Kalamkari Painting Refers to 

  1. A hand-painted cotton textile in South India
  2. A handmade drawing on bamboo handicrafts in North-East India
  3. A block-painted woollen cloth in Western Himalayan region of India
  4. A hand-painted decorative silk cloth in North-Western India
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 26th August 2015 in Arts.
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    Answer : (1) A hand – painted cotton textile in South India

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    Kalamkari painting refers to a hand- painted cotton textile in South India. It name formed with two words Kalam  and Kari  which means are Pen and work. The pen was made with the stick of bamboo or date palm stick which was pointed at the end with a bundle of fine hair attached to this pointed end like a brush or pen. It is an ancient Indian art which was originated about 3000 years ago.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 27th August 2015.
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