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One of the oldest and most popular art forms of Odisha, the name 'Pattachitra' has evolved from the Sanskrit words 'patta' (canvas) and 'chitra' (picture).(ANI)

Odisha's oldest, most popular art form 'Pattachitra' preserved in Raghurajpur

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PUBLISHED ON JAN 18, 2021 04:52 PM IST
Odisha's traditional art form 'Pattachitra', which dates back to 5 BC, continues to live on in India's first heritage village Raghurajpur.
There is no part of the world today that has remained untouched by the essence of Indian Art and Culture.(Unsplash)
There is no part of the world today that has remained untouched by the essence of Indian Art and Culture.(Unsplash)

‘Kala Arpan’ an offering by 40 maestros of Indian classical art at launch of WFAC

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] | By Asian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta
UPDATED ON OCT 20, 2020 11:41 AM IST
The Art of Living, under the guidance and vision of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravishankar, presents the launch of the World Forum for Art and Culture.
The artwork has been assessed by experts to be at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found and retained within the UK.(Photo: Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, UK)
The artwork has been assessed by experts to be at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found and retained within the UK.(Photo: Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, UK)

Preserving art: UK seeks to retain unique Indian item

Hindustan Times, London | By Prasun Sonwalkar
UPDATED ON FEB 08, 2019 11:12 PM IST
A rare 17th century tray produced in Bidar in south India that exemplified Indian superiority in metallurgy at the time – long before England had the expertise – has been blocked from export by the Theresa May government, seeking to retain and preserve it in the United Kingdom.
Cover of Mamta Nainy’s book, A Brush with Indian Art.
Cover of Mamta Nainy’s book, A Brush with Indian Art.

Book Review: Mamta Nainy’s book makes one want to relive the love for art

Hindustan Times | By Henna Rakheja
UPDATED ON APR 16, 2018 07:03 PM IST
Author Mamta Nainy’s book, A Brush with Indian Art, decodes Indian art from the time of cave paintings uptill the modern day contemporary works.
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