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Lippan art work is the traditional artwork of the desert region of Kutch, Gujarat. ‘Lippan’ means to apply. Beautiful designs using camels, birds, trees, flowers, peacocks and other nature inspired motifs are created on the wall of homes using mud, thread and mirrors. Deities and symbols that bring prosperity and peace to homes are creatively designed in this art form. Mud and mirror work is mainly done by the women of the Rabari community. The women are so experienced in this art form that they usually don’t draw or trace a pattern before beginning work. Rabari is the pastoral community of Kutch, living in the outskirts of its villages. They dwell in a few clusters of communal or family houses known as Bhungas which are designed and built to take care of their practical needs in the harsh climate of Kutch. This art form has no records available to trace its origin.
The modern influence has introduced a new form of protective coating that ensures longevity of this extraordinary mud art.
Beautiful designs are created on walls with clay and mirrors.
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Mud work is one of the oldest crafts of the Kutch region. From mud work paintings, exclusive potteries to terracotta this place has offered all of it. Lippan Kaam or Chittar Kaam is the traditional mural craft of Kutch that can be traced back to centuries when this craft was used to strengthen mud houses for prevention against natural calamities.