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Mithili Kala (Satya Narayan Lal Karn and Moti Karn)

Exhibition: Craft Demonstrations: J. Niranjan, Satya Narayan Lal Karn, & Moti Karn

Observe some of the world's most gifted artisans as they create their crafts.

  • Mar. 1 - 20, 2011
  • Hall of States
  • 8 hours
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Observe some of the world's most gifted artisans as they create their crafts. J. Niranjan produces painstaking Kalamkari paintings, using natural dyes applied color by color to produce images of dance and ceremony that are full of life's true details. Husband-and-wife team Satya Narayan Lal Karn and Moti Karn create Mithila Kala, a painting form from the Madhubani district of Bihar, with a cotton-tipped broomstraw dipped in color pastes obtained from leaves, grass, and flowers.

Part of maximum INDIA.

J. Niranjan, Satya Narayan Lal Karn, and Moti Karn are all part of Paramparik Karigar, an association dedicated to preserving and promoting the traditional arts and crafts of India.
All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

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