Shopping Online for Madhubani Art

shopping online for some exciting Madhubani Art

A guest from US couldn’t help staring at the Madhubani paintings we had put up in our living. He bombarded me with questions about the art and I felt like a fool when I could not answer his questions except that I said it’s a kind of tribal art. Of course, I did google search after he left but it was a shame that I couldn’t answer him at that point of time. The point is, how often do we blindly buy art without giving a thought about its origin? I don’t know about others, but I have a tendency to just pick up things that fancy me without bothering to check about the artist or the art form.

Anyway, as I google searched, I found Madhubani art has its roots in Bihar and is painted using paste from powdered rice and natural dyes and pigments. Traditionally, women painted these on festive occasions on plastered wall to make it colorful. Of course, like all art forms, Madhubani too has made its way beyond the walls.

Come along as we go shopping for some exciting Madhubani art.

shopping online for some exciting Madhubani Art
Painted paper mache from artsoftheearth
and madhubani mirror frames from
Bangalore based artist, Vidushini

shopping online for some exciting Madhubani Art
Madhubani Vases from

shopping online for some exciting Madhubani Art
Handpainted madubani wall peg from (I am in love with these)

If you are looking for more information about the art, do check out posts from culturalindia and indianart



  1. I have some bowls which have madhubani art on them brought from Delhi haat,luved the frames and thenpeg

  2. Very beautiful products, great post Rekha, warm welcome back!! 🙂

  3. Love the Madhubani bowls. Do you know the artisans who create them, would like to get some custom stuff done?
    I can be reached on


  4. Hi Rekha, I am quiet same like you, if I like a thing without checking its kind, make, author or anything else I will just pop into buying that item. But your post is an eye-opener. Last couple of days working on my daughters project Various Art forms. I have gained good knowledge about

    Shivani Negi

  5. very interesting and really awesome i love this.

  6. i always love madhubani for its bright colour combo…:) lovely items Rekha 🙂