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Cheriyal Plate 17, Hand-painted

Cheriyal Plate 17, Hand-painted



Cheriyal painting is a traditional art form of Telangana, India, that depicts scenes from Indian mythology and folklore on cloth scrolls.

The paintings are made with naturals colours and brushes, and have a distinctive style and colour scheme. The background is usually red, and the figures are drawn with bold outlines and bright colours.

The paintings are used as visual aids for storytelling by the itinerant bards, who narrate the stories in song and verse. The paintings are also displayed in temples and homes as a symbol of devotion and culture. Cheriyal painting is a rich and vibrant art form that reflects the local ethos, customs, and traditions of Telangana. It is a living heritage that is passed on from generation to generation by the Nakashi community of artists.

Cheriyal paintings are also done on plates and masks, using the same technique and style as the scrolls. The plates and masks are made of wood, terracotta, or papier-mache, and are prepared with a coat of white primer or chalk powder.
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191 mm - 7.5 inch Round


191 mm - 7.5 inch Round


25 mm - 1 inch




Open Edition


High-quality matt glazed ceramic plate with custom digital print. The plate is Packed in a Kappa board box, foldable display stand, pre-attached wall mount, special card with detailed writeup on the artist and the artwork.



Price Range

Rs.2500 to Rs. 4999
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    This artwork is accompanied by an Authenticity Certificate.
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    The product is produced in India & is Hand made by an artist