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Native to the Mithila region of Bihar, Madhubani painting is
one of the most traditional forms of wall art. These paintings
were discovered by British colonist William G. Archer during a
survey of the "Madhubani Village" in 1934. Madhubani
paintings were originally painted on the inside of the wall by
the woman in the family.
Madhubani Painting
The word Madubani means "Honey Forest". This art form
expresses people's creativity and sensibility. Like other types
of pop art, it also shows the psychology of the society to which
it belongs.  It reflects the morals, values , and customs of the region in a
very interesting way. These paintings are renowned for their
intricate color patterns, iconic designs, and simplicity. Most of
these paintings revolve around Indian mythology, including
Hindu gods, nature, various gods, social gatherings, weddings,
etc.
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