DIY Radha Krishna Madhubani

Didn’t I tell you before that I’m quite obsessed with Krishna. Well I’m such a deep believer of love that the epitome of love “Krishna” naturally becomes my first choice when I paint and though I love my all paintings, more than any other painting, I cannot rest until I finish my ‘Krishna’ 🙂 This one is…

Rickshawalla Madhubani

To stay away from the Indian Deities paintings for a while I decided to draw something modern yet contemporary and which would look good in Madhubani style and I came up with this 😀 This is another time I used oil paints, and I’m quite satisfied with the results, though there’s a full room for…

Radha Krishna Madhubani

Remember when I told you in my previous post that I’m so obsessed with Radha-Krishna, the epitome of Love :D.  So, here I’m, again with another Radha-Krishna painting in Madhubani style. To be honest, this was my first Madhubani painting I ever painted. I was googling on how to paint the best madhubani, and that…

Devi Saraswati Madhubani!!

Well after painting a few madhubani, I thought why not try painting some Indian Devi’s painting and who would be better than Devi of Education “Saraswati”. This painting is also made on a thick white sheet, no handmade though as I’m yet to search the place in Dubai which sells Handmade sheets :(. I have…

Radha Sang Krishna Madhubani

I’m so obsessed with Radha and Krishna as my inspiration for my paintings that though this is my first Radha Krishna Madhubani on the blog, rest assured a lot more will come 😉 This is the Radha Krishna I painted not in a typical Madhubani style, in the sense that I didn’t drew any borders of…

How to dye the sheet with Tea Bags

Simple yet important. Typically the sheets were dyed with cow-dung, which in city life is little difficult (for me being in Dubai, is impossible :P). So I looked out for an alternative and came across the similar dying result with tea bags Tadaa…!!! Simple Process Step 1 – Boil water in a pan and put in…

How to Master Madhubani Art (Hanuman – Sita)

Madhubani is an intricate Indian folk art and its popularity is rising with each passing day. Color combination used in this style of painting is bold and bright. However there is black and white Madhubani paintings too for monochrome lovers. I strongly believe that in this Google age one can learn anything and everything if…

History of Madhubani Art!

Traditionally this art was practiced by women only of Mithila (Nepal) and Bihar to decorate their huts during religious and important occasions. Nowadays men have also taken up this art form and paintings are done on paper, cloth, canvas etc.