestigious accolades, including multiple state awards and a national award for his exceptional craftsmanship, notably for his creation of Ghatotkach, a character from Hindu mythology.

Driven by a passion for innovation and a deep spiritual connection to his craft, Dharmendra finds joy in experimenting with new designs and colors, particularly inspired by divine figures like Durga, Shiva, Krishna, and Buddha. However, amidst the fulfillment he finds in his work, Dharmendra grapples with the harsh realities of financial constraints, relying solely on his craft for income. He harbors a dream of revitalizing the dwindling handicraft industry by creating opportunities for artisans in his village and beyond, envisioning a marketplace where their talents can shine and their livelihoods secured, ensuring the continuity of this cherished tradition for generations to come. Supported by his four brothers, who share his dedication to the craft, Dharmendra remains steadfast in his commitment to preserving and promoting the rich heritage of Purulia's handicrafts.

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