Madhubani Painting

Ever since I visited the Surajkund Mela (For those who are unaware of this Event, this is a craft event which is and annual fair that showcases the finest handlooms, handicrafts, authentic fragrances & flavours of rich Indian cuisines) in Febuary this year, I'am fascinated by Madhubani paintings, for their vibrant and colourful nature. 
I'm more impressed and attracted towards the one's which have nature embedded in them for example the one's with the peacocks, fishes... simply love them.... :)

Here's one that I made 

I love the vibrancy of the colors in it and the contrast :) and it's gonna have a frame soon :)

I have already booked my plans for visiting the Mela again the next year !! and grab some awesome designs to work on :)

I hope you liked the painting, b/w I made this painting on plain chart paper with water colors.. and not the natural one's as used originally in Madhubani paintings... 


Happy Art'ing and Craft'ing :)

PS: If these posts inspire you to bring out the creative best in you, that would be the bestest thing that will happened to you, and I'll be flattered. But, kindly do respect the hard work and thoughts that goes into these works and please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks!!!

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  1. Hi manu your painting is fabulous.you have captured true essence of madhubani.
    Me too ardent fan of madhubani .I had made a card for frnd's wedding with radha krishna on them .unfortunately did not take its photo but still have some simple madhubani envelops i made.you have inspired me to share them. Thanks.

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