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Made by : Rashmi Kavya
Guided by : Ms. Nupur Chopra
Project is about present scenario of artist and art.
Awareness of their rights and importance.
Methods were :-
Formal and informal interviews
Exploration of art
One of the ancient
paintings of India.
Traditional art in Bihar.
Known for unique style of
Themes are generally of
Done in 5 styles :- geru,
bharhi, kachni, Kohbar
Large bulging eyes
jolting nose emerging
out of the forehead
Use of bright colours
First reference from times of
Ramayana- sita’s marriage
Discovered in 1934,after earthquake
by William G. Archer.
In 1973, Railway Minister Dr. Lalit
Narayan Mishra bought it into
Re- discovered by Mr. Upendra
Maharathi and Mr. Bhaskar Kulkarni .
Dr. L.N. Mishra
On mud walls On handmade
On wooden objectsOn PaperOn Designer dress
Gram Vikas Parishad
NGO – provides employment for artisans.
Promotes Mithila and madhubani painting.
Established in 1987
Works in 450 villages.
Registered under FCRA(Foreign Contribution
Has 35 full time staffs and 200 project staffs.
Recently signed for SFURTI scheme.
Status of art and artist in Ranti
It is a co-operative Society Ltd.
associated with :-
the Asian heritage Foundation,
Japan Social development Fund –
Government of India and Bihar
sponsored Jeevika Project.
Formed in 2009
Also provides home for poor
50-70 women are members.
SFURTI (Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of
Traditional Industries )
Promotes cluster development.
Launched by MSME(Ministry of micro, small and
medium enterprises )
KVIC (Khadi and village industries Commission)is the
nodal Agency .
KVIC provides funds.
In 2013,it planned Rs.850 crore for 4 lakh artisans.
Recently, fund of Rs. 2 crore has been given to GVP.
To make traditional industries more competitive
profitable and sustained employment for traditional
industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
Prime Minister's Rojgar Yojana (PMRY) and Rural
Employment Generation Programme (REGP) merged
central sector scheme .
administered by MSME and is implemented by KVIC.
Maximum Project cost should be Rs. 25 lakh.
Scheme available only for new units to establish
To provide continuous and
To facilitate participation of
financial institutions for higher
credit flow to micro sectors.
Most of artisans learnt art as a
Monthly income was Rs.5000-8000
Not satisfied with income
Many artists changed occupation for
Still many looking forward in this
No awareness of Schemes or policies
Hoping for a change
They want direct interaction to
They want a regional office not any
83 years old, experienced and
Devoted whole life for art
Trained 4900 students in
Brahmanand Art institute
Special Contribution in Mithila
Received Rashtrapati award,
Shilp Guru Award,
Certificate in Germany,
A short film “Kalakar Namaskar”
made on her life by Dr. Chandramani.
Visited Japan, Germany & France to
promote the art many time.
Comment on the topic:-
India is known for its art and culture.
For development of nation, art & artist
needs to be retained and sustained.
Change should start from home
Meeting with Godavari Dutt Cont…..
Trishul at Mithila Museum
Awards and certificates
Achievements of Godavari
Art has gained recognition, not the artist.
Art needs to be explored more.
Need of a platform for emerging artists.
Need to attract and retain artist.
Provision of sustainable employment.
Organizing awareness program about schemes and