Madhubani is a traditional art form that originated in the Mithila region of Bihar, India. It is a style of painting that extensively uses vibrant colours and intricate designs to depict aspects of daily life, festivals, and rituals. Madhubani paintings are known for their bold lines and vibrant colours which are created by using natural dyes and pigments.

The Madhubani art form spans thousands of years, with its roots in the Ramayana and Mahabharata. It’s an environmentally-friendly art form that uses colors created from natural materials, such as turmeric, indigo, and vermilion, making them largely free of synthetic chemicals.

About Cluster

500 women artisans
Patna, Bihar
10 New designs developed
Sarees, dupatta, jewellery apparels, Paintings