Madhubani Painting Matsyarajya/Fish Kingdom with Lotus
Madhubani painting or Mithila painting is a style of Indian painting, practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar state, India and the adjoining parts of Nepal. Over the decades these striking paintings have become the most popular folk art form in the world. It is believed that the art form originated during the time of Ramayana, when King Janak commissioned artists to paint pictures on the occasion of his daughter Sita’s wedding.
The Title of the painting, Matsyarajya, has been derived from the Sanskrit words 'matsya' which translates to fish & 'rajya' which means kingdom. Symbolising fertility & prosperity, fish are considered avatars of Lord Vishnu. The Sacred lotus in the painting represents prosperity, beauty, purity and fertility. It represents eternity, divinity and life.
It will certainly add a traditional touch to your wall and brighten up your living spaces. This Madhubhani Art is painted on handmade and recycled paper, using acrylic & water colours.
11” Length & 15” Width
*This piece of art comes without frame and might contain slight irregularities which add to its unique charm.
NOTE- Paintings and Prints are made to order. Estimated day of dispatch for Paintings and Prints is 15-20 days from the date of order confirmation.