Jhoti Chita (Odia: ଝୋଟି ଚିତା) is a traditional Odia white art majorly shown in rural areas of Odisha. It is made from rice paste and with a piece of cloth surrounded with a stick is used to create beautiful jhotis. People also use their bare fingers to make jhotis too. Jhotis can be created over the wall and on the floor too.
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