Swarna Chitrakar is a senior artist who has visited more than 10 countries to exhibit her work.
Jaba Chitrakar is adored for her soulful rendition of ‘Pater Gaan’.
Manoranjan Chitrakar has been painting since the age of 15 and he loves to depict social issues.
Mamoni Chitrakar participated in a cultural exchange program with Smithsonian Centre for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
Bahadur Chitrakar specialises in traditional and Kalighat Patachitra styles. He is also a collector of handcrafted items specially Patachitra from different regions.
Sushama Chitrakar specialises in painting on social issues, alongside traditional themes.
Montu Chitrakar has participated in events across India and also been to Australia and Indonesia.
Rupsona Chitrakar paints on mythological themes and works on apparels as well. She is an expert in painting on tribal themes.
Mousumi Chitrakar has learnt Patachitra from her parents Jaba and Mantu Chitrakar both of whom are noted artists of Naya, Pingla.
Anwar Chitrakar was awarded by the Rabindra Bharati University, the Tourism Department of Delhi and has won a National Award in 2006.
Manimala Chitrakar is the first woman artist from Naya to have ventured beyond her village with her Patachitra.
Sonali Chitrakar paints traditional Patachitra as well as Patchitra motifs on diversified items like Saree, umbrella, kettle etc.
Rahim Chitrakar started learning the art at the age of eight and went on to win the district prize in 2005.
Gurupada Chitrakar is a veteran Patua who paints and sings Patachitra songs with equal expertise.
Golap Chitrakar is a well-known exponent of Patachitra art form for more than four decades now.
Suman Chitrakar paints Bangla Pat, Santhal Pat, Kalighat Pat and paints diversified items like Saree, kurta, t-shirt, umbrella, kettle etc.
Yakub Chitrakar paints traditional Pat based on Ramayana, Mahabharata and also on contemporary social issues like literacy campaign.