Tree of Life: Mata Ni Pachedi Painting by Dilip Chittara


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H-12(in); W-12(in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

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Renowned artist Dilip Chittara's ‘Couple Beneath a Tree of Life’ Mata Ni Pachedi Painting is a mesmerizing artwork that beckons viewers into the heart of traditional Indian artistry. This enchanting Mata Ni Pachedi painting, rooted in the rich cultural heritage of Gujarat, unfolds against a vivid crimson canvas, symbolizing passion and spirituality. Amidst this fiery backdrop, a radiant blue 'Tree of Life' springs to life, its intricate branches bearing witness to the cycle of creation and existence. The meticulous use of colors and patterns reflects the artist's deep connection with nature and spirituality. Mata Ni Pachedi, a sacred art form from Gujarat, beautifully combines folklore and spirituality, making this piece not just a painting but a doorway to a mystical world. Chittara's work invites the admirers to explore the depths of culture through color and artistry.


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    Meet Dilip Chitara, a true magician of the vibrant Mata ni Pachedi tradition, carrying the creative legacy as a 5th generation artist. Dilip ji is not just an artist; he's a decorated one, adorned with both national and state awards. Hailing from the enchanting enclave of Ashoknagar, nestled near Ahmedabad in Gujarat, his family is one of the illustrious ten who continue to weave the magic of this art form. Step into Dilip's world, where every brushstroke tells a story, and join him on a colorful journey that bridges the gap between tradition and innovation, all with a dash of artistic flair.



    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.



    Product Details

    Title
    Tree of Life: Mata Ni Pachedi Painting by Dilip Chittara
    Artist
    Dilip Chittara
    Art Style
    Mata Ni Pachedi
    Medium
    Natural Colors
    Size
    Medium
    Dimension
    12 in(H) X 12 in(W)
    Themes
    Folk Art, Tree of Life
    Color
    Multicoloured
    Country of Origin
    Gujarat, India

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