Bengal Patachitra Duffle Bag

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Bengal Patachitra Duffle Bag


• 100% polyester with black interlining
• Fabric weight: 9.56 oz/yd² (325 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
• One size: 22″ × 11.5″ × 11.5″
• T-piping for stability
• Adjustable and removable padded shoulder strap
• Dual padded handles with hook & loop fasteners for easy carrying
• Mesh side pocket
• Multiple inside pockets
• Blank product components sourced from China

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Pattachitra style of painting is one of the oldest and most popular art forms practiced majorly in Odisha and West Bengal. The name Pattachitra has evolved from the Sanskrit word ‘patta’, meaning cloth, and ‘chitra’, meaning picture. This art form is believed to have originated as early as the 12th century and is one of the oldest and most famous living art forms.

The Pattachitra artists also known as the chitrakars, predominantly made icon paintings based on the Hindu mythology. The most popular themes are The Badhia (a depiction of the temple of Jagannath), Krishna Lila (an enactment of Jagannath as Lord Krishna displaying his powers as a child), Dasabatara Patti (the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu); and Panchamukhi (a depiction of Lord Ganesh as a five-headed deity).

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Weight 0.95 oz


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