Showing posts from category: Mithila Painting

“Girl admiring the Bloom in Spring” in the style of Mithila Art

Its Spring time in this part of world where I live. I just thought to deviate from the traditional themes to a more contemporary theme. In this Mithila / Madhubani Painting, Spring season has been highlighted with a Girl amidst the bloomed flowers, in this case highlighting Tulips and Cherry. Although these flowers are concept…

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Goddess of the Water in the style of Mithila Art

Posting a work after a long gap. Apologies if you missed my work  😉 Recently I had this left over paper and I wanted to try my new nib so just started to doodle which turned up in the form of this painting. After some deliberation named it “Goddess of the water” , keeping in trend the concept of…

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Bhagwati (Goddess) in Mithila (Digital)

Reworked my earlier work of Bhagwati in Mithila / Madhubani Painting. ( Goddess Durga )  This is a symbolic painting. In traditional Mithila, Bhagwati is the Maithil term for the Goddess and is referred with most of the Hindu Goddess. Bhagwati Ghar or Siragu ghar ( Temple of Goddess) is there in traditional Maithil household mostly at their native village…

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Krishna Radha Romance in Mithila Painting

Beginning the year 2014 with a Mithila / Madhubani Painting highlighting Romance as the essence. And it is perfect to portray the Romance of Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha, one of the iconic couples of Hindu Mythology, and are considered as the symbol of Love and Devotion. In this painting, Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha are sitting on Swing emoting extreme love and affection…

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Clay Cups handpainted in Mithila Painting

(Please click on the pictures for a larger detailed view of the works) Cups made of Clay have been hand painted in style inspired from motifs of Mithila / Madhubani painting.  Lotus, Shankh and other patterns are the elements highlighted on the cups in the motifs of Mithila / Madhubani painting. The pattern has been made in…

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Handpainted Diyas in Mithila Painting

(Please click on the pictures for a larger detailed view of the works) During Diwali this year and last year I posted hand painted Diya (earthen Lamps ) in the motifs of Mithila / Madhubani Paintings. Here I am posting some of those Diyas individually for a detail view of the work. Hope you like…

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Diwali Decor: Handpainted Diya and Aripan from Mithila

( Please click on individual images for details regarding the image)  Happy Diwali!!!  After a long time on the occasion of Diwali, tradition with modern innovations. Last year I posted on Diwali Decoration in Mithila theme . Moving from there , this year on Diwali, Aripan and hand painted Diyas in the motifs of Mithila / Madhubani…

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Rakshabandhan Greeting in Mithila Painting

On the occasion of Rakshabandhan, I have made this greetings card wishing my brothers all love. The greeting card has been decorated with the elements in the style and motifs of Mithila / Madhubani Painting .  Rakshabandhan is a festival in India to celebrate the beautiful relation, love, affection and bond between a Brother and a Sister.  On…

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Radhe Krishna in Mithila Painting

In this Mithila / Madhubani Painting , Krishna is teasing Radha by trying to break her pot filled with Makhan (home made Butter). This situation has been taken from the mythological stories of Lord Krishna and Radha.  In Mithila Paintings a lot of themes are taken from the mythological stories in Hindus esp. those of…

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Mithila (Madhubani) Painting in Siddhant (Engagement) Ceremony in Mithila

(please click on the images to view the complete picture) These paintings were made for the Siddhant (Engament) Ceremony of my brother, Himadri Mayank with the lovely girl, Shruti. The first painting is the backdrop for the ceremony made in the style of Mithila / Madhubani Painting.  The painting is graced with the presence of…

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