Painting - Sita in Pushp Vatika (Mithila Art)
Handmade madhubani painting of Sita in pushp vatika. Hand painted on handmade paper. The bright and rich colours on the painting looks beautiful on any place in your house it is hung.
This scene in the painting is actually inspired by the Ramayana where Lord Rama and Sita saw each other for the first time. She is plucking flowers from a tree in a pushp vatika.
The painting is made in the traditional Madhubani art style which is a fairly colorful form of art.
Madhubani painting is originally from Mithila region of Bihar and Nepal, it is one of the many famous traditional Indian art forms.
Size: 15*12 inches
Little Note: Frame color and design varies on the availability.
Please note that the piece you receive might have very minor imperfections, very slight differences in size, color, due to them being individually hand made and finished.