Nathdwara Painting refers to a painting tradition and school of artists that emerged in Nathdwara,
a town in Rajsamand district in the Western state of Rajasthan in India.
Nathdwara paintings are of different sub-styles of which Pichhwai paintings are the most popular.
The word Pichwai derives from the Sanskrit words pich meaning back and wais meaning hanging.
These paintings are cloth paintings hung behind the image of Tiger.