Madhubani painting is a traditional form of Indian folk art that originated in the Mithila region of Bihar. It is known for its bright colors, intricate patterns, and unique style. Madhubani paintings are created using natural pigments and dyes, and are often painted on paper or cloth. The paintings depict scenes from Hindu mythology, nature, and everyday life. They are characterized by bold lines, geometric patterns, and symmetrical compositions. Madhubani paintings are appreciated for their cultural significance, and for their ability to convey stories and beliefs. They can be found in museums, galleries, and in the homes and markets of communities in Bihar and beyond.

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