The Madhubani painting is a famous Indian art form.
It is also known as Mithila art since it’s done in Bihar’s Mithila region.
These paintings are commonly distinguished by elaborate geometrical patterns.
Natural sources, such as plants, are used to create the hues in the Madhubani paintings.
Turmeric, pigments, indigo, pollen, different flowers, and sandalwood are also used to create colours for the paintings.
The Madhubani paintings are made with items, such as twigs, matchsticks, and even fingertips instead of modern brushes.
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These paintings frequently include Hindu deities, such as Rama, Lakshmi, Krishna, Durga, Shiva, and Saraswati as their motifs.