Thursday, February 11, 2016

MADHUBANI PAINTING - Hanuman meeting Sita in Lanka

Madhubani paintings also called as Mithila paintings originated from Bihar. It was originally done on Mud walls or floors of houses. Now madhubani art is found everywhere from wall murals to sarees, tea coasters and handbags and so on. The colors are bright and the sketching has a childlike quality which makes this art form an attractive option to learn and paint.

This painting is based on the event in Ramayana where Hanuman meets Sita and gives her Rama's ring. A painting of an event which signifies hope and success in the epic. Painting on handmade paper using powder colors

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