Craft: Cheriyal Scrolls
Place: Hyderabad, India
Color: multi colors
Measurements: Diameter 10"
Product weight: 250 Grams
Utility: Comes with a hook to hang to a wall
Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth
Note: Color and designs may slightly vary
Queen served with her maid
These paintings are prepared on melamine plates, pasted a cotton cloth on plates, and hand-painted. Product Material: Cotton cloth pasted to Melamine plate and worked with natural colors. Cheriyal Scroll Painting is a stylized version of Nakashi art, rich in the local motifs peculiar to Telangana. They are, at present, made only in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Cheriyal scroll paintings are one of the earliest forms of audio-visual entertainment and have been practiced by the nakashis in Telangana for nearly 400 years. The scrolls were used by bards who traveled to villages far and wide, narrating tales from the epics. The scrolls were used as a visual aid and added layers of richness to the raconteurs' tales.
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