Ancient Indian folk arts and styles have been passed down from generation to generation, and are still practiced in different parts of the country. Here's a look at what makes 10 of these folk art forms unique.
India had always been known as the land that depicted cultural and traditional vibrancy through its conventional arts and crafts. The 35 states &union territories sprawled across the country have their own different cultural and traditional identities, and are displayed through different forms of art prevalent there. Every region in India has its own arts &pattern of art, which is known as folk art. Other than folk art, there is yet alternative form of traditional art practiced by several tribes or rural population, which is classified as tribal art. The folk and tribal arts of India are very ethnic and simple, and yet colorful and vibrant enough to speak volumes about the country's rich heritage.
India Arts has been a land of rich in culture and religion. Art has been a very integral force in our culture depicting various testimonies to famous idols, landmarks and manuscripts. Some of the design &cultures also depict the historical significant of Ajanta &Ellora, Mughals, Indian Miniature, Love &other related elements. The evolution in art has been significant from traditional forms to modern elements influenced highly by evolving generations &globalization.
India arts and cultures apparently have ainordinate potential in the international market because of its traditional aesthetic responsiveness&authenticity. The rural folk paintings of India tolerate distinctive colorful designs, which are preserved with religious and mystical motifs. Some of the most famous folk arts of India are the Madhubani paintings, Patachitra paintings from the state of Odisha, the Nirmal paintings of Andhra Pradesh, and other such folk art forms. Folk art & design is however not restricted only to paintings, but also stretches to other art forms such as pottery, home decorations, ornaments, cloths-making, and so on.
CIOFF® an Official Partner of UNESCO is organize the intangible heritage, through forms of expression such as dance, music, games, rituals, customs and other arts supports the activities of its members &those of governmental organizations working in the areas of folklore and cultural heritage. The regional dances of India, such as the Bihu dance of Assam, Bhangra dance of Punjab &Dandiya of Gujarat, etc, which project the cultural heritage of those regions, are protuberant competitor in the field of Indian folk art. These folk dances are completed by people to express their exhilaration on every possible event or occasion, such as the arrival of seasons, the birth of a child, weddings, festivals, etc. The government of India, as well as other societies and associations, have therefore made all efforts to promote such art forms, which have become an intrinsic part of India's cultural identity.