The attractive image of the lord Ganesha with flute and Vishnu chakra
The stunning Panchmukhi Ganesha (the five faces of Ganesha) replica in blue color
The pleasing image of lord Krishna
A scene from the epic Mahabharata where Krishna is riding Arjuna's chariot
The closer perspective of the detailing work in the chariot
An image of lord Ganesha sitting on his Vaahana
The dominating blue with the blend of red, yellow and black
The traditional kolam design locally called Muggu
The collage of kolam designs
The closer view of matsyavatara episode
Image of lord Shiva and Parvati
The Raakshasa samharana episode printed on bed spread
Sri Kalahasti is located 37Km away from Tirupati in Chitoor district in Andhra Pradesh. Sri Kalahasti is well known for its traditional Kalamkari printing. The word Kalamkari is derived from the word Kalam-bamboo pen and Kari-craftsmanship. Kalamkari is a type of fabric printing traditionally done on the cotton cloth using natural materials without adding any chemicals. The craft was originated during the period of Sri Krishnadevaraya and later it is patronized by Dr. Kamala Devi Chattopadhyaya Kalamkari prints illustrate episodes from puranas like Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Traditional themes are depicted from the episodes of Hindu mythological epics. These fabrics are used as hangings in temples and religious instruction. The motifs include temple scenes, wall panels, village scenes, images of deities like Ganesha, Rama, Krishna, and Arjuna. Some of the motifs include trees, birds, and flowers. The Contemporary products are wall panel, Panchatantra themes, sari, dupatta-stole, stationery, photo frames, hand bags, Spectacle cases, and thoranam.
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