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Rajasthan Phad Paintings

19 Products

Immortal Love Of Radha-Krishna Phad Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

Royal Mughal Wedding Procession Phad Rajasthani Painting

Rs. 2,250.00

Song Of Love Radha Krishna Rajasthani Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

The Maharaja Cavalcade Rajasthani Painting

Rs. 1,450.00

Royal Ride Rajasthani Phad Painting

Rs. 1,450.00

Krishna Love For Cattle Phad Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

The Mighty Rajput King On Expedition Phad Painting

Rs. 1,450.00

Divine Love Radha-Krishna Phad Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

Immortal Love Of Radha-Krishna Phad Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

The Cowherd Krishna Phad Painting

Rs. 6,000.00

The Procession Of Nawab Rajasthani Painting

Rs. 2,250.00

Pampering Of Queen Mughal Silk Painting

Rs. 2,150.00

 

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Famous for centuries for its vibrant visual representation of the great tales of our holy deities, the Phad painting of Rajasthan is no less than a majestic piece of art. Its cultural significance stands robust in the art field. The amount of precise work, skills, and technique these artists are taking forward from ancestors is remarkable, and it's time we do our little in praising them and helping our roots stay alive. Tokenz presents you with an exotic range of Phad painting Bhilwara on canvas directly from the lap of our culture to your home. We will bring heritage to your home, and all you have to do is some scrolling and clicking.

One From The Laps Of Ancestors; Buy Phad Paintings From Bhilwara Online 

India is a land full of traditions, and Rajasthani paintings are a significant part of it. Artists work hard and display exquisite craftsmanship to keep the essence of our customs and culture alive, and Tokenz strongly believes in promoting them. While we are doing our little by bringing their creation to you through our online portal, you can do yours by appreciating them and doing some Rajasthani painting online shopping. As they serve both the religious and the graceful aspect, so buying a phad painting will kill two birds with a single stone. They are the perfect piece of art to add grace to any wall of your home, and not only grace but, when your order phad paintings online, we will serve you with beauty and blessings both through our fine collection.

Our collection includes various pieces of some skilled artwork. Naming a few, we have the grand Rajput king on the expedition to the majestic royal Mughal wedding precession and various designs of the immortal love of Radha Krishna. Some of the paintings are available in different types, so that you can select the one you like the most and that suits the wall and aura of your home. They will not only add a sheer touch of elegance to your place but will bring back the charm of roots. There is a saying that paintings speak louder than words, and this one will scream heritage, royalty, and beauty for you. Not forgetting to mention, this exemplary piece of artwork also serves as a unique and thoughtful gift for your near and dear ones on any occasion. When you buy Rajasthani paintings on canvas online with Tokenz, you don't have to worry about anything other than placing your order. We will bring home only the best of the best artwork to your home and make sure it reaches you ASAP.


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FAQs

What is the significance of the Phad painting of Rajasthan?

It is a traditional Rajasthani folk art that is famous for devotional paintings. Basically, it narrates tales of deities in detail through art.

What is the origin of the Phad painting of Rajasthan?

Soaked-up in the culture, Phad paintings are as old as 700 years old. Phad has its root in Shahpura of Bhilwara, Rajasthan. They stand out for their unique form of art and exquisite craftsmanship.  

What does 'phad' symbolize in phad paintings?

Phad paintings are also known as scroll paintings as they narrate various holy tales elaborately. The word 'phad' means to fold, and that is where the name scroll paintings and thus 'phad paintings' came into action because, in order to see them, you have to unfold them.

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