A new line of Hand Painted Tussar Silk stoles from Unnati Silks
Look what Dupattas painted exquisite hand that only true art lovers will love the change is always welcome in a market in the expectation that looks forward to a new range of fabrics that relieve the dull monotony of an existing line overstaying its welcome. No wonder the world of textiles and fashion is always thrilled with curiosity and wonder when something appears on the blue without notice. A line recently introduced Tussar silk hand painted with artistic painted stoles and Warli Patachitra hand painted figurines are wonderful offering of Unnati Silks. What is a stole one may ask? Flew is the shawl of a woman normally expensive fabric, which is used around the shoulders of an evening gown or prom dress. Closer shawl typical and simpler construction than a cape; it is a length of a quality of material, wrapped and carried on the shoulders or arms. The word flew today is generally used to describe a formal shell, essentially a shawl elegant fabric, often not as broad as a shawl, but long enough to drape around the body. However, scarf refers to a larger section, generally rectangular, triangular or square but sometimes that can be wrapped around the body. Shawls are worn by men and women. They add a nice finishing touch to an outfit and can be worn for warmth or can be purely decorative or both. Shawls are used to accent an outfit, to keep the cold out, for prayer and to cover bare shoulders in formal attire; in short, a very versatile addition to anyone's wardrobe. The modern term "wrap" is now used for shawls and stoles. The special line Unnati stoles of Silks Unnati Silks recently introduced a thin line of silk hand Tussar stoles painted medium sized 2m x 50 cm, which has wonderful hand Patachitra tribal art Odisha paints and magic figure Warli painting on a soft texture and smooth, pure silk plain surface handloom. The main attraction stems from the contrast of the basic silky cream to the variety of colors in the image painted by hand that creates the appearance of a wonderful fashion statement. What is special hand painted art that you ask?
Take the first Patachitra art. Patachitra or pattachitra originated in Odisha, India. "Pata" is fabric and "Chitra" means the image or painting in Sanskrit. Therefore pattachitra would mean the paint on a canvas or canvas. An ancient art form, it displays epics and religious themes in the detailed narrative on a large canvas. The Indian sari with its wide spread has already created waves in the world of fashion with the decoration of the Patachitra "Pallu" or tip of the sari. Pattachitra is painting done on canvas, manifested by applying colorful, creative patterns and designs, and representation of simple themes, most of the time in the mythological representation. The tradition of painting is pattachitra over a thousand years, an art history dating back to ancient times. This Odisha craft paint on any form of canvas themes from Hindu mythology inspired especially by the Jagannath cult and Vaishnava. Again, the cream stoles you the beautiful imagery of Krishna-Radha on one side. Patachitra involves rich vivid colors with extraordinary designs and patterns. It basically involves narrating mythological stories in a simple and lucid manner. The murals of religious sites centered around Puri Konark and Bhubaneswar, Lord Jagannath, Radha-Krishna, Balabhadra, the ten incarnations of Vishnu based on the Gita Govinda of Jayadev, Kama Kujara Navagunjara, Ramayana, Mahabharata are the most popular themes for Patachitra art on canvas. All colors used in the tables are fully natural and traditional way. The process Patachitra seemingly simple but complex enough, the process begins with the region for the painting to be prepared by coating a mixture of chalk and a particular type of gum.