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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 10, Part F (2020)

Exploring tribal tattoo motifs of Madhya Pradesh through textile industry

Author(s)
Dr. Maneesha Thakur, Dr. Neelam Agarwal and Dr. Smita Pathak
Abstract
Textile industry has been a symbol of India’s cultural heritage, which has worked to connect the people and played an important role in economic interests. Textile industry is a oldest industry in India having huge cultural heritage with extensive range of textile stuffs, method and type that reproduce the various set of people and customs across the country. A variety of arts are popular in all over the worlds, tribal tattooing art is also from one of them.
The research was focused on identification of tattoo design motifs of Gond and Baiga tribes of Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh for exploring adaptation of some of them on cotton fabric for designing purpose using the different ornamentation techniques and their illustrations on designer Kurtis through computer aided designing (CAD).
Pages: 340-344  |  229 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Maneesha Thakur, Dr. Neelam Agarwal, Dr. Smita Pathak. Exploring tribal tattoo motifs of Madhya Pradesh through textile industry. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(10):340-344.
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