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Madhubani painting or Mithila Painting Is a style of Indian painting, practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar state, India.The origins of Madhubani painting or Mithila Painting are shrouded in antiquity. Tradition states that this style of painting originated at the time of the Ramayana, when King Janak commissioned artists to do paintings at the time of marriage of his daughter, sita maa, to Lord Ram. Madhubani painting has been done traditionally by the women of villages around the present town of Madhubani (the literal meaning of which is forests of honey) and other areas of Mithila.
The famous Ekadash Rudra Mahadeva Temple - Mangrauni village This ancient Temple boasts of having rare 11 Shiva Lingams, representing 11 forms (AVATARAM) of Lord Shiva. The Local Priest, Baba Aatma Ram states that no where else you may find such temple. Lord "Shiva" is "Shakti" or Power, popularly known as THE DISTROYER GOD of Hindus., the most powerful God of the Hindu pantheon and one of the godhead in the hindu Trinity. The Temple is popularly known as " Shee Ekadash Rudra Mahadeva Temple.
madhubani is a district headquarter in North Bihar, India.This town is famous for Madhubani painting and art. Today, Mithila refers to the area and the people who live there. The word "Madhuban" means "Forest of honey" from which Madhubani is derived, but some time it is also known as "madhu"+"vaanri" means "sweet" "voice/ language", as the language of this area is peep to listen,.
While in madhubani, stay at Hotel Raj Vilas - it is located centrally; the markets are close. It has 20 spacious rooms with A C / Non AC rooms plus Air Coolers in summer. Cleanliness and cozy settings are its niche.