Aipan painting: A traditional style of Rangoli from Uttarakhand

Aipan painting is a traditional style of Rangoli from Uttarakhand which originated in Kumaon region. Recently, a workshop was organised in Jaipur on this art. EBNW Story reports…

Aipan painting workshop (one of the traditional styles of Rangoli Art), was organized online with the help of Rajasthan studio on Monday. Richa Kushwaha, a young artist from Bhopal conducted this free workshop organized for India’s artist community ‘The Circle’. The workshop was organized under the banner of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav – Celebrating India @ 75.

According to Richa Kushwaha, Aipan painting art is related to social, cultural and religious importance. It is most prevalent in the state of Uttarakhand. It is a decorative art form used to decorate the place of worship and the entrance of the house. In the workshop, artists and art-lovers were taught to make Goddess Laxmi based on Aipan art.

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