Madhubani Painting Dancing Peacock
VENDOR: Stonewashed Studio
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MadhubaniÊpainting or Mithila painting is a style ofÊIndian painting, practiced in theÊMithilaÊregion ofÊBiharÊstate,ÊIndiaÊand the adjoining parts ofÊNepal. Over the decades these striking paintings have become the most popular folk art form in the world. It is believed that the art form originated during the time of Ramayana, when King Janak commissioned artists to paint pictures on the occasion of his daughter SitaÕs wedding.
A peacock in the Madhubani painting represents divine love, knowledge, prosperity, and romance. As the feather is in the form of an eye, it is believed that it saves us from the evil and negativity. People keep the feather of a peacock in their homes as a sign of good luck and prosperity.Ê
It will certainly add a traditional touch to your wall and brighten up your living spaces.ÊThis Madhubani Art is painted on handmade and recycled paper, using acrylic & water colours.
24Ó Length & 11Ó Width
*This piece of art comes without frame and might contain slight irregularities which add to its unique charm.Ê
NOTE-ÊPaintings and Prints Êare made to order. EstimatedÊ day of dispatch for Paintings and Prints is 15-20 days from the date of order confirmation.