Madhubani Folk Art Paintings

Madhubani Folk Art Paintings originates from the villages of Madhubani and Mithila in Bihar. The rural women of Mithila, it is believed, used to carve out their imaginations on the walls, floors and doors of their mud houses. These later came to be known as Madhubani Paintings.
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Rural Women Performing Daily Chores - Wall Hanging (Madhubani Folk Art on Hardboard)

Rural Women Performing Daily Chores - Wall Hanging (Madhubani Folk Art on Hardboard)

Radha Krishna in a Chariot with Gopinis - Wall Hanging (Madhubani Folk Art on Hardboard)

Radha Krishna in a Chariot with Gopinis - Wall Hanging (Madhubani Folk Art on Hardboard)

Women Carrying Flowers in Basket (Madhubani Folk Art on Paper - Unframed)

Women Carrying Flowers in Basket (Madhubani Folk Art on Paper - Unframed)

Hanuman Offering Lord Rama's Ring to Sita  (Madhubani Folk Art on Paper - Unframed)

Hanuman Offering Lord Rama's Ring to Sita (Madhubani Folk Art on Paper - Unframed)

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