The main patterns like linear art, geometrical pattern, flowers and imprints, drawn for ornamental purposes. They are locally known as Deli
An aipan painting framed
Greeting cards cover design with aipan motif
A photo frame with curved line patterns
Winnows in red color with white aipan motifs, which are used in spiritual occasions
Aipan pattern in floral and star motifs
Door steps decorated in Aipan art form
Art inspired by geometrical and line patterns
Swastik design created on Odhani
Design made in the prayer room to place the gods and goddess's idol
An old Aipan wall painting depicting Lord Krishna and Radha
Entrance of house with traditional aipan work welcoming guests
Aipan is a traditional folk art specifically made by women of Uttarakhand. This art is done on floor over brick red background with white paste made out of rice flour. The typical art is done on all special occasions and household ceremonies and rituals. It is believed that these motifs evoke divine power which brings good fortune and wards off evil.
Aipan motifs are typically used in the Kumaon region. The traditional motifs are also used in designing new household products like souvenirs, Coasters, Shawls & Stoles, Wall hangings, Wall paintings, Bookmarks, Photo frames, Tablemats, Cards, Stickers, Jewelry boxes, Key chains, bookmarks and wall tiles etc.
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