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Wedding Card for Bihari Bride & Assamese Groom

I designed this Wedding Card in Mithila / Madhubani style for a wedding where the Bride comes from Bihar, India and the Groom from Assam ,India. As in the wedding this card highlights  the amalgamation of two cultures their rituals and practices in India. The design of the Card starts with the Blessings of  Lord Ganesh on…

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Goddess Durga

या देवी सर्वभूतेषु मातृरूपेण संस्थिता । नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमो नमः ॥ Goddess Durga On the auspicious occasion of Durga Puja and Navratri, Goddess Durga in Madhubani / Mithila style of Painting. In traditional Mithila this painting is also known as painting of “Bhagawati” ( meaning “Devi” or “Goddess” ) Mode of Creation : Digital…

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Lord Buddha

Theme: Lord Buddha sitting on ‘Lotus” surrounded with the Buddhist symbols of “Peepal Leaves”, “Dharma Chakra” “Buddhist Drums”. Mode of Creation : Digital Artist : Nupur Nishith

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Pair of Peacock in Mithila Painting (Digital)

Pair of Peacock digitally painted in the style of Mithila / Madhubani Painting. Symbol : Love Mode of Creation : Digital Artist: Nupur Nishith Other paintings featuring Peacock on this site: Handmade painting on paper – Mor (Peacock) Handpainted in Mithila painting (01) Mor (Peacock) Couple handpainted in Mithila Painting (01) Mor (Peacock) Couple handpainted in Mithila…

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Baans (Bamboo tree) in Mithila Paintings

Baans (Bamboo) painting is one of the traditional elements in Mithila Painting. It is the symbol of growth and creativity.It is considered auspicious during Maithil marriages where it carries an important significance . Mode of Creation : Digital painting Artist : Nupur Nishith

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Banana Tree in Mithila Paintings (Digital)

Banana tree is considered as the symbol for Prosperity. The painting of Banana tree is considered auspicious during marriages in Mithila. Although traditionally this painting is made by hand here its made in the digital way. Mode of Creation :  Digital Artist : Nupur Nishith

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Sher (Lion) in Mithila Painting

Sher (Lion) digitally painted in the style of Mithila / Madhubani Painting. Motifs of Flowers and leaves are being used to fill the background and borders. Lion is considered as the symbol of strength. Mode: Digital Painting Artist – Nupur Nishith

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Kamal (Lotus) in Mithila Painting

Made as one of the four in the series for 4 vertical costers. Theme: Lotus as a symbol for auspicious , purity Here the pattern of Lotus has been inspired from the Aripan (Floor Painting) made in Mithila during the festival of  BratriDwitya (Bhaidooj). Bhai Dooj is festival celebrated between brothers and sisters, normally two days after Diwali….

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Surya (Sun) in Mithila Painting (Digital)

Theme: Sun as a symbol for new beginning, positivism, growth. Mode of Creation : Digital Artist: Nupur Nishith   Update: Other three paintings made in this series: Kamal (Lotus) Shankh  Fish  

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Shankh in Mithila Painting (Digital)

Made as one of the four in the series for 4 vertical costers. Theme: Shankh as a symbol for auspicious, pure, new beginning Mode of Creation : Digital Artist: Nupur Nishith  Update: Other three paintings made in this series: Surya (Sun) Kamal (Lotus) Fish

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