folk media find its way to the global market , which seems like a good thing for the artists - speaking of Patachitra here in Bengal. The artists for whom the art was dying some years ago, dying means here - no consumption , finally re-bulids itself as a community and finally establishes as one of the rare art makers with context to folk or indigenous art here. However the art is sold , the Patachitra artist feels accomplished as a seller , but what I want to understand is where does the art go? and on this line when does an artist feel accomplished ? is it when the art is consumed in a framed singularity- lets say my bedroom wall or the art is performed everyday. Why cannot this folk art or for that matter many other indigenous visual art be modified and re-united with other digital art -like for e.g whiteboard animation? What is this whole point of remaining indigenous remaining local?