Madhubani Stoles and Dupattas

Madhubani Paintings also known as Indian Maithili paintings originated in a small village called Maithili, of the Bihar state of India. These paintings make use of three-dimensional images and the colors that are used are derived mainly from plants. The themes on which these paintings are based include nature and mythological events. One can also find paintings based on scenes from the royal courts and social events, like weddings. If any empty space is left after painting the main theme, it is filled up with the motifs of flowers, animals and birds or geometric designs.
The first reference to the Maithili painting of Bihar dates back to the time of Ramayana, when King Janaka ordered the paintings to be created for his daughter, Sita's, wedding.
We offer Raw silk dupattas with Madhubani paintings done on them from our very own weaver at Bhagalpur, Bihar.

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HandWoven Raw Silk Madhubani Painted Dupatta

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HandWoven Raw Silk Madhubani Painted Dupatta picture

HandWoven Raw Silk Madhubani Painted Dupatta

1700 | Out of stock
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