Madhubani painting ( pack of 3 )
Madhubani or Mithila Painting is a style of Indian painting practiced in Mithila region of Indian subcontinent created by tools like twigs, brushes, nib pens and match sticks including fingers, using natural dyes and pigments. It is characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns filled with bright colours and contrasts.
Madhubani art has five distinctive styles: Bharni, Kachni, Tantrik, Godna and Kohbar. Mithila paintings are an expression of a woman’s joys, sorrows, her stories, beliefs, songs and routine. The art derives its name from the village Madhubani – “the forest of honey” in Bihar where the tradition of decorating walls and floors of homes and important locations in the village were a norm since ancient times. The art form replicates the intricate relationship between humans and nature.
Legend says that King Janaka ordered for decoration of Mithila for his daughter Mithili’s marriage when the art form was used to depict life and nature and good luck for couple. Madhubani painting is a symbolic of India’s ancient mythology, rich culture and a tribute to Mother Nature.
Madhubani painting is rich in details, multi colors and lively flaunting the flora and fauna of the land. With Mythical characters and animal motifs, these artisans have innumerable folk tales to share with the world. An intricate piece of art which can stand out and has many tales for the world. This traditional Madhubani painting is a perfect wall decor for every Home, Office, Restaurant and other space.
|16 inch * 6.5 inch, 8.2 inch * 8.2 inch, 8.2 inch * 8.2 inch
|184 gm, 133 gm, 133 gm
|3 Framed Painting
|Country of Origin
|Framed hand painted, Madhubani painting, Ganesha standing on lotus
|Madhubani painting, Ganesha and Floral motifs