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Madhubani painting originated in a small village, known as Maithili, of the Bihar state of India. The first reference to the Maithili painting of Bihar dates back to the time of Ramayana, when King Janaka ordered the paintings to be created for his daughter, Sita's wedding.
Initially, the womenfolk of the village drew the paintings on the walls of their home, as an illustration of their thoughts, hopes and dreams. With time, the paintings started becoming a part of festivities and special events like marriage. Slowly and gradually, the Madhubani painting of India crossed the traditional boundaries and started reaching connoisseurs of art, both at the national as well as the international level.
The brush used for Madhubani paintings of Bihar was made of cotton, wrapped around a bamboo stick. The artists prepare the colors that are used for the paintings. Black color is made by adding soot to cow dung; yellow from combining turmeric (or pollen or lime) with the milk of banyan leaves; blue from indigo; red from the kusam flower juice or red sandalwood; green from the leaves of the wood apple tree; white from rice powder and orange from palasha flowers. The traditional base of freshly plastered mud wall of huts has now been replaced by cloth, handmade paper and canvas. Since the paintings have been confined to a limited geographical range, the themes as well as the style are, more or less, the same. The themes on which these paintings are based include nature and mythological events.
The characteristic eye-catching patterns are very striking and beautiful. Madhubani paintings can be used to grace almost all occasions such as birth or marriage as well as and festivals. Or you can simply fill up that empty space on your home and office walls with these vibrant paintings!
A very charming and ethnic painting, this painting illustrates radiating sun and a glowing tree. The sun shines on it in all its brilliance while the tree happily grows towards it. A beautiful painting indeed done with a lot of love and dedication. Frame this up and place it on the empty space in your living or working area to infuse a traditional look to...
This madhubani painting portrays Durga Mata in a traditional way. It is sure to look attractive when placed along with your other décor! Besides, it serves as a great gift too, especially around celebration times and festivals. Compliments will come for sure from the guests…!
Place this on your living room wall or at your workplace and add a conventional look to your place or simply gift this beautiful art depicting a mother’s love for a child. She carries the child even while working. Highly skilled artisans have put in their greatest devotion to render this excellent and beautiful painting for you! Frame it up and fill up...
This traditional piece of art depicting Ganesh and Laxmi is a perfect embellishment for your wall and also makes for a perfect gift for any occasion! So if you're looking for something to add some ethnic style, colour and sparkle to your living or working area, then you’ve found the perfect art work! Frame it up and let the walls look ravishing! A...
The striking feature of this painting is the bright colours which are very vivid and striking, making it look very outstanding. The framed picture gives it a simple yet beautiful look and uplifts the beauty of your space effortlessly! Frame it up and it will surely spruce up the interiors of your living room to grab attention and showcase your love for...