The concept of Cupid, the Roman god of love, dates back to ancient Roman mythology, which is believed to have originated around the 3rd century BC. The image of Cupid as a chubby, winged baby shooting arrows of love is a later development that became popular during the Renaissance era in Europe. Today, Cupid remains a popular symbol of love and romance in Western culture.
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Introducing Neo Bengal Folk Art - a modern take on Bengal Pattachitra, inspired by Jamini Roy's work. My Illustrations feature thick and thin outlines, vivid colours, and intricate motifs. I aim to bridge the gap between the old and new, honouring our cultural heritage and pushing the boundaries of creativity.
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