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  • Tanjore Paintings/Thanjavur Paintings

    India is home to several art forms and paintings. Each type can easily boasts of a large fan base and has their own rich legacy and story to share. Each painting genre has its own set of uniqueness, heritage and lay out. One art form that can easily be labelled as one of the oldest yet famous form of painting, especially in south India is the Tanjore Painting.

    Tanjore paintings can be traced to the town of Thanjavur in present day Tamil Nadu. Over time its popularity and adoption spilled across the adjoining and geographically contiguous Tamil state.

     Let us look at the rich legacy of one of India’s finest painting forms.

    Tanjore paintings can be traced back to early 17th century. This period was dominated by the Nayakas of Thanjavur under the patronage of the Vijayanagara Rayas. They encouraged art—chiefly, classical dance and music—as well as literature, both in Telugu and Tamil. Additionally, they also significantly promoted paintings of chiefly Hindu religious subjects in temples. However, it can safely be surmised that Thanjavur painting, as we know it now, originated in the Maratha court of Thanjavur (1676 - 1855). The Government of India has recognized this as a geographical indication in 2007-08.

    So what makes Tanjore Paintings so distinct and unique?

    Tanjore paintings are characterized by vivid, flat and rich colors. Furthermore, their simple iconic composition, glittering gold foils overlaid on delicate but extensive gesso work add wonders to the main content of the painting. One can definitely overlook the inlay of glass beads and pieces or very rarely precious and semi-precious gems!

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    Tanjore paintings clearly reflect the influence of paintings style, particularly of Deccani, Vijayanagar, Maratha and even European or Company styles of painting.

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    This form of paintings is dominated by the depiction of Hindu gods, goddesses, and saints. Several instances of Jain, Sikh, Muslim, and even secular subjects have had the honor of being depicted in the heritage-rich Tanjore paintings.

    Words would not do justice to describe the beauty of Tanjore paintings in mere 26 alphabets. Yet, if a fair attempt was to me made, Tanjore paintings undoubtedly can be described as a perfect reflection of the rich and age old culture of southern India. It is an amalgamation of south India’s legacy, presented on canvas by the imagination and ingenuity of its greatest practitioners and patrons.

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  • SixSpectacular Paintings from Poompuhar

    Poompuhar offers an extensive and colorful collection of exquisite traditional Indian paintings.The fine detailing and intricacy in each painting reflects a generous effort of the craftsmen in projecting India’s history and culture in its best form.

    Jute Painting

    The course texture and husky aroma of Jute is what makes this painting distinct among other handicrafts. Especially trained craftsmen employ the technique of hand painting on canvas made up of Jute fabric andJute Paints. With a nice quote written on,the beautiful item can be used as a magazine and key holder in your home and office. Very reasonably priced,it also showcases the artistic qualitiesand determination of the artisan.

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    Meenakari Painting

    The spiritual and multi colored key stand presenting exquisite Meenakari art with Om painted on is a must have for your home. It is designed using white, light blue, dark blue, transparent green and red color and can be used for bringing positive energy in your house. Offered at a very reasonable price, don’t think twice for this eternal and unique piece of art from Poompuhar.

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    ThanjavurMirror Painting

    The captivating handmade circular mirror with intricate Thanjavur painting done around will surely decorate the empty wall of your room. The mirrors and red green stonework at the circumference make this painting look more appealing and worth buying. Do purchase if you have a taste of ancient Indian handmade stuff.

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    Thanjavur Lord Krishna Painting

    Characterised by glittering gold borders and vibrant colors, this portrait is breathtakingly brilliant. The traditional Thanjavur taste of art can be seen where Lord Krishna is portrayed floating over a peepal leaf on water after the destruction of the world. The fine use of gesso work and embellishment with semi-precious metal makes this painting look more charming and can be hung on your home wall for peace and tranquility.

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    Village ladies Painting

    Simple and elegant, this splendid painting displays many traditions of an Indian village where the ladies are highlighted against a dark hue. Decorate your drawing room or gift it to your loved ones, the distinguishing art piece is worth its price.

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    TajMahal Painting

    This is an ultimate painting featuring the iconic TajMahal. Outlined with a golden frame followed by a generous blue border and a shining moon star on top, the mesmerizing painting will definitely steal the heart of art lovers. The finesse and detailing done by our artisans at Poompuhar is deeply reflected. Buy this for your home decoration, the skill employed here will never let you regret its price.

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  • Beautiful Thanjavur Paintings

    The history of the Thanjavur paintings was first inaugurated in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. The Beautiful paintings have a Classical South Indian style that has spread across Tamil Nadu and is known all around the globe. The paintings depict rich heritage, culture and art of the state and comprises mainly of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Tamil Nadu is known for the rich history in art and culture and so are these paintings. The traditional artists were so good at their work that they have made the culture, an art. They used natural colors like mineral dyes that made it more artistic. The paintings are often made on wood and the canvas made of cloth. Apart from that, they are also made on walls, glass, paper, mica, wooden panel and many more.

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    These paintings have vibrant distinct colors that make them look divine and beautiful. You can rather see many styles in the paintings like Deccan, Vijayanagar and even European. They talk about saints, stories, cultures, deities and many more and hence they are interactive. You feel connected to these painting because of the story they depict and the culture and true essence of History and art is also depicted.

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    They are used in the houses, offices, exhibitions and museums to display the divinity and elegance of art. Sometimes, the paintings also have three dimensional effects. They come in various sizes, may it be to cover an entire wall, or just a small miniature of painting. However, the antiqueness and the picturesque of these paintings are fund nowhere else and the traditional methods of the paintings are really the most influential and classic ones. They are often embellished with the small stones or simple drawings that add to their beauty and make them look more attractive.

    Thanjavur Painting Jula Radhakrishna

    Art speaks more than the spoken words and depicts what words cannot. Framing the best words may not be possible, but art is the best language in itself and Poompuhar Thanjavur paintings have their own uniqueness and words that brings history and culture back to life.

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    Buy these Poompuhar Thanjuvar paintings for your houses, guest rooms, drawing rooms, offices and exhibitions to restore art and make your place look more decorative and elegant. After all, culture and traditions are not to be forgotten. Rather they bring peace and positivity in the environment. The culture we had, the lord we worship, the dynasties, the miniatures, all are available to add décor to the place.

    Make your place look more artistic and antique with these beautiful paintings and enjoy the true essence of divinity and vibrant colors. They are the best things to purchase for all the art lovers. These paintings have become the souvenirs for festivity in South India. These spectacular paintings are an inspiration that draws back from 1600 AD from Vijayanagar dynasty. They are not just appreciated by Indians, but have also found a place abroad in the galleries and museums. They are also adorned by the pieces of glasses and stones that again make them look irresistible.

  • Tamil Nadu: The state with the highest number of GI products

    India has a total of 236 GI products and Tamil Nadu comes first for the number of GI tags on its products, while Uttar Pradesh comes second. Darjeeling Tea was the first Indian product to get a Geographic Indication in the early 2000’s. Geographical Indications (GI) have become a matter of pride for the state, as well as the country. So what it is a Geographical Indication and how do these numbers add up?5

    As a member of the World Trade Organisation, India brought into effect the Geographical Indication of Goods Act in 1999. This was essentially defined as “A sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess certain qualities due to that origin”. The GI sign protects these products from being duplicated, thus assuring customers the quality that the product brings. Geographical Indications for products also enables the world to recognise these unique products, boost the tourism and trade for the country and the state, thus becoming a cultural and economic pride.

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    Tamil Nadu tops the list of local products that have been earmarked for GI. The state has submitted 50 products of which 24 have been approved by the registry. The most famous among these would be the Kanchipuram silk. The town of Kanchipuram believes its weavers are descendents of Sage Markands, the master weaver of Gods, and true to the tale, the saris stand out in their resplendence. Other textiles from Tamil Nadu to get the GI sign include Salem Silk, Kovai Cora Cotton and Arani silk. The hand-woven Madurai Sungudi is famed for its natural dyes and dotted patterns. It is the first product from the town of Madurai to get the GI tag, but it is closely followed by the Madurai Malli. The malli or jasmine from Madurai is in demand across the world for its seductive fragrance, from which branded perfumes are formulated.

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    A very unique product that is probably the only one of its type to get the GI tag is the Coimbatore wet grinder. An indigenous product of the city, this grinder’s matchless design helps millions across the country grind batter for their favourite idli and dosa. Moving away from food to culture, Indian dancers often get envious looks at their stone studded jewellery. The men behind the glitter are the artisans of Vadasery in Nagercoil district, who have for centuries made dazzling jewellery of a unique kind for temple Gods across South India. Nagercoil temple jewellery as it is called has earned itself the well deserved GI tag. Talking of dancers, the Tanjavur Dancing Doll is a study in not just arts, but science as well. This GI doll is made of terracotta, in such proportions that when shaken, the doll dances and comes back to its original state always, thanks to centre of gravity.

    Be it a brilliant weaving technique, a sumptuous traditional dish, or nature’s own flora, India has a rich tradition to preserve. In a world driven by patents and copyrights, Geographical Indications are a boon to protect India’s rich cultural and natural resources.

  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

    Painting is an expression of emotions. One paints his/her feelings, moods as well as sentiments. Painting is application of paints that depicts one’s inner self.  Painting has many forms and modes. Drawing, gestures, compositions, narrations are various modes of paintings. Painting involves different surfaces like walls, paper, canvas, wood and glass. Further, it is of different types viz; oil painting, pastel, acrylic, watercolor, hot wax or encaustic, fresco, gouache, enamel, spray mint, tempera and digital painting…the list is endless.The world has witnessed some really great painters like Leonardo da Vinci who was a renaissance painter, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso of Spain, Paul Cezanne of France and many more of such great talent. India also has a large number of great painters, acclaimed all over the world for their talent. Some of them are M.F. Husain, Raja Ravi Verma, Rabindranath Tagore and ManjitBawa.

    A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

    Painting can be pursued as a pastime or a hobby. Painting is like a stress-buster, it helps people release themselves of their stress. Adopting painting as a hobby is a great idea to express your thoughts.It enables a painter to bring forth his/her ideas, dreams and thoughts. This is well exemplified by Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings, which played a significant role during the period of Renaissance in Europe. That’s why children are encouraged to paint and draw from a very young age.

    While many people love to paint on their own, others like to collect paintings. Art lovers visit art galleries and art exhibitions. People with good taste inart admire good paintings and very easily decipher what exactly the painter is trying to express in his painting. Moreover, a given painting could be interpreted in many ways by different people. People collect wall paintings to decorate their houses asthey make homes look lovely and lively.

    For art lovers, Poompuhar offers fabulous works of art. The collection of paintings, which are available both online and in-store include Tanjore glass painting, silk paintings, pencil drawings, glass paintings, gemstone paintings, velvet paintings, canvas, kalamkari, batic, deco and marble paintings. Our exhibitions are also conducted regularly in different cities where these paintings are displayed and even put on sale. Poompuhar also provides training to around hundred women in picture painting, so as to make them independent, self-reliable and empowered.

  • CLASSICAL SOUTH INDIAN STYLE OF PAINTING

    India is a diverse country with  numerous cultures and styles. One can find remarkable differences in the life styles, eating habits, language and other features of the people of different regions. Even when it comes to art and culture, the styles vary e.g. Mughal style, Gujarati style, Kashmiri style etc. Similarly, the classical South Indian Style of Painting is a special one; known as ‘Thanjavur Painting’.

    At Poompuhar, in Tamil Nadu, one can find amazing works of Thanjavur Paintings, which can be bought at affordable prices. Some of these wonderful works of art are:-

    Thanjavur Painting Perumal – which is a portrait of Lord Vishnu made on gold foil paper. He has four hands, a conch shell (sanku) and the chakra. As his companion, he has Sridevi and Bhudevi and his vehicle isThe Garuda. This lovely decorative painting has the starting price of Rs 2,200.

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    Thanjavur Painting Krishna – The eye catching painting of Lord Krishna; who is another incarnation of lord Vishnu, has been made on the gold foil paper. The clarity, color combination and beauty of the painting is amazing. Its price starts from Rs 2,200.

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    Thanjavur Painting Ranganathar – has the starting price of Rs 4,800. In this painting Lord Mahavishnu can be seen in a reclining posture on the coiled body of a five headed serpent. It is on the prehistoric waters known as Ranganathar.

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  • JUTE PAINTING COLLECTION FROM POOMPUHAR

    Poompuhar being the fertile ground for beautiful handicrafts made out of various raw materials has much to offer the customer who has an eye for something different from the usually mass-produced products that most modern day stores are filled with. Each Poompuhar product has a story to tell – of the encounters, challenges and pleasuresthat the artisan experienced while crafting it. Among the myriad raw materials that our artisans love to work with, jute is one. Apart from being eco-friendly, jute has a rustic appeal to it which never goes out of fashion.

    Our jute paintings range comprises of productswherein jute has been used as the base to make various things such as wall hangings, pen stands, key stands and decorative frames.Special jute paints have beenused for embellishing them with beautiful designs. The various items available for sale include:

    7 x 7 x 1 inch size Jute Painting Table Stop Ganesh and Jute Painting Table Stop Lakshmi, priced at Rs 170 each.

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    A 12 x 13 x 1 inch Jute Painting of Palm Art at a price of Rs 270. This hand painting on the jute fabric is a tribal art with a traditional sketch on it.

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    Jute Painting Key Stand priced at Rs 270 with the dimensions 6x4x1 inches is available in two designs. This handcrafted magazine holder with a sweet quotation has three hooks to hold keys.

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    Jute Painting Pen Stands of the dimensions 4x4x3 in three different designs, priced at Rs 280 each. They can be used in houses, offices as pen stands and also as decoration pieces and gift items.

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    A 9x9x1 inch Jute Painting Wall Hanging Elephant is also available forRs 280.

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    Besides being utility items, these quirkilyhand painted designs onjute fabric make for excellent decoration pieces. Ideal for gifting to someone or to yourself!

  • FEATHERED PRIDE OF INDIA – PEACOCK

    Peacock - the national bird of our country is our pride. The sight of this beautiful feathered bird gives immense pleasure to almost everyone, and sparks the excitement to see it dance.

    People who are fond of decorating their houses often like to have portraits or models of peacock to decorate their houses. At Poompuhar, under The Tamil Nadu Handicraft Development, one can choose from quite a few handcrafted decorative itemsin various peacock designs. There are even some sculptures of peacock hand crafted by the expert artists.

    Some of the available eyes catching decorative pieces of art with peacock theme are:-

    A51x2 inches Subramanian Stone which is an astonishing statue of Subramaniyaaccompanied by a peacock and a spear - his distinctive trademarks. This magnificent piece of art has been priced at Rs. 2,72,000.

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    Thanjavur Art Plates, which are 10x10x1and 12x12x1 inches in dimensions. These beautifully designed Thanjavur Art Plates are available in various sizes and patterns. Though available in myriad other designs, two models of these plates have especially been designed with the peacock theme on them. They have been priced at Rs 1,640 and Rs 2,270 respectively.These have been created using high quality raw materials and make use of modern techniques in their creation.

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    Another Thanjavur Painting Key Holder Peacock of 7x7x1 dimensions is a glass painting of a beautifulpeacock, priced at Rs 1,240. Besides adorning the wall, it also serves the purpose of hanging keys.

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    An attractive Handcrafted Silk Wall Hanging which is 19x11x1 inch in dimensions is available with a pair of peacocks sitting beautifully on a branch. This not only exhibits the hand woven textiles, but also showcases ethnic designs for its admirers. This work of art can be purchased for Rs 1,950.

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    A 8x7x1 inch Rose Wood Panel Peacock at a modest price of Rs 960,makes a wonderful decorative item depicting a pair of peacocks standing gracefully facing each other in a serene background.

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    Another masterpiece by the skilled artisans of Poompuharis a 7x5x2 inch Wood Peacock Stone Work which has a brown polished wooded frame with beautiful peacock inlayed stone workconsisting of semi-precious stones and pearls.It can be bought for Rs 2000.

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    A Meenakari Key Stand Peacock; 4x5x2 inch in size, is available for Rs 170. It has a beautiful peacock in the centre and hooks for hanging keys made with Meenakari in the shape of Swastika.

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    A Meenakari Key Stand with Double Peacock of the dimensions 6x6x1 inch is available at an attractive price of Rs 200. It has been made out of superior quality raw material using latest technology in the designing process.

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    These exquisite works of art besides attracting the attention of the art lovers can also serve as wonderful gift items.

  • JUTE PAINTING COLLECTIONS AT POOMPUHAR

    The artisans under the patronage of the Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Ltd, which is a Govt. of Tamil Nadu undertaking, have various exquisite handicrafts to exhibit - Jute painting being one of them.

    For making these paintings, especially trained artisans employ the technique of hand painting using special Jute Paints as a medium and Jute Fabric as the canvas. Beautiful jute paintings are available in various sizes and for various purposes at reasonable prices. The Jute Painting Collection which is available with Poompuhar includes:

    • 18 x 18 x 2 inches Jute Painting Table Stop Lakshmi and Jute Painting Table Stop Ganesh, of the same dimensions. These are both priced at Rs. 170 each.
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    • Dual purpose Jute Painting Key Stands are available in the form ofbeautiful quotes and sceneries. These are handcrafted wooden magazine holders, with hooks to hold the keys. These are priced at Rs. 270 each.
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    • Pen Stands are available with Peacock, Ganesh and Horse paintings on them. These are of the size 10 x 10 x 8 inches and are priced at Rs. 280 each. These pen stands with decorative patterns can be used for holding pens, and make for an attractive gift item.
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    • 30 x 8 x 5 inch Jute painting with Palm Art on it is available at an easy price of Rs. 270. It is a decorative wall hanging with Tribal Art on it. Jute Painting Wall Hanging of Elephant of the dimension 23 x 23 x 2 inch is available at a price of Rs. 280, while a traditionally styled wall hanging of a Peacock of the same dimensions is priced at Rs. 500.
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    • Delicately handmade Oval Paintings of 28 x 13 x 3 inch and 45 x 10 x 3 inch are available for Rs. 370 each.
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    • Besides these, a magnificent 43 x 43 x 2 inch, wall hanging Jute Painting Mirror Art Painting can be bought at acost of Rs. 770.
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    Time stands still as one admires the beauty of the magnificent Jute Painting Wall Clock in the dimensions of 30 x 30 x 5 inch. This, for an economical price ofRs. 1,050. This designer wall clock has an artistic painting of a dancing African man and woman.

    These outstanding pieces of art have been carefully are creatively made. These decorative pieces can be used at homes, offices and are best for gifting to friends.

  • The Origins of Thanjavur painting

    The Thanjavur painting is very different from the conventional picture that comes to your mind when you think of paintings. It is unique and breathtakingly beautiful in its concept. The vibrant colours, dense composition, and surface richness distinguish them from other kind of paintings. Just as the name, these paintings predominantly belong to the town of Thanjavur or Tanjore as it is called.

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    The Thanjavur painting originated in the Maratha courts of Thanjavur in the 16th to 17th century. The Chola rulers were great patrons of art. Raghunatha Nayaka set up the school of Thanjavur artists, where the Thanjavur paintings evolved. The paintings were patronised by the Maratha princes, Nayakas, Rajus communities of Tanjore and Trichy and Naidus of Madurai. The Thanjavur paintings at this time depicted the deities, rulers, and nobility of the community. They came in various sizes depending on the need of the patron. They were used to adorn the walls of the palaces. The paintings during that time were rooted in traditions and innovations were not encouraged. Very few paintings of the period exists today.

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    When the Maratha rule ended, the trading Chettiar community continued the patronage of the Thanjavur artists. They were staunch Shaivates, therefore encouraged Shaivite themes in the paintings.

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    The Thanjavur paintings have always involved dedicated labour. Usually the paintings depict god and goddesses. The figures in the paintings were quite large and rounded and, the faces cherubic and chubby.

    The twentieth century saw more experimentation in the Thanjavur paintings. The figures became more propionate and one could also see birds, animals and flowers in the painting which were not present in the earlier Thanjavur paintings. Much of these painting could be seen in the various temples being constructed at the time.

    Semi-precious stones, pearls, glass pieces, and wafer thin sheets of gold were used for adorning these paintings. This gave them a three dimensional effect and a unique touch. Earlier the paintings were done on wooden planks.  Much detailing and meticulous care gave the painting style its breath-taking character.

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