Madhubani painting started when thousands year ago King Janak of India (now Nepal) got murals from local painters made in his palace and city during the preparations for the marriage of his daughter Sita and King Shriram.
Today, the word Madhubani has become a means of livelihood pride and cultural identity for the people of Madhubani. Yet Madhubani art is an ancient art depicting the cultural legacy of Madhubani.
The painting is done with fingers, twigs, brushes, lemon-pen and matchsticks. The specialty of Madhubani style painting is its eye-catching geometric pattern. This Dupatta brings a rare combination of mixing culture and tradition with modernity.This dupatta reflects the touch of the artisan, think and sensibility. Skill of the craftsman thus making every piece unique
Tussar silk dupatta has been intricately hand painted in traditional madhubani style. The entire work has been done by rural woman painters of Mithila lived in a closed society.
Product Name: Madhubani hand Painted Stole/Dupatta
- Product Code no.: MHPS_001