Lippan art is a clay art form from the state of Gujarat, India. It is mostly done by the village ladies from Kutch to decorate their homes. Traditionally lippan is made by adding mud and cow dung and done on the walls.
Pair of Lippan clay art Radhe Krishna (18″x18″) showcases Kutchi home decoration. These panels have been made using traditional mud from Bhuj and can adorn doors an aesthetic appearance.