Stamps of India – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

Stamps of India – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

India Post released a set of 2 stamp and a Sheet Let Wall  Paintings on 20th June 2012 depicting Shekhawati and Warli Paintings. ( No Miniature Sheet is issued for these stamps.)

Shekhawati Painting- The havelis of Shekhawati Rajasthan are known the world over for their wall paintings. The themes of these frescoes depict gods, kings, flowers, arabesques and scenes from daily life. The Shekhawati paintings also depict Europeans, as can be identified by their hats in a sea of turbans, in scenes of infantry in opposite sides.

The technique of Fresco painting in Shekhawati was neither primitive nor unique to the area. Instead it resembles closely the Italian Fresco technique developed around the 14th century. In Shekhawati, the fresco painters were called Chiteras and belonged to the caste of Kumhars . They were also called masons, since they performed both the functions of painting as well as of constructing the buildings.

Warli Painting – Warli folk paintings are the painting of Maharashtra. Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Mumbai, in Western India. The word “ Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field Despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India, Warli tribesmen are still not urban. Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century AD. Warli is the vivid expression of daily and social events of the Warli tribe of Maharashtra, used by them to decorate the walls of village houses. This was the only means of transmitting folklore to a others who are not acquainted with the written word.

Date Of Issue:- 20.06.2012.

Stamps Quantity Printed 0.3million each

2012 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2012/

2011 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2011/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Day Cover – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

First Day Cover – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

Shekhawati Painting- The havelis of Shekhawati Rajasthan are known the world over for their wall paintings. The themes of these frescoes depict gods, kings, flowers, arabesques and scenes from daily life. The Shekhawati paintings also depict Europeans, as can be identified by their hats in a sea of turbans, in scenes of infantry in opposite sides.

The technique of Fresco painting in Shekhawati was neither primitive nor unique to the area. Instead it resembles closely the Italian Fresco technique developed around the 14th century. In Shekhawati, the fresco painters were called Chiteras and belonged to the caste of Kumhars . They were also called masons, since they performed both the functions of painting as well as of constructing the buildings.

Warli Painting – Warli folk paintings are the painting of Maharashtra. Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Mumbai, in Western India. The word “ Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field Despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India, Warli tribesmen are still not urban. Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century AD. Warli is the vivid expression of daily and social events of the Warli tribe of Maharashtra, used by them to decorate the walls of village houses. This was the only means of transmitting folklore to a others who are not acquainted with the written word.

Date Of Issue:- 20.06.2012.

2012 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2012/

2011 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2011/

Sheet Let – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

Sheet Let Stamps Of India – Shekhawati and Warli Paintings – By India Post

Shekhawati Painting- The havelis of Shekhawati Rajasthan are known the world over for their wall paintings. The themes of these frescoes depict gods, kings, flowers, arabesques and scenes from daily life. The Shekhawati paintings also depict Europeans, as can be identified by their hats in a sea of turbans, in scenes of infantry in opposite sides.

The technique of Fresco painting in Shekhawati was neither primitive nor unique to the area. Instead it resembles closely the Italian Fresco technique developed around the 14th century. In Shekhawati, the fresco painters were called Chiteras and belonged to the caste of Kumhars . They were also called masons, since they performed both the functions of painting as well as of constructing the buildings.

Warli Painting – Warli folk paintings are the painting of Maharashtra. Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Mumbai, in Western India. The word “ Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field Despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India, Warli tribesmen are still not urban. Warli Art was first discovered in the early seventies. While there are no records of the exact origins of this art, its roots may be traced to as early as the 10th century AD. Warli is the vivid expression of daily and social events of the Warli tribe of Maharashtra, used by them to decorate the walls of village houses. This was the only means of transmitting folklore to a others who are not acquainted with the written word.

Date Of Issue:- 20.06.2012.

Sheet Let Quantity Printed 0.1Million.

2012 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2012/

2011 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-2011/