Aipan paintings are traditional painting of the Kumaon regions of Uttarakhand and they are very common paintings throughout India; It is called Alpana in Bengal, Satiya in Gujarat, Rangoli in Maharashtra, Chowk Pooran in UP, Kolam in south India, Madne in Rajasthan, Arichan in Bihar and Bhuggul in Andhra. They are very commonly drawn in places of worship, and at the entrance of houses and generally, rice flour is used to decorate the designs. It has great social, cultural and religious significance. With the help of this DIY craft kit, you will be able to teach your children (and yourself) about the history of Rogan art and their paintings and not only will you be sharing an experience and creating memories, you will also be lending a hand in supporting the local artists who are trying to keep Rogan artform alive.
Craft type: Rogan Painting
Material: No plastic . 100% natural
Age Group: 5 years+
Dimension: 15x26x3 cm
INCLUDES: 2 colouring cards , 2 bookmarks , 2 gift tags, 2 gift boxes, 6 child safe non toxic paints, 2 brushes, 2 packs of raw materials for making natural colour and a fact sheet about the art form.
A FAIR TRADE Product.