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180 grams (approximately).
This handpainted original work of madhubani godna painting is done on handmade paper base. Godna was originally the tattoo art of local tribes, engraved on the body on important occasions. Godna art does not shy away from time-taking fine detailing, repetitious imagery and storytelling from the epics or deities followed by their caste. These paintings largely composed of rows and concentric circles of flowers, fields, animals, figures and spirits drawn with a pointed bamboo pen using natural colours and permanent ink. This Indian tribal art comes from madhubani from the family of Shravan Paswan. A wonderful painting for the discerning decor aficionado or a gift for an art lover. These are priceless collectibles.
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Sharavan Kumar Paswan is the third generation Godna Paintings artist from Madhubani district of Bihar. He had the privilege to learn this craft from his mother, the legendary “Urmila Devi”. Urmila Devi learnt this beautiful craft from the very talented “Late Chanu Devi”, who was also honored for this craft with a National award. Shravan Kumar fondly remembers the early days of his training under the supervision of his mother. It was fascinating as a child for him to see his mother work and under her expert supervision and months of hard work; Shravan ji mastered the techniques of this craft form. Today he, along with his son and other members of the family, manages their primary markets at various Shilpa Bazar and trade fairs across the country.
Sharavan Kumar Paswan is the third generation artist of Godna Paintings from Madhubani district in Bihar. He had the privilege of learning this craft from his mother, the legendary “Urmila Devi”. As a child, it was fascinating for him to see his mother working under expert supervision and her days of hard work; Shravan Ji mastered the techniques of this craft form. Today, along with his son and other family members, he runs their main markets at various Shilpa Bazaars and trade fairs around the country. Currently, they have a lot of stock as sales and normal market channels have been severely impacted due to the effects of the COVID-19 lockdown.
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