Collection: Indian Nathdwara Painting

Nathdwara Paintings are a type of Indian folk art that originated in the town of Nathdwara in the state of Rajasthan. These paintings are known for their vibrant colors, intricate details, and depiction of Hindu deities.

The tradition of Nathdwara painting dates back to the 17th century and has been passed down through generations of artists. The subject of Nathdwara paintings is primarily Hindu mythology and religious themes, with a focus on the deity Shrinathji, a form of Krishna, who is worshipped in Nathdwara. These paintings depict scenes from Hindu scriptures and the life of Lord Krishna.

The paintings are typically created using natural pigments and are a reflection of the rich cultural heritage of India. They are often used for religious purposes, decorating temples and homes, and as gifts for special occasions.

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