2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 1, PART D
is traditional hand painted and printed textiles from South Indian region of India and reserve a story of art manifestation and rich culture in the traditional method of practice. The craft was initially used as temple art which was praised by the pilgrims and eventually flourished by the rulers with great patronage. Kalamkari
is true example of design scholars for uplifting and polishing their knowledge through the Elements of design of Kalamkari and its traditional process of producing the articles. This age old craft has been continuously gaining attention by the national and internal designers.
This research is an attempt to record the awareness of Kalamkari craft among the design scholars with reference to its production process. The information about the craft was collected through secondary and primary resources and presented in an order to achieve the objective.