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Devi Arts -Tanjore Painting Classes

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1st floor 2nd Main Rd Teachers Colony, Koramangala 1st Block, Bangalore (Near Fernhill Apartment )

Sub-Locality: Koramangala 1st Block India
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Classes Frequency:  1 Class/Week
Teacher-Student ratio:  1:8
Registration fee:  0
Course fee:  5500/Month


Tuesday   :  03:30 PM-05:00 PM | 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Thursday   :  03:30 PM-05:00 PM | 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Saturday   :  03:30 PM-05:00 PM | 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Sunday   :  03:30 PM-05:00 PM | 10:30 AM-12:00 PM


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Tanjore Painting is a peculiar, ancient, miniature type of painting named after the place Thanjavur (called Tanjore in English) in Tamil Nadu, a Southern state of INDIA. Thanjavur district is famous for various arts and crafts in which paintings are ranked high among the other arts like Thanjavur Toys, Thanjavur Plates, etc. Its origin dates back to the Nayak & the Maratha period in the 16th century. The Maratha rule of Thanjavur lasted for about 2 centuries from the late 16th century. The Thanjavur school of painting evolved in a period full of political chaos in South India. Thanjavur Paintings flourished under the patronage of the Nayak & Maratha princes in the 16th to the 18th centuries. The art was practiced by two main communities namely - the Rajus in Tanjore and Trichy(a city near Tanjore) and Naidus in Madurai(a city ruled by Pandiyas) . The paintings were rooted in tradition and innovation was limited. The art was sacred to those master craftsmen who choose to be anonymous and humble. Paintings were done on materials like wood, glass, mica, exotic media such as ivory, murals and manuscripts. Most of the paintings were of Hindu deities & saints. Other courtly and secular portraits were also created. The early paintings were embedded with real Diamonds, Rubies and other precious stones. Later, use of semi-precious and artificial stones gained popularity. The painting would be bright and colourful and breathtakingly beautiful. The impact in a darken room is that of a glowing presence. While most of the paintings would depict the Child Krishna and his various pranks, paintings of other deities were also created. Tanjore works have a very special and prestigious place of all the Traditional Indian Arts. These precious arts help us and the future generations to know more about Our Mythological Arts and Culture. Our unique and versatile designs and combinations are always eye capturing and most affordable.

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