Garden Umbrella #5 – Pipli Art – Indian handicrafts
Chandua art or Pipli art is an art culture that came into being in and around the 12th century, under the reign of Maharaja Birakshore of Puri, who ordered the local people or artisans to make stitched cloth or garments to offer Lord Jagannath. They started creating apparel, cloth, paperwork in their style, which gave rise to a new type of art culture in the town of Pipili. The town of Pipili is located around 40kms from Puri, Odisha. It is a small town whose income is based on the sale of these accessories. The irony is the village derived its name from the Pir (the holy Muslim saints) but the work they do is used for Hindu temples. This shows the diverse culture of the Indian Artisans.
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