Marbel lamps made by the art workers in Jaipur: Mudiali Club
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By Anirudha Dutta and Baisakhi Chakraborty

TWO young artisans Subhajit and Somi Majumdar have brought alive the creativity of Rajasthani art to the land of Bengal at Mudiali Park community Durga Puja pandal in south Kolkata.

Emulating the Rajasthani art form, the pandal presents the story of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati on a panel done with stone dust on glass. Gemstone painting of Jaipur, Meenakari chowki, and marble lamps have contributed to the central theme.

The Durga idol too has a distinct Rajasthani look and thus, is different from the traditional look of Maa Durga. Arun Lal, a member of the puja committee said that the art works were done in Rajasthan and then brought to Kolkata.

Ambience in Mudiali Park
Durga Puja pandal at Mudiali Park in south Kolkata presents a slice of Rajasthani art and culture.

Art workers of Jaipur made beautiful Gemstone paintings which would be preserved after puja: Mudiali Club
Art works of Jaipur made of gorgeous gemstone paintings adorn the walls of Mudiali Park Durga Puja pandal. The organisers said they will preserved the paintings after puja.
Marbel lamps made by the art workers in Jaipur: Mudiali Club
Lanterns made of marble is another eye-catcher characteristic at Mudiali Park. 

Brilliant and gorgeous decorations attract viewers eyes to wait a little and watch every detailings: Mudiali Club
Gorgeous vibrant art work will surely keep the visitors hooked to the Mudiali Park  pandal so catch the minute detailing.
Traditional idol gives the perfect touch with the art works: Idol of Mudiali Club
Rajasthani look of the Mother Goddess and her entourage adds to the central theme at Mudiali Park.