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We at “Pattashree ” have skilled artists who hand paint different designs in Various style which includes Art ,but is not limited to Pattachitra, Kalamkari, Madhubani, Saura Art, Tribal Art, Fine Art, etc.. Each style of art is unique and has a beauty of its own. These are painted on various handlooms like cotton, tussar, silk and many more.
- Pattashree- An ode to tradition.
- Aims to revolutionize the way traditional Indian wear is designed and customized.
- Perfect blend of rich ritualistic significance and modernity.
- Promote handloom and handmade painting items to keep alive the art, history and rich culture of India, predominantly Odisha.
- Generate livelihood for weavers and artists.
- Take Indian Art and Craft to a global platform.
- Integrate Technology to its core process and system.
- “Artistry and Innovation, Woven Together”
Pattashree believes that Handicrafts, handlooms, and hand-painted products hold significant cultural, economic, and artistic importance in both India and the world:
1. Cultural Heritage: These products often embody the rich cultural traditions and heritage of a region. They showcase traditional art, designs, and techniques, preserving the cultural identity of a community.
2. Employment Opportunities: Handicrafts and handloom industries provide employment to a vast number of artisans, particularly in rural areas, contributing to poverty alleviation and economic empowerment.
3. Sustainability: These products are usually made using eco-friendly materials and sustainable practices, promoting environmental conservation and reducing the carbon footprint.
4. Artistic Expression: Handmade products often reflect the creativity and artistic talents of artisans, celebrating individuality and human skill.
5. Export Potential: India is a significant exporter of these products, earning foreign exchange and enhancing the country’s global trade presence. Similarly, handmade goods from other countries find international markets.
6. Tourism: Handicrafts and handlooms draw tourists looking to experience local culture and buy unique souvenirs, boosting tourism revenue.
7. Skill Preservation: The crafts sector plays a vital role in passing down traditional skills and knowledge from one generation to the next.
8. Cultural Exchange: These products facilitate cultural exchange between countries and serve as a bridge for understanding diverse traditions and aesthetics.
9. Unique and Customizable: Handmade items are often unique, and customers can request customization, creating a personalized connection with the product.
10. Community Development: The handicraft and handloom sectors encourage community development by forming cooperatives, providing training, and supporting local entrepreneurship.
In both India and the world, these products are invaluable not only for their economic significance but also for the preservation of cultural heritage, promotion of sustainable practices, and the celebration of human creativity.
Designs and Art
Depicts stories from the Ramayana, Mahabharta, Krishna Lila, Lord Jagannath, and many other religious and non religious stories. The paintings are colourful and characterized by creative motifs and details of human figures, jewellery and costumes.
It is an ancient style of hand painting, originated from South India, done on cotton or silk fabric with a tamarind pen, using natural dyes.
Motifs drawn in Kalamkari spans from flowers, peacock, paisleys to divine characters of Hindu epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana.
It is a traditional Indian folk painting. Natural dye and colors are used in creation of Madhubani artworks with geometrical figures and vibrant colors being key elements.
Madhubani paintings are Ardhanarishvara, mythological characters, Marriages, Festivals, Sun and Moon. Madhubani paintings mostly depict people and their association with nature and scenes and deities from the ancient epics.
Saura Tribal Art:
The art of the Sauras is rich with symbolism and meaning. With simple forms and figures that come together to compose intricate narratives in very few colours, the captivating art of the Sauras, has told the story of the tribe for hundreds of years.
The figures in Saura artworks are called icons or ikons and many of them are recurring motifs and symbols, such as people, the tree of life, the sun and moon, horses, and elephants, which all hold their own symbolism.
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We at “Pattashree” have skilledartists who hand paint differentdesigns in various styles whichinclude but is not limited toPattachitra, Kalamkari,Madhubani, and Saura tribal art.Each style of art is unique andhas a beauty of its own. These arepainted on various handlooms likecotton, tussar, silk andmany more