Vasudha (Goddess Earth)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Vasudha means Goddess Earth in Hindi.   Hand painted in the motifs of Mithila or as popularly known Madhubani paintings, an ancient folk art from India. Mithila Artform is famous for the details in the paintings in…

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Uday (Rise)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Uday means Rise, commonly associated with Sunrise (Suryodaya). Uday also signifies new beginnings.   Hand painted in the motifs of Mithila or as popularly known Madhubani paintings, an ancient folk art from India. Mithila Artform is famous…

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Sarvadrasta (Seeing All)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Sarvadrasta means the one who is able to see all. One who has vision for all.  One who can visualize all. One who likes to take care of all.   Hand painted in the motifs of Mithila…

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Jharokha (Window)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Jharokha is a window projecting from the wall face of a building, popular in medieval Indian Architecture. Jharokha worked both as decoration and viewing platform.   Hand painted in the motifs of Mithila or as popularly known…

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Jhalak (Glimpse)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Jhalak means Glimpse. When you try to have a glimpse of universe represented symbolically with representation of Sun, Moon and the nine planets. It’s a vast horizon with no limit to expand and grow.   Hand painted…

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Doli (Palanquin)

Art By Nupur Nishith Medium: Acrylic ink on Paper Size: 12 x 16 in Year : 2017   Doli means Palanquin, the carriage for Brides. As per tradition brothers and other male members carry the palanquin of the bride to her in laws place after the wedding. In this painting the beautiful elements from nature…

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