GiTAGGED® Madhubani Painting Two Elephant Art (2.8×2 ft)
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On occasion of Sita’s marriage with Lord Rama the entire city of Mithila was decorated with Madhubani paintings an illustration of courage, destiny & Celebrations.
Madhubani Painting Two Elephant Art
Is a ceremonial folk paintings of ancient Mithila region of Bihar that depicts Nature and Mythological events. Mithila painting is never purely decorative but is considered as a wealth of blessing and protection against destructive evil forces and from the anger of Gods.
Practiced by different sects of people, the paintings were Originally categorized into five different styles, such as Tantrik, Kohbar, Bharni, Godna, Katchni.
On occasion of Sita’s marriage with Lord Rama, the entire city of Mithila was decorated with Madhubani paintings an illustration of courage, destiny & Celebrations.
Canvas : Has no specific dimension and is painted on walls, floors, cloths and paper.
Colours : Natural colours extracted from flowers, leaves, fruits, roots.
Characterized by complex geometrical patterns, Madhubani Paintings are drawn in accordance with a fixed theme and accordingly symbols, lines, patterns are drawn. For instance, the symbol fish stands for fertility, good luck and procreation whereas peacocks usually indicate love, religion and romance, serpents stand for divine protectors.
The painters never rub off the wrong or crooked strokes and redo them, because they believe that redoing a picture is inauspicious.
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Treta yuga (Rama's period)
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Shri Pushkar Jha, Chief Artisan, GI Panchayat Mithila.