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10 grams (approximately).
Traditional handpainted aipan folk art painting done on casement cloth base, made using acrylic colours. This Indian tribal art comes fromKumaon from the family of Namita Tiwari. Aipan is one of the traditional arts (painting forms) of Kumaon. It has great social, cultural, and religious significance. Aipans are known by different names and are popular in many parts of India with larger variations. Alpana in Bengal, Satiya in Gujrat, Rangoli in Maharashtra, Chowk Pooran in UP, Kolam in South India, Madne in Rajasthan, Arichan in Bihar, and Bhuggul in Andhra Pradesh. Namita Tiwari is an award winning Aipan practitioner. She is at the forefront of reviving the art form. In 2015, she founded Cheli Aipan, where she teaches young women the art of drawing Aipan.
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Culture City Almora has been the centre of creative activities since the beginning, so from time to time, platforms were prepared to enhance the skills of new talents; training programmes were organised from time to time by government and non-government organizations; and its sequence even today. As it continues, Namita ji also got information about those training programmes and also got a chance to participate in them, which gave her a golden opportunity to hone her creativity, and then whenever she got time, she started making small aipans in her house. What was then, the confidence grew and creativity expanded. The aipan art made in the home of the first house is now being made in new colours and canvas. She was supported by her family in taking the "Wings of Journey" to a higher level. In 2006, she met Mrs. Kiran Sah ji, with whom she organised many training programs, the sequence of which continues even today.