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Madhubani Paintings


Madhubani Paintings

Madhubani Paintings, which we offer, reflect the traditional folk art of Madhubani village, located in Bihar. Each and every piece of the Madhubani Painting has design that blends both rawness of art and a contemporary appeal. The exquisite frame of the Madhubani Paintings gives them a unique appeal. Also known as Mithali Paintings, this art was also found in the Ramayana.

Initially, the art of Madhubani was practiced by females, but now males are also practicing it. This art provides creative expansion, and it portrays the everyday lives. These Madhubani Paintings always adorn the walls and doors of the houses in order to please the Lord. Primarily, these Madhubani Paintings were made on fresh plastered mud wall of the huts, but with due course of time, this art was made on cloth, canvas and handmade paper. Mainly, these Madhubani Paintings are painted on the walls of the houses in various ceremonies such as renovation of the home, wedding or for welcoming a boy to manhood. These Madhubani Paintings have the mesmerizing portrayal of Lord Radha-Krishna, Lord Ram-Sita, Lord Shiv-Parvati, Sri Ganesh, Durga Ma, Goddess Lakshmi and Ma Saraswati. Furthermore, these Madhubani Paintings have various symbols (having specific meanings) such as fish, symbolizing good luck, procreation; peacocks, symbolizing religion and romantic love; serpents, symbolizing divine protectors; turtles, symbolizing an Avatar of Lord Vishnu; Lotus, denoting felinity; Bamboo, depicting masculine sexuality.

Details
  • Size : Customized
  • Raw material : Handmade Paper, Quality Colors and Exquisite Framing
  • Used In : Homes, Hotels, Resorts, Shops, Interior Designers, Architects, Corporate Giftin
  • Color and packaging : Customer specific


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