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Godna handmade Madhubani mithila art travel journal

Godna handmade Madhubani mithila art travel journal 1,450.00 SHIPPING & HANDLING: 150.00 DISCOUNT: 0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 3-5days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 4 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier



Material : handmade paper
Dimension : 18X12 cm
Godna handpainted journals. Godna or Tattoo painting of Bihar India are largely composed of rows and concentric circles of flowers, fields, animals, figures and spirits drawn with a pointed bamboo pen and lampblack ink. Perfect for daily journaling, sermon notes, travel journals, or jotting down quick ideas. These journals make great gifts for teachers, baby showers, friends, and family. These handpainted journals can be purchased as is in traditional Godna art form. The tribal art form from Bihar , India , or customized with any verse, quote, name, or song lyrics. Please specify your text in the custom section! The 90 GSM thick pages are thicker and ensure bleed-resistant writing. The Natural Shade Paper is easy on the eye, great to touch, feel and write. Handy B6 Size: 18 cm X 12 cm - Slots into your handbag & Jeans Pocket. 80 Pages .Handy B6 Size .Flat-lay ergonomics . Rounded Signature Corners .Soft Cover. DISCLAIMER: Please note that as these items and hand painted, there may be slight variations in placement or colors. I will do my best to create yours to look exactly as pictured. In case journals are handpainted and semi custom, they may take 1-2 weeks to ship

Country of Origin - India

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	 								Mithila painting is the oldest form of painting recorded on Earth. Legend has it that Janak, the King of Mithila, had a daughter Sita out of Mother earth. When Sita got married to Lord Rama, Raja Janak got whole of his kingdom decorated with description of nature, earth, faith, joy & luck in natural colours made from flowers, turmeric, goat milk etc. These depictions later took the form of paintings. Continuing the ancient tradition, the women of Mithila still paint walls in different themes associated with nature, especially during weddings. That the women of Mithila can create this unique fo...
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