1) Mata ni pachedi was initially done with a mixture of Kalamkari and block printing, but with this skill set that he should started experimenting the entire Fabric with kalamkari
2) This unique craft where images of the Mother Goddess are painstakingly painted by hand on cloth – is called Mata ni Pachedi or Figuratively – Cloth of the Mother Goddess. The images usually feature the Goddess as the dominant figure seated in the centre holding a weapon to fight evil, with animals and plants intricately drawn around her.
3) This Painting and art form is very scarce and an embodiment of diverse culture of India.
4) What an honor would it be to have one of these as a part of your home decor.
Chitara Kiranbhai Bhulabhai • Born in 1976, Chitara kiran comes from a lineage of “MATA NI PACHHEDI” painters of as early as the 700 Years Old. Chitara kiran started painting from the age of 7 with His father chitara bhulabhai who received a Shilp guru award. Mata ni pachedi was initially done with a mixture of Kalamkari and block printing, but with this skill set that he should started experimenting the entire Fabric with kalamkari,and he made the first time by kalamkari Mata ni Pachhedi as well in traditional colours with other natural colours at the age of 10 Workshop • Chitara kiran ”. Since 1990 he has conducted around 270 more workshops at various Schools all over India and From various foreign universities people come to learn this art like University of Washington School of Public Health • Konstfack - University of Arts, Crafts and Design • Royal Ontario Museum Toronto, Canada • Swiss national Suisse, Switzerland • Tokyo national...