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Famous Folk Paintings From Mithila - Showcases Rich Cultural Heritage of Bihar
Famous Folk Paintings From Mithila - Showcases Rich Cultural Heritage of Bihar
Famous Folk Paintings From Mithila - Showcases Rich Cultural Heritage of Bihar
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Famous Folk Paintings From Mithila - Showcases Rich Cultural Heritage of Bihar
Famous Folk Paintings From Mithila - Showcases Rich Cultural Heritage of Bihar
An Accounting professional, she is pursuing Chartered Accountancy course in India and stays at Bangalore. She is born in a small town called Madhubani in Bihar which is also popularly called Mithilanchal, the birth place of mother Goddess “SITA”, the wife of Lord “Ram”.  She comes from Mithilanchal (Bihar), which has offered one of the most popular ethnic art and painting form- Madhubani painting to the world.

Her association as hobby with paintings began a long time ago. She  developed passion for paintings since  childhood, but formal training could only happen in later part of her life.
Kamlesh, aged 46 is an accomplished "Madhubani Painting" Artist, who reside in a village about 2 kms. away from Madhubani township. He is an Arts Graduate and for the last 2 decades, he had devoted his life to Madhubani Paintings alone.

His day starts with a morning walk when he explores shrubs and plants and meticulously plucks leaves and flowers of selected shrubs to draw variety of vegetable colors for his paintings. He seldom uses synthetic colors, unless specifically asked for by the potential buyers.

After completing his daily rithuals and long Puja (God worship), he sits on his desk and get deeply involved in painting his sheets throughtout the day. After all, this is not his hobby but also his sole means for livelihood for his family of 9 members.
Shweta Jha Chaudhary, is a Graduate in Fine Arts as well as in Home Science and has also done a Certificate course in Mithila Paintings. An accomplished "Madhubani Painting" Senior Artist, who reside at present, at Jamshedpur, originally hails from Madhubani.

She has participated as Judge in Arts Competition at Annual Function, NIT, Jamshedpur. She also worked as Arts Teacher (Madhubani Paintings) at Nasera, TISCO, Jamshedpur during the period 2002-07. She was also invited for drawing Frescos of "Madhubani Paintings" (Wall Paintings) for Women's College Library and Hotel Boulevard.

Exhibitions for her Paintings :

* Cultural Programme, XLRI, Jamshedpur
* Gram Shree Mela, Jamshedpur
* Kala Mandir, Jamshedpur (Exhibition-cum-Work