Handpainted Madhubani motifs with fabriccolors on paper mache hanging by master artisan Hira Devi from Bihar.
Raw Material used *Newspaper or any other waste paper- the basic raw material for this craft which is used to prepare paper pulp. Methi powder- it is used for fragrance and methi powder helps in keeping it safe from moths and other insects. Adhesive- it is mixed in paper pulp for sticking it. Multani Mitti- to provide strength to the product & it gives a better finish. Madhubani - Mithila Painting (also called Madhubani art or Mithila painting) is practiced in the Mithila region of India.
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