Manjusha Peacock Printed Jute File Folder
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Authentic GI Manjusha Art- Jute File Folder
GI Origin: Bihar, India
Paint base: Acrylic
Product Content: Single Pack
Manjusha Art, a unique art form literally meaning ‘box’ in Sanskrit. The line drawing art and scroll style of representation of Manjusha typically showcase motifs from the ‘Bihula-Bishahari’ folklore from Bihar – and this is what makes this art extremely different. One of the hallmarks of this style – is the border created in each piece of art – depicting flora and fauna of the region using three colors, pink, yellow and green. What started initially as painting on water vessels or ‘kalash’ has now evolved into art on walls, paper paintings and even on fabric.
Manjusha Printed Jute File - This Is An Exclusive GI Of Bihar, IndiaWith Manjusha art Elegant designs, Perfect Stitching, Long Lasting, Easy to use, Suitable for all documents and to keep them safe. Widely used in conferences, seminars, and meetings these folders are sure to catch everyone's attention. Keep stuff organized and secure.
Manjusha art is an ancient folk art of ANG PRADESH. Ang-Pradesh is currently known as Bhagalpur city of Bihar. This Art is completely based on the folklore of Bihula-Bishari. In Manjusha Art Characters are displayed as X letter of English Alphabets. Major Motifs of Manjusha Art – Snake, Champa Flower, Sun, Moon, Elephant, Turtle, Fish, Maina Bird, Kamal Flower, Kalash Pot, Arrow Bow, ShivLing, Tree etc.
Disclaimer: Please note that all our products are meticulously handprinted by master artists one painting at a time. Due to this process, there may be a slight variation from one painting to the next. Such variations are inherent in the manufacturing of handpainted products, so you may expect minor distinctions.
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