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Gond art

Gond Folk Art

The wall paintings of Madhubani, native to Bihar, are said to have commemorated the grand wedding of the Indian deity Sita and her husband, Rama. Sita’s father, Janaka, commissioned these paintings to add colour to the festivities of his daughter’s marriage with the prince of Ayodhya in his kingdom Mithila. Hence, the art is also known as Mithila art.

Madhubani Folk Art

The wall paintings of Madhubani, native to Bihar, are said to have commemorated the grand wedding of the Indian deity Sita and her husband, Rama. Sita’s father, Janaka, commissioned these paintings to add colour to the festivities of his daughter’s marriage with the prince of Ayodhya in his kingdom Mithila. Hence, the art is also known as Mithila art.

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