Marwari Kavad by Satyanarayan (10 part kavad, 14 inch height)


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H-1.1 ft I H-14 inch
Medium : Natural Colors on Wood

About the Artwork +

The Kavad is a mobile story-telling device that sometimes serves as a temporary temple. It is created by combining the skills of carpentry, painting and narration. As separate professions, the carpenter is called a suthar, an artist is a chitrakar, and a story teller is a bhat. The Kavad makers combine the work of the carpenter and artist, while the Kavadia Bhats do the narration. The Kavad is made only in a village called Bassi, in Chittorgarh District of Rajasthan. 

Satya Narayan Suthar ji is National Award Winner in Kavad Art. He was born in 1972 in Bassi, Rajasthan and learned the art of Kavad making from his father, but at the age of sixteen, he had to leave home and fend for himself. He worked as a craftsman for a commercial enterprise involved in exporting crafts. The experience made him prolific and honed his craft, giving his work a distinctive quality.
Having neither acquired nor inherited any farmland or other property he has no other source of income and depends on his artistic skills to make a living. He is married to Kaushalya, has three children and lives in a rented house. The ground floor serves as a workspace and shop. He makes kavads and other wooden object for tourists and for shops in Udaipur. He has won several awards for his unique work in the art of kavad making. In 2004 he was given the District award, followed by a State award in 2009 and recently the National award.

DETAILS

  • Size: 14 inch (16 inches with sun included),10 part Kavad (width 7 inches when closed and 45 inches when fully open)
  • Handpainted in Kavad style
  • The image shown here is representative to help visualize the artwork in a home setting and not an actual framed image
  • Artist: Satnarayan Suthar , National Award Winner from Bassi, Rajasthan
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Artist


Satya Narayan Suthar

Satya Narayan Suthar is a Kavad Art National Award Winner. Satyanarayan Suthar was born in Bassi, Rajasthan in 1972 and attended a local school. His father taught him the technique of Kavad making, but when he was sixteen, he had to leave home and fend for himself. He was an artisan for a business firm that exported crafts. The experience increased his productivity and sharpened his technique, giving his work a particular character. He lives in a leased flat with a workspace and a business on the ground level. In Udaipur, he produces kavads and other wooden objects for visitors and merchants. He has received several honours for his innovative efforts in the art of kavad manufacturing. He received the District award in 2004, the State award in 2009, and the National award recently.

Art Form

Kavad-art

The Kavad is a mobile story-telling device that sometimes serves as a temporary temple. It is created by combining the skills of carpentry, painting and narration. As separate professions, the carpenter is called a suthar, an artist is a chitrakar, and a story teller is a bhat. The Kavad makers combine the work of the carpenter and artist, while the Kavadia Bhats do the narration. The Kavad is made only in a village called Bassi, in Chittorgarh District of Rajasthan. 



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