Pola Art – The Pola festival is specially celebrated in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. On the day of Pola, farmers and other people worship animals, especially bulls, and decorate them well. Pola is also called Bull Pola. The festival of Pola is celebrated on the new moon day of Bhadon month which is also known as Pithori Amavasya. This festival is recreated in art form as a painting by the artist. The Pola art mainly consists paintings depicting of the worshiping of the bulls during the Pola festival.
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