Ramagya School, Noida encourages students to dream big by strengthening their roots. We connect them to their roots and nourish them to give strength to their wings to fly. The students are exposed to various practises unique to the Culture of India. One of the uniqueness of India is its Folk Culture and Art. Here we bring you a glimpse of our budding artists. Our in-house curator Divya Pandey of Class XI-C has prepared this painting by taking a reference from the actual Krishna Series of famous Indian painter Jamini Roy. Bold and rhythmic lines along with terracotta colour scheme have been used in the background. This art form is a folk art form known as Bengali Kalighat Art Form.
Bengali-Kalighat painting is a school of modern art that originated in 19th century Calcutta, India. The theme of these paintings were mostly mythological characters that later evolved to civil life in Calcutta along with contemporary themes.