In the heart of Puri ( India ), Odisha lies a blooming cultural paradise. Raghurajpur – the heritage arts & crafts village – where every villager is an artist and every home is an artist’s studio. But their colourful lives have some dull moments. And we can help complete their # Half Story.Watch the pitiful conditions of Great Artists of India.
The work is complex. The walls are plastered with lime, sand, molasses and jute. The paints are made from minerals, pigments and plant gum and have no synthetic materials.Brindaban Swain is another artist who is suffering but there is one ray of hope. In Raghurajpur, a cultural NGO has paid for murals, turning the village into a kind of living gallery.The project is fighting to save one of India’s oldest classical painting forms. The techniques are traditional and the themes are varied – usually narrating religious and mythological stories.