"Viewing a good painting begets good luck."
This belief is the basis of this centuries-old art form practiced by the second largest tribal community of India - The Gonds from Central India. Traditionally painted to decorate the mud walls of their houses, it was only after the discovery of a young artist, Jangarh Singh Shyam in 1981, that Gond artists took to paper, acrylic paints, and canvas. In his short-lived life, Jangarh Singh Shyam contributed immensely in bringing this art form into the mainstream. He initiated a new and unique school of art - Jangarh Kalam, hereby rejuvenating Gond art and saving it from being lost in oblivion.
Our curated collection of stationery is a tribute to such artists. Each piece is unique and has been hand-painted depicting traditional Gond motifs.