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Mithila paintings as doodles on phone (Lotus and Peacock)

Made these sometime back couldn’t post them here. These are doodles made on smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the help of S-Pen. First let me explain the paintings : Lotus:  The painting is of Lotus on Paan leaf along with the motifs of peacock and other designs in background and borders in the theme of Mithila /…

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Media covered story of Mithila Painting in New Jersey

Earlier, there was a post on the display of Mithila Paintings in New Jersey. In the post it was mentioned about the Mithila (Madhubani) Paintings by Nupur Nishith which are on display at the Bayonne Art and Music Festival from June 14-21st , 2013 in New Jersey , USA. Now. two of popular Hindi dailies of Patna…

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Mithila Painting in New Jersey

Mithila Paintings by Nupur Nishith are on display at The First Annual Bayonne Art and Music Festival from June 14th,15th and 16th-21st, 2013 in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA. The paintings exhibited during the festival are Lord Ganesha Bride in Mithila Ardhanarishwar Kalash Raas (with Face) Due to shortage of time five existing Mithila Paintings were displayed in the exhibition.  However, The paintings received a overwhelming…

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Bride plucking flower in Garden in Mithila Painting

Bride plucking flower in Garden in Mithila Painting is digitally painted with the motifs and style of  Madhubani / Mithila Painting. In traditional Mithila it is called “Gauri Pujan lai phool torait Kaniya” (Maithili Language) meaning “Bride plucking flowers for worshiping Goddess Gauri”. The married ladies of Mithila worship  Goddess Gauri with lot of devotion for…

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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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Bride in Mithila (01)

Bride in Mithila decorated up with ornaments in a sitting posture performing the rituals. The background motifs include Fish, Peacock, Lotus (Kamal), Shankh etc Base: Paper Paint: Poster Colours Mode: Handmade Painting Artist – Nupur Nishith

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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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