Material : HANDEMADE PAPER
Dimension : L-15in W-11in
The Ganesha Madhubani Painting is a traditional Indian art piece that showcases the revered Hindu deity Lord Ganesha. Madhubani art, originating from the Mithila region of Bihar, is known for its intricate patterns and vibrant colors. This particular painting has dimensions of approximately 15 inches in length and 11 inches in width. It is created on a canvas made of handmade paper or cloth, using natural pigments and dyes. The painting depicts Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed god who is widely worshipped as the remover of obstacles and the god of wisdom and auspicious beginnings. In Madhubani style, Ganesha is portrayed with intricate details and geometric patterns, reflecting the unique artistic tradition of the region. The artwork typically showcases Ganesha in a seated position or in a pose that highlights his distinctive features, such as his elephant head, multiple arms, and large ears. The artist may incorporate symbolic elements, such as lotus flowers, sacred symbols, and other decorative motifs, to enhance the overall composition. The Ganesha Madhubani Painting is a visual representation of devotion and spirituality, and it serves as a decorative item that can be displayed in homes, offices, or spiritual spaces. It not only adds a touch of cultural richness but also carries the auspiciousness and blessings associated with Lord Ganesha.
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Roots Tale
The rationale behind RootsTale: The Inspiration and the Birth As a woman journalist for over 20 years, I worked for media houses, public radio broadcaster and as an independent documentary film maker. All these exposed me to the beautiful stories of grassroots artisans from different parts of India. These stories, starting from their learning process of such wonderful art form through their parents and grandparents and then to become full-fledged art producers and their journey to getting exposed to local markets fascinated me tremendously. During my interaction, one common challenge I found... Read More