Traditional Art forms of India

 Traditional Art forms 

Our traditional art forms has played a big role in preserving our culture and traditions. 
Traditional art is not just an art it’s the legacy of our ancestors which are passed down to us.


“Different Traditional art forms of India”

India has so many varieties of Traditional art forms like Madhubani, Warli, Gond, Kalamkari, etc. 
Unfortunately, we lost so many traditional art forms. Let’s have a look at some, traditional art forms of  India.

Madhubani Painting

This art form is also called Mithila art, this art form was practiced chiefly by women who wanted to be one with god , interestingly Britishers discovered Madhubani art in an earthquake in the 1930s.


Warli Painting


Gond Painting

The Gond art form was created by the Gondi tribe of Madhya Pradesh it mainly represents flora and fauna, the colors used in making Gond art were made of leaves, cow dung, colored soil.

Phad Painting

This art form originated from Rajasthan. This art form was made on scroll the long scroll on which it is painted is called Phad.

Tanjore Painting

The Tanjore art form originated in south India in 1600 AD, artist mainly used gold foil to make Tanjore art.

Patachitra Painting

This art form originated in West Bengal and Odisha. Patachitra art mainly depicted gods and goddesses.

“Why we are losing our traditional art forms”

We are losing our traditional art forms because of a lack of interest in the new generation, very less people have seen these art forms because very less are available. The artists are not making them because of its small market and low profitability, the influence of western culture is also responsible for the decline in traditional art forms. The best way to preserve our traditional art form alive is by having them in our homes. If you want to have some, then