Handloom Weavers

Handloom Weavers

Traditional Board Games were not just games, they were designed in such a way that one can develop lot of skills like logical thinking, building strategy, concentration, basic mathematics, aiming, and lot more.
Traditional Games act as learning aids. They teach us many things like strategising, develop sensory skills, count, add, improve motor skills, improve hand-eye co-ordination and finally to have fun, naturally one play or watch a game to have fun. Presenting them in various paint styles and textile traditions, board games can revive the play as well as the art form. Apart from presenting, these games become a tool for awareness and education on dying art forms, while being ecologically sensitive and empowering rural initiatives.
Paint styles like GOND, PHAD, MADHUBANI, SANTHAL, WARLI, KALAMKARI art can become the tool of representation while also involving eco-friendly materials like organic cotton, Eri Silk, Recycled wood and other such alternatives.
While representing the art form, they also become the medium of expression of local culture, folklore and tradition, providing simultaneous livelihood and lifeline to various art forms in India./div>

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