The gopis around them are in an ecstatic mood, some with fans or fly whisk
in their hands. Since this art style has specifications regarding features
and bodies, so the artist asserts his creativity by experimenting with colours and patterns on the
clothes of the gopis. He maintains a compositional balance through the
number of gopis on either sides and the lotus ponds at the lower corners.
The red background illuminates the already colourful painting.
Vibrant colours intricately woven with the folk element account for the
enduring popularity of pata chitras.
This description by Kiranjyot.
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