Madhubani : Hand-Painted
Hand-painted cultural motifs from Mithila - Madhubani Silk Sarees, Scarfs and Dupatta
The Madhubani style of painting can be traced to the Madhubani district in Bihar, literally meaning ‘a forest of honey’, where women spent a lot of time making these paintings on the walls of their homes. Mainly attributed to the upper caste in the beginning, this was later taken up by women across all castes. The women used their keen sense of beauty to create evocative paintings of gods and goddesses, animals and characters from mythology, using natural dyes and pigments and painted with the help of twigs, fingers and matchsticks. Find an exquisite collection of hand-painted Madhubani silk sarees, selected and picked exclusively for you from Madhubani, Bihar.
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