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Bhimbetka Warlord

Bhimbetka Warlord
Bhimbetka Warlord
Bhimbetka Warlord
Bhimbetka Warlord
Bhimbetka Warlord
Bhimbetka Warlord
Rs. 899.00
  • Hand Painted by artists highlighting Bhimbetka art form
  • Premium Bio-washed super soft cotton tee
  • Authentic artwork developed at Pulpypapaya Studio

This beautiful white T-Shirt is hand painted by skilled artisans for fine fit and finesse. The art used to decorate this T-Shirt is inspired from Bhimbetka art form and is designed by skilled designer for exclusive designs.

SKU:  MTMCCTXCJJ10677YYY Material: Bio-Washed Cotton Color: White
Art/Craft: Hand Painted, Bhimbetka Art
  • Do not dry clean : Chemicals used by dry cleaners are very harsh.Since this product does not require dry cleaning save the garment from harsh chemicals and thus increase its life
  • Do not tumble dry: Do not put the product in the dryer to dry. Instead leave the garment to dip dry or flat dry on a rack. Tumble dry shrinks this kind of fabric and the fabric might lose its softness. The color might also fade away up to three tones or even more
  • Do not wash in hot water: Wash the product at temperatures lower than 40 degree Celcius. Washing clothes in hot water wastes energy, time and money and still it is harmful to the fabric. May result in fading and shrinkage
  • Medium iron: Iron the garment on medium temperatures to avoid color fading and burn marks
  • Do not bleach : Do not bleach the product or else it will be greatly damaged
Hand Painting: Handmade and vintage art form has always been done by hand giving it a human dimension to the expression of creativity. Though time consuming our in-house artists and illustrators love to spend hours getting their hands soaked into various colors Bhimbetka Art: Bhimbetka cave paintings are as old as 15000 years and were the first form of art produced by man. Dominant theme in this is panoramic intricacies. These majestic caves fall on Bhopal- Hoshangabad Highway (Madhya Pradesh, India) where these caves were accidentally discovered in the 1960’s. It is believed that the five brothers, called Pandavas, took refuge in these unknown colossal caves. This natural art gallery has paintings etched in red and white colors having occasional green and yellow tints depicting lifestyle of early men

You are buying a handcrafted product. Slight irregularities, design and color variations are the inherent part of every handcrafted product which is the actual beauty and uniqueness of the same

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