Madhubani painting workshop

Madhubani Painting workshop with Yamuna

Mithila painting, also known as Madhubani painting, is done using fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and match sticks. The sketches and various consumer goods are made with folk motifs of Mithila. Its main theme is traditional geometric patterns. This art form was brought to further public attention in 1934 when the worst earthquake of magnitude 8.0

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Madhubani Painting

Madhubani Painting Workshop with Sneha Sarkar

Madhubani painting, one of the most famous traditional Indian art practiced mainly in the state of Bihar. The art form originated in the Mithila region. The main themes and motifs are influenced by Hindu mythology, nature and depiction of love. Madhubani painting is related to maths as due to the inclusion of complex geometrical shapes

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Madhubani Painting workshop

Madhubani Painting Workshop With Pooja Jha

Geometrical shapes and bright colours dominate Madhubani paintings. Madhubani art is done with a variety of tools, including fingers, twigs, brushes, nib pens, and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigments. The symmetrical detail patterning inside the geometric shapes requires patience to get a neat look. The art form originated in Mithila. Rooftop curated an amazing

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