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© Saroj Swain
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UploadedOctober 31, 2010
TakenOctober 30, 2010
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ModelDSC-H10
Exposure1/160 sec at f/4
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Focal Length19.3 mm
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Orissa's folkart is connected with its social and religious activities. In the month of Margasira
(December) Oriya housewives worship goddess Laxmi on every Thursday. This is the paddy harvesting season. Farmers thrash out the gains and store in house. Housewives prepare pithas ( Rice pan cakes) by white rice paste and decorate the mud walls and floors of their houses. They are called Jhoti or Chita in Oriya. This attempt is not merely decoration of the house but to establish a relationship between the mystical the material. So these murals in white rice paste are meaningful. On different occasions the Jhoti or Chita is drawn.
This reflects a native housewife is cooking traditionally. The wall of house was made up of mud with painting Jhoti or Chita.The bamboo cane product is Kula which separates paddy from its husk manually.A small container call pachia( made from palm leaves) is meant for keeping any solid things.

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  • Min Chai Liu

    Min Chai Liu gave props (31 Oct 2010):

    Beautiful shot ...Like it

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (31 Oct 2010):

    I hate it, but love your shot!

  • Rajeev Jadhav

    Rajeev Jadhav gave props (3 Nov 2010):

    Saroj ji this just wonderful !!!!!!

  • Shirley Valencia

    Shirley Valencia said (3 Nov 2010):

    Very nice composition here ....The shot certaintly tells a story...

  • Andrew Lorimer

    Andrew Lorimer (Deleted) gave props (8 Nov 2010):

    Beautiful so well done !!!

  • Jean Creamer

    Jean Creamer gave props (10 Nov 2010):

    Beautiful young lady. Interesting story too!

  • valentina

    valentina gave props (12 Dec 2010):

    superb!

  • Yasmina Baggili

    Yasmina Baggili (Deleted) gave props (22 Jan 2011):

    beautiful capture.

  • Merike Mäll

    Merike Mäll gave props (31 Jan 2011):

    kui erinevad on elud ja traditsioonid -hea pilt

  • subhabrata shee

    subhabrata shee gave props (8 Apr 2011):

    wonderful compo....great shot saroj ji

  • misha otaared

    misha otaared gave props (13 Oct 2011):

    a lovely outfit w/ beautiful colors

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