1369 Antique Puri Patta Jatri Patti - Jagannath Puri - Indian Art Painting - Rare Subject

Beautiful example of the art category 'Puri  Patta' or Pilgrim's Souvenir from Jagannath Puri


The vivid colors are characteristic of the historical folk art of the region.


Cotton cloth is treated before painting and after painting with lacquer to protect the paint. Jatripattis are religious souvenirs of the kind that were given to the pilgrims who visited Jagannatha temple in Puri until the start of the century (1900s) and painted with reed pens.. The old methods of painting have now been discontinued.


Hindus have four important pilgrimage spots -known as 'Chaar Dhaam' that a devout Hindu ought to visit during his lifetime. The Jagannath temple of Puri is one of them.


The subject is the story of Krishna overpowering Sesh Nag


Very Rare Subject.


Rare Red Ground. Painted Red on the back as well.

Odisha, India 


Mid-late 1800s


 43 x 30.7cm



Similar JatriPatti seen on Page 98, 'Ritual Art of India' by Ajit Mookerjee, Thames & Hudson.


1) LACMA museum [ SEARCH "PURI"]



3. Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology, Oxford
Accession Number

4. Art Gallery NSW Accession number 583.1996






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