Anita Bose’s Book Patachitra of Odisha and Jagannath Culture Released



A successful artist, a world explorer and an adventurer at heart, Anita Bose, who has devoted two decades in nurturing her creative pursuits, launched her new book “Patachitra of Odisha and Jagannath Culture” (by Gangchil Publications) at Turiyananda Hall, The Golpark Ramkrishna mission Institute of Culture. The original Bengali version of the book along with its English translation was inaugurated on the same date.

Respected Secretary of Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture Golpark, Swami Suparnananda, the honourable Superintendent of Bhubaneswar State Museum, Dr. Jayanti Rath, New York based International author, Professor Jael Silliman, the President’s Award winning Patachitra artist, Sridhar Maharana launched the book along with the author.

Bose has travelled to various parts of India and Southeast Asia for research and to learn about the different shades of all native art forms. Her studies included the influence of Indian art and Hinduism on Southeast Asian Countries. From 2013 onwards, her various articles on this subject have been published in esteemed magazines such as “Udbhodhan”, “Bali Jyotih”, “Sala” etc, in India, Bali. The book, “Patachitra of Odisha and Jagannath Culture”, attempts to bring to the notice of the masses, the complicated form of historical art. In this book, she pens down a detailed analysis of the Patachitra that takes place as we trace the beginnings from the ancient periods to its contemporary form in the modern day.

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