Syamvar Radhe Krishna Tikuli Painting
Syamvar Radhe Krishna Tikuli Painting. Tikuli art has a deep historical significance associated with it. Tikuli Painting is the
term that is locally used for bindis, which are essentially colorful dots that women
wear as accessories between their eyebrows. The bindi has been a symbol for the
intellectual capacity of the feminine for time immemorial. In contemporary Bihar, it
serves as a symbol of empowerment for women. Tikuli painting showcasing a
scene of rural India empowering women to work and earn their livelihood. With
Ancient Arts it’s a huge shift that we can associate modern liberal thinking.
Women empowerment is a great rise from the crude medieval thinking and the
monochrome painting here depicts women engaged in various chores working and
supporting other women while enjoying their freedom. This piece of art should be
placed such that it is viewable in its full grandeur, neatly framed on a wall or as a
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