Lord Ganesha B&W Madhubani Painting | Without Frame
Lord Ganesha B&W Madhubani Painting | Without Frame
Lord Ganesha B&W Madhubani Painting | Without Frame
Lord Ganesha B&W Madhubani Painting | Without Frame

Lord Ganesha B&W Madhubani Painting | Without Frame

Unframed Ganapati painting in 'abhay mudra' by a State-Awardee Artist | 22 in x 7.5 in

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Ganapati is the master of Intellect, Wisdom and Auspiciousness.

This wonderful Mithila painting of Lord Ganesha symbolises Divine Grace and Prosperity. The central image shows Ganapati with a glorious halo around His head and with a gesture of fearlessness or 'abhay mudra' and a kind of sweetmeat known as 'laddu' in North India in His other hand, which denotes Prosperity. 

This painting is filled with intricate Madhubani motifs all over in black, and is made on an off-white canvas paper.

  • In Indian homes, Lord Ganesha pictures are often decorated at the main entrance to welcome the Goodness.
  • This detailed & artistic piece of work will simply charm you!
  • This Aesthetic and Beautiful Madhubani Painting is drool-worthy as Wall Art Decor, or could be a Priceless and Unique gift!
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A traditional art form created by the women of Mithila region in Bihar. This region is beautifully set between the lower ranges of the Himalayas and the River Ganga, and lies in the district of Madhubani; and thus these paintings are also popular as Madhubani paintings.

As the story goes, King Janak employed some local women to decorate the walls and floors of his palace as part of the grand arrangements, for his daughter Sita's wedding with Rama!

Down the centuries, the women of Mithila have kept this tradition alive by painting the walls and floors of their houses for festivals and ceremonies like child birth or marriage. Big, bulging, fishlike eyes, sharp nose and double-bordered figures sets this art form completely distinct and unique. Read more

Image Credits: Madhubani Postal Stamp of India | GODL, Madhubani decorated Indian Railways Train | CC BY-SA 4.0