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Tamil Nadu is known for its traditional ornate paintings, known as Tanjore or Thanjavur paintings. This is an important form of classical South Indian painting, native to the town of Tanjore, which is about 300Km from Chennai, in Tamil Nadu. The art form dates back to the early 16th Century and is known for its elegance, rich colors, and tremendous attention to detail.
In finest Tanjore paintings , only 22 carat gold leaves are used.