“इस कला के बारे में सीखने से लेकर इस कला को लोगो तक पहुँचाने का सफर बहुत सुहाना रहा है, मैं अपने दादाजी की सीख लेकर पिछवाई को आगे बढ़ाना चाहता हूँ”
Chetan Sharma learnt the sacred art of pichvai painting from his renowned grandfather, Shri Kanhaiyalalji whose work can be seen all across the region and especially at the Juna Mahal in Dungarpur, and has been practicing it for the past 15 years alongside his brother Yogendra Sharma. He takes after his family’s tradition of following the Nathdwara style and bringing out the beauty of the traditional techniques in the most beautiful manner. His work has been displayed and appreciated by the Nathdwara art organisation, and finds a home in the Shrinathji Mandir of Nathdwara. With zeal to learn and the artistic skill to bring out the beauty in devotion, Chetan Sharma embodies the next generation of pichvai artists who are transforming the tradition into a trend.