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  • Traditional Thanjavur Paintings: Buy It At Affordable Prices

    With a rich lineage dating back to 1600 AD, the stunning Thanjavur paintings originated during the reign of Vijayanagara Rayas of the Nayakas. Distinct for its gold coating on sober yet vibrant colors, this painting style from South India was the endemic of Thanjavur or Tanjore and later spread across the nation. This “Geographical indication”, an acknowledgement of the Government of India is painted on canvas framed by wood and mostly feature deities along with mythological characters, culture, dance form, female figurine etc. Poompuhar has its stores all over India and these paintings are among the most popular products that they offer.

    The richness of the paintings

    The distinct characteristics of these paintings are their rich, vivid yet flat colors and the iconic composition which is complemented by the glistening gold foils. The additional decorations are done by glass beads on gesso work and in some cases, overlays with the semi-precious or rarely precious stones. Poompuhar makes sure that the paintings are infused with the European, Maratha, Deccan, Vijaynagar, British and European touch.

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    What these paintings contain

    As mentioned above, the pictures are used mostly for devotional purposes as they feature Hindu deities, saints and religious personalities. The main figure remains the centerpiece in each picture flanked by various subjects, subsidiary figures and themes. The episodes from religious texts like Puranas are also depicted through these paintings.

    Deities like Ganesha, Lakshmi, Perumal, Krishna, Gajalakshmi, Saraswathy, Balaji, Adishankara are quite commonly found in these paintings. If religious figures are not your preference, then you can go for the paintings depicting the Hindu culture such as the female figure with fruit plate on hand and the lady in the posture of Bharatnatyam.

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    Decorate Thanjavur Paintings As Souvenirs

    In various religious ceremonies, the Thanjavur or Tanjore Paintings are used for worshipping and with their breathtakingly rich colors, they can be wonderful souvenirs to preserve the south Indian culture. Art enthusiasts would love to collect the special collector’s edition which is also offered by Poompuhar. Not only for worship corners, but also for wall hangings, these pictures will work great.

    According to various sizes, ranging from 8 x 10 inches to 48 x 72 inch, the price of these painting varies. You can choose pictures according to your preference or wall space. The price range starts from INR 3000 for the smallest size of 8 x 10 inch while the largest size of 48 x 72 inch comes at INR 360,000. With their rich gold work and adornment with semi precious and precious jewels, the weight is not much and the price is affordable too unlike other stores.

    The Thanjavur paintings have gone through a lot of ups and downs and Poompuhar has been incorporating with the rich Vijaynagar School of painting to preserve this century old art style. The Tirupati influenced paintings have terracotta paintings, brass repousse and painting on paper –They are the most popular style among the other influences.

    Poompuhar not only celebrates the ancient artwork of Thanjavur but also embraces the contemporary fusion in Thanjavur paintings, for example, the lady with plate of fruit painted by western naturalist painter Raja Ravi Varma.

  • How Poompuhar is bringing life in traditional Indian Art?

    'Indian Art' is a term which encompasses various mediums and styles perfected over centuries by artisans and handicraft workers. Yet this ancient art form is somehow losing its prominence in society. Tamil Nadu Poompuhar aims to showcase those talents which have been unappreciated for long.

    The catrgories have been mapped out keeping in mind the varied artforms which have existed:

    What are our Metal offerings?

    Difficult to carve and yet a beauty to behold, the array of metal designs have been constructed and polished by superior craftsmen.

    The designs are available with antique polish and you can select from the collection like Reshabadevar Set, Boga Shakti, Arthanari, Shivalingam, Arthanarieshwar sets and much more.

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    Poompuhar offers Brass items as well, like Brass bowls, Brass Peacock Bead Stones, Brass Nataraj statues, Brass Uruli Weight, Brass Uruli Light Weight, Brass Coloured Weights and a lot more which you can browse through as well as choose from the official website.

    Wood: The most intricate style

    Wood carvings are richly detailed constructions and the products of Poompuhar are made with selected Rosewood, Sandalwood and more.

    They offer various wooden figures like that of the Buddha, Radha-Krishna, Ashoka Pillar and more. But apart from mythological and historical designs they also offer everyday handcrafted wooden products like clocks, pens etc.

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    What are our designs based on Stone?

    The most significant artwork of South India is undoubtedly that of the stone sculptures.  Thanks to the craftsmen of the Pallava Empire who had intricately crafted these stones to create some masterpieces which still enchant tourists from all over the world. The Indian culture and emotion is reflected in various Indian religious monuments dating back to time immemorial.

    To celebrate this achievement and promote its growth among the masses, they offer statues made out of granite, red stone, soap stone along with clay and much more. The life-size figurines and fountain sculptures speak a thousand words about the Indianness.

    Earthware -fragile and precious

    The most widely available type of crafts is the earthenware products like bowls, statues and more. The workers make various masterpieces out of clay and ceramic like that of Nataraj, Lakshmi, Parvati, Saraswati, Kalinga Krishna and more. These statues are available in oxidized variants as well.

    The designs available on Clothing and Leather

    Cloth and Leather Prints have been in use long and are still quite popular in traditional fashion. Keeping with the tradition Poompuhar offers handcrafted textiles like Kalamkari purse, lamp shades and lots more which can be browsed in our website.

    Paintings: What do we offer?

    Indian paintings speak of style and technique in a nuanced and yet simultaneously bold manner. The collection has paintings of the gods Krishna, Lakshmi, Ganesh along with others like Perumal and Ramar as well.

    If budget is not an issue for you, then check out the Thanjavur Paintings which are one of their Big Ticket items.

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    Poomphar aims to reinstate traditional Indian art to the position of prestige it once enjoyed by showing its vitality to others. Appreciating and supporting these creations as well as their creators who are on the verge of losing their skills is the goal.

  • Poompuhar - Reinventing artisanship to perfection

    Art is the perfect way of depicting the exchange of emotions within and across the frontiers of a nation. Our rich history has been promulgating the importance of ancient Indian handicrafts since ages. The essence of handicrafts is engineered by the artisans who create it with their innovation. It is this rich Indian heritage which connects India with the western world. Today, there are numerous such platforms which provide the desired opportunity to the local artisans. India is a hub for such platforms promoting the rural Indian handicrafts.

    A platform to connect the local rural artisans with the global population is today known by the name Poompuhar. Poompuhar represents the sophistication of Indian culture, customs and traditions through the handicraft products. Empowering the local rural artisans to exhibit their talent before the world was the aim behind the launch of Poompuhar platform. Realising the importance of bringing rural women ahead and engaging them in creating masterpieces is the motto behind Poompuhars Empowering women initiative.

    Poompuhar is a government of Tamil Nadu undertaking to exhibit Indian artefacts, cultures and tradition. The Poompuhar team believes in empowering rural India to facilitate the local artisans to earn a decent living. Art is the necessity of life, and so Poompuhar decided to move ahead with this section to exhibit the talent possessed by Indian artisans. Providing a right platform to these rural artisans was need of the hour.

    Poompuhar redefines the beauty of the creative genius of the local artisans. Timely, the training sessions are organised by Poompuhar team to train the rural artisans. The training sessions are meant to nourish the creativity possessed by the artisans. Each artisan is nurtured with the right skills to highlight their talent and earn a respectable living to support his family. The pieces of training are arranged to introduce the handicraft creation technique for the rural Indians and bring out the best in them. It is meant to boost the inner strength of such artisans to make them realise their worth towards the society. Poompuhar team ensures that each of their artisans is trained with personal attention.

    Also, to earn a living, Poompuhar thrives in hard to build a sense of trust in these rural artisans, so they shine at their best. Today, after years of massive efforts investment, Poompuhar has come ahead with the exhibits of applique work, garland, bronze, brass, brass lamps, wood and stone carvings. Besides, the handicraft product catalogue of Poompuhar exhibits the creative brilliance of Thanjavur paintings, coconut shells, papier machie, kondapalli toys, and other wood, jute and clay creativity.

    Now, Poompuhar is indulged in formulating and implementing the rural artisan welfare schemes. The efforts of Poompuhar receives the timely financial assistance from the State Governments. Central Government too appreciates the efforts of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu government undertaking and assists it financially to uplift the local creativity of Tamil Nadu.

    Moreover, Poompuhar directly connects the local artisans with the global buyers. The annual award competition is the unique felicitation of these local artisans by the Poompuhar team. The annual award competition involves felicitating the local talent with certificates, gold medals and cash prizes for their outstanding contribution.

  • Evolution of Thanjavur Paintings

    Thanjavur paintings are a significant part of from Indian art and culture, named after its place of origin called Thanjavur in South India. It dates back to the 16th century during the Nayak and the Maratha reign.

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    Exceptional characteristics of Thanjavur Paintings

    • Rich and intense colours
    • Iconic Jewellery details
    • Dreamy iconic masterpieces
    • Use of gold foils
    • Dense gesso craft
    • Glass beads inlay
    • Use of rare gems
    • Panel paintings on wood
    • Commonly portray religious texts from books and stories

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    However, with time, the art of Thanjavur painting has also evolved and few of the common practices have also changed. We will discuss the changes that this art has experienced over the years. The ingredients of an authentic painting have transformed in current times as per the availability, price, and artists interests.

    Major Changes noticed during the evolution of this art –

    • The base of the paintings – Presently ply boards are been used commonly instead of the original base from the jackfruit tree
    • Colours – Chemical paints are used frequently as opposed to the natural colours made by the artists in previous times.
    • Paintings nowadays cover all kinds of subjects. Earlier, the themes used to be divine figures, deities etc.
    • Use of rare and precious gems and stones has been replaced by semi-precious gems

    Thanjavur paintings are still in style and inspire many modern-day artists. Tanjore or Thanjavur paintings are popular handicraft item in the markets around the galleries across the globe and make the best souvenirs. This art gives a new look to the house with its radiant work. These paintings have stood the test of times and bounced back to create their place across every households and professional venue.

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    At Poompuhar we understand the value of a genuine art and try to offer our customers the best options. You can visit our online store for more options and deals.

  • 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.

    You can grab the best deals on the finest Tanjore paintings on our website tnpoompuhar.org

  • 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.

    Thanjavur Painting

    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.

    Thanjavur Painting Aalilai Krishna

    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.

  • Home Decor Craft Ideas by Poompuhar

    Looking for the perfect décor craft to make sure that your wall or the corner next to your sofa feels beautified? The items that are kept in a house make it a home. The difference between a house and a home is not only of spellings, in fact the difference is much larger. A home is your nest, a gather of every particle, big or small that has been carefully and intentionally included to make it a much loved abode. Poompuhar takes great pride in providing a large number of options that are ideal for home décor.

    : Thanjavur painting is a classical South Indian painting style, which was inaugurated from the town of Thanjavur (anglicized as Tanjore) and spread across the adjoining and geographically contiguous Tamil country. They are ideal to be used for wall decoration or even a trendy gift item. From paintings that capture the local citizens to paintings that glorifies deities. Available exclusively on our website, with prices ranging from Rs. 2,200 to Rs. 12,000.

    Thanjavur Painting

    Brass Hanging Lamps: With 5 beautiful varieties of hanging lamps, made with the best in class quality of brass, these options are a must have. Ideal for decorating your wall, which often is a victim of simplicity and plainness, these hanging walls are set to revive the look of your rooms. Your lamp lit room is bound to create a calming effect on everyone around. Ranging from a plain hanging lamp costing Rs 300 to a beautifully and detailed crafting of the Goddess Gajalakshmi at Rs 12,500.

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    Wooden Flower Vase: A well carved, wooden flower vase available at Poompuhar’s website is one home décor item that is a must-have! Flowers add beauty, color and fragrance to your abode and the wooden flower vase is its best companion. Available at Rs 800, this is all for grabs!

    Wooden Flower vase

    Coconut Shell:At Poompuhar we believe in using native, organic and natural elements to come up with the best examples of home décor craft products. Keeping this in mind we have used the humble coconut shell as our very adorable decorative item. Standing at 13x7x2 inches tall Coconut Shell Deer Night Lamp and Coconut Shell Giraffe Night Lamp are a must have to lighten up your evenings. Available at Rs. 1,440 each, exclusively available on our website.

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  • Different Styles of Paintings in India: A Rich Legacy

    India is a vast country with numerous cultures and traditions. Indian paintings depict the various cultures and traditions right from the early civilization till today. Although, with time, the different styles of painting have also undergone changes, becoming more or less a blend of different cultures.

    ‘Murals’ and ‘Miniatures’ are the two main classes into which Indian paintings can be categorized. ‘Mural’ is referred to the huge works of art done mainly on walls, which started in the ancient and early medieval times. These are those done in the Ajanta Caves, Ravan Chhaya rock Shelter, Armamalai Cave in Tamil Nadu and Kailashnath Temple in Ellora Temple. These paintings are mainly based on religious themes of the Hindu, Jain and Buddhist religions. ‘Miniature’ paintings are small sized paintings, done for books and albums etc. The first miniature painting was perhaps done on palm-leaf. The early paintings were the miniatures of the murals and also had a religious theme.

    Gradually, many types of paintings evolved. These include Eastern, Western, Mughal, Malwa, Deccan and Jaunpur, Mysore, Tanjore, Rajput, Kangra, Madhubani, Pattachitra, Bengal, Contextual, Vernacular and Modern paintings. There are marked differences in the style of each type of paintings. Let us have a look at some of the major types of paintings, the special techniques involved in executing them and also how they are different from each other:

    The Mysore painting is a South Indian classical form of painting which emerged in the city of Mysore in Karnataka. It comprises mostly of the paintings of Hindu Gods and Goddesses and vistas of the Hindu legends. These paintings are outcome of various stages; firstly, the sketch is drawn on a paper pasted on a wooden base. Then, ‘gesso paste’, which is a mixture of zinc oxide and Arabic gum, is taken on a thin brush and applied on the parts of the painting which need to be given a raised effect of carving to highlight details. After it dries up, thin gold foil is pasted over it and rubbed with a smooth stone so as to enhance the richness in the relief work. The rest of the sketch is painted with soft colors. Initially, the colors used came from leaves, flowers and minerals. But nowadays, poster colors and water colors are used for the purpose.

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    Tanjore Painting is yet another South Indian style of painting, which originated in Tanjore, in Tamil Nadu in the 9th century. The main theme of these paintings is God and Goddesses and Hindu mythological scenes. The sketch is drawn on a cloth pasted over a wooden base. This base is then made smoother by applying a mixture of zinc oxide and adhesive on it. To give the image a beautiful and attractive look, semi- precious stones, pearls, glass pieces, laces and threads are used to embellishthe jewelry and the apparels. Then, gold foils are pasted over it and bright colored dyes are used for coloring the figures.

    Thanjavur-Painting-KrishnanMadhubani Painting originated in the Mithila region of Bihar. The themes of the paintings include vistas of the royal court, occasions such as weddings, Hindu Gods and traditions etc. In this unique style of painting, colors are obtained naturally from leaves, herbs and flowers. Other techniques were also adopted to obtain different colors from natural products, for example black color was createdby adding soot to cow dung, yellow color was obtained by mixing turmeric with milk of banyan tree, and so on. A distinguishing feature of theMadhubani paintings is that no space is left empty; rather, it is filled with paintings of flowers, birds, animals or even geometric designs. The brush used for these paintings were made by wrapping cotton cloth around a bamboo stick. Double lines are drawn for outlines and the gaps are filled by cross or smallstraight lines.

    Madhubani_Painting_'Krishna_and_Radha'The Mughal Paintings emerged in the Mughal period i.e. the 16th to 19th century and were done in miniatures. Mughal paintings were the outcome of the combination of Persian, Islamic and the Indian styles. These paintings were mostly depiction of scenes of battles, hunting and court. Legendary stories andwildlifealso form some of the popular themes.

    Mughal PaintingsThe famous Mughal paintings include series of Hamzanama, which were painted on cloth in Persian Safavi style. The artists used golden color abundantly as a symbol of prosperity. Bright colors such as red, blue, and green were used, evocative of Persia as they were done mainly by the Persian artists. Later, Indian artists were employed and so Indian tones can be seen in the later works.

    The Bengal style of art emerged in the British period in the 20th century. It was the outcome of nationalist movement against the academic art styles. The Bengal art was influenced by the Mughal art and exhibited the discrete religious qualities of India and symbols of national aspiration. They drew inspiration from non western art tradition and tried to capture the religiousspirit of the East. Later on,that is, post-Independence, the Bengal style of art became modern.

    Paintings are a wonderful medium of expression of ideas, feelings, cultures and traditions. The beauty and uniqueness ofIndian Paintings lies in its diversity, as each style of painting is a reflection of the legends, mythologies, cultures, tradition and history of the place(s) it originated from. A comparative observation of these styles can be a great source of knowledge of history!

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    Create an account, choose your products of purchase, place an order and Pay! Payment could be done either by using our secure ‘Bill Desk-Payment Gateway or by transferring money to Tamilnadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited’s Canara Bank Account online. That’s it and your shopping is done!You can also log in with your Facebook, G+ or twitter accounts.

    There is sea of choices well organized for you such that you can have a better shopping experience. Our products range from unique ones like Bronze icons, big wooden carvings, and Brass products to all-time favorite Stone and Thanjavur Paintings. Each product can be zoomed in to have a closer look at to give detailed visual view,and the full description including size, weight and stock details of the product is available and you can always feel free to inquire further details with our inquiry e-form, a unique facility open for online customers.

    Search with names or select from available products and, in case you can’t find your preferable item,you can fill up the inquiry form where you can place your orders or item inquiry including information about finish, craft and weight.

    Poompuhar offers multiple delivery address option which lets you surprise your partner/friends/family with gifts that represent the beauty of India. And the productscan alsobe returnedwith fullrefund claim!

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  • THANJAVUR PAINTINGS FROM POOMPUHAR: A TRIBUTE TO ART

    The exquisite work of the painters depicting the rich cultural heritage of Tamilnadu can be seen through the Thanjavur paintings in Poompuhar. These stunning pieces of art portray various human emotions such as love, joy, compassion, serenity, clout, coyness, aggressiveness etc. Each art form symbolizes the human emotions, and each expression narrates the story behind it. The appreciation and deep perception of the artists can be seen in their fine creations. The wonderful paintings made with perfection by the craftsmen speak volumes about our culture.

    The Thanjavur paintings include paintings of Perumal, Krishna, Lakshmi, Ganesh, Ramar and others. There are seventeen spectacular paintings to choose from and these have been priced according to the expertise and level of detail that goes into it. These are under the following headings:

    Thanjavur painting of Perumal (starting Rs 2,200)

    Tanjore Paintings

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    Thanjavur painting of Krishna (starting Rs 2,200)

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    Thanjavur painting of Ranganathan (starting Rs 4,800)

    Thanjavur Painting Ranganathar

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    Thanjavur painting of Aalilai Krishna (starting Rs 6,400)

    Thanjavur Painting Aalilai Krishna

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    Thanjavur painting of Cow Krishna (starting Rs 6,400)

    Thanjavur Painting Cow Krishna

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    Thanjavur painting of Lady with Fruit Plate (starting Rs 6,400)

    Thanjavur Painting Lady with Fruit Plate

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    Thanjavur painting of Balaji Padmavathi (starting Rs 11,200)

    Thanjavur painting of Balaji Padmavathi

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    Thanjavur painting of Vitoba Krishna (starting Rs 11,200)

    Thanjavur painting of Vitoba Krishna

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    Thanjavur painting of Sea Girl (starting Rs 12,000)

    Thanjavur painting of Sea Girl

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    Thanjavur painting of Yasodha Krishna (starting Rs 14,400)

    Thanjavur Painting Yasodha Krishna

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    Thanjavur painting of Om Balaji (starting Rs 14,400)

    Thanjavur Painting Om Balaj

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    Thanjavur painting of Saibaba (starting Rs 16,000)

    Thanjavur Painting saibaba

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    Thanjavur painting of Kalpaga Ganesh (starting Rs 16,000)

    Thanjavur Painting Karpaga Ganesh

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    Thanjavur painting of Bharathanathiyam subject (starting Rs 19,200)

    Thanjavur Painting Bharathanathiyam Subject

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    Thanjavur painting of Ramar Pattabishakam (starting Rs 28,800)

    Thanjavur Painting Ramar Pattabishakam

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    Thanjavur painting of Jula Radhakrishna (starting Rs 36,800)

    Thanjavur Painting Jula Radhakrishna

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    Thanjavur painting of T P Mahabaratham (starting Rs 3,60,000)

    Thanjavur Painting Mahabaratham

    Shop this at http://tnpoompuhar.org/tamil-nadu/thanjavur-paintings/other/thanjavur-painting-mahabaratham.html

    With the aim to exhibit and showcase these beautiful works of art and culture all over the world, the Tamilnadu Handicraft Development Corporation Ltd, which is a government of Tamilnadu undertaking, has supported its artists in various ways. It has provided appropriate training programs for upgrading the skills of these artisans while also creating marketing channels for them. With this, the govt. aims to provide socio-economic security to the craftsmen. Various awards, too, are conferred to them, to inculcate and encourage them for better innovations and competency-building in craftsmanship. The creativity of these highly talented artists is available in the form of handicraft items for online shopping.

    Exhibitions are organized not only all over the country, but the whole world to display the fine work of the artists. The plan to launch Urban Haat at Mamallapuram near Chennai and Urban Haat at Kanyakumari and along with a marketing hub will make it easier for the tourists to be able to see the wonderful works.

    These captivating and fantastic paintings are worth beholding for their detailed embellishments and are a classic way to adorn walls. They would speak about the ingenious taste of the consumer.

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