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MADHUBANI PAINTINGS

 MADHUBANI PAINTINGS

Madhubani Painting or Mithila Painting is folk painting practiced in Mithila region of India (especially Bihar) which mean ‘forest of honey'. Painting is done with fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigments. It has remained confined to a compact geographical area and the skills have been passed on through centuries, the content and the style have largely remained the same and that is the reason for Madhubani Painting being accorded the coveted GI (Geographical Indication) status.It was registered under the GI Act in 2007.

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Traditional Handmade Madhubani Canvas Painting
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Traditional Handmade Madhubani Canvas Painting
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Multicolor Painting of Fish
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Painting of Bride Doli with Kahar
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Painting of Elephant
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Painting of Green Tree
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Painting of Radha Krishna
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Traditional Madhubani Canvas Painting of Rural Scene
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Traditional Madhubani Painting on Canvas of Fish
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Traditional Madhubani Red Canvas Painting  of Fish
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