Goddess Saraswati in Madhubani by Vibhuti Nath

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Dimensions : H: 22 (in) by W: 11 (in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Khadi Recycled Paper

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In Vibhuti Nath's captivating Madhubani masterpiece, the divine presence of Saraswati Ji comes to life as she gracefully rides on her swan, surrounded by her musical instrument and the regal peacock, amidst a backdrop adorned with sacred symbols, trees, and mountains. This ancient traditional art form, known for its vibrancy and intricacy, finds expression in every stroke, creating a visual narrative steeped in religious significance.
The intricate patterns and vivid colors seamlessly weave together to showcase the revered goddess of wisdom and arts. The rich symbolism embedded in Madhubani art is evident as religious motifs blend harmoniously with the natural elements. Vibrant hues of reds, blues, greens, and golden yellows dance across the canvas, breathing life into the depiction of Saraswati Ji and her divine companions. This artwork stands as a testament to the timeless allure of Madhubani, offering a spiritual journey through its colorful and intricate tapestry.

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Vibhuti Nath Jha Ji, a seasoned artist from Madhubani, Bihar, has been immersed in the captivating world of Madhubani art for two decades, inheriting the craft from his grandmother and continuing the legacy with his wife and daughter. Despite completing his education up to the 12th grade, Vibhuti Nath's true passion lies in the vibrant strokes of Madhubani art, which has earned him accolades and recognition on both national and international platforms. From winning the Best Product Award in Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi to participating in prestigious exhibitions and projects under governmental bodies like the Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Textile, Vibhuti Nath's artistic journey is marked by dedication and acclaim.

Nature serves as a profound muse for Vibhuti Nath, reflecting his deep reverence for the environment and his commitment to raising awareness about its preservation. Whether painting on walls, canvas, fabric, or even T-shirts, his artwork often carries messages about the importance of environmental conservation. Despite facing numerous challenges, including limited opportunities and financial constraints, Vibhuti Nath's dreams extend beyond borders, harboring aspirations of exhibiting his art abroad and sharing the rich heritage of Madhubani art with a global audience. For him, art has evolved from a mere hobby to an intrinsic part of life, driving him to create each day with passion and purpose, regardless of the hurdles he may encounter.


Madhubani art/ Mithila art (the term ‘Madhubani’ translates to ‘forest of honey’) originating from the Mithila region of Bihar, India is a traditional art form celebrated for its beautiful patterns, vibrant colors, and rich cultural significance. Traditionally, these paintings were executed by women on the walls and floors of homes during festivals, weddings, and religious ceremonies. The paintings depict subjects based on Hindu mythology, nature, folklore, and everyday life. Overall, Madhubani art is the creative representation of all the motifs, colors, and forms found in the vicinity and incorporates a blend of history, tradition, and mythology. Legend There are various legends associated with Madhubani art. However, one of the popular beliefs states that King Janak (Father of Sita mentioned in Ramayana) commissioned craftsmen to decorate the state to celebrate her daughter’s wedding with lord Rama. Hence, establishing the tradition of Madhubani art in the region. Tradition and Technique Madhubani artists use natural pigments derived from plants, flowers, and minerals to create the art. Traditionally they hand-painted the designs using bamboo sticks or twigs; however, brushes are generally in use these days. The common motifs used in the composition include geometric shapes, floral designs, peacocks, fish, elephants, and scenes from Hindu epics. Each motif carries its own symbolism, often representing fertility, prosperity, love, and harmony. In the 1960s, a severe drought prompted the Indian government to support local artisans which gained international recognition for Madhubani art. Since then, Madhubani art has evolved from wall and floor paintings to various mediums, including canvases, textiles, pottery, and even contemporary art installations. Manju Devi, Ganga Devi, Jagdamba Devi, and Bharti Dayal are some of the notable Madhubani artists. 

Product Details

Goddess Saraswati in Madhubani by Vibhuti Nath
Vibhuti Nath
Art Style
Natural Colors
22 in(H) X 11 in(W)
Goddess, Saraswati
Green, Blue, Orange, Yellow, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Bihar, India

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