Kohbar | Madhubani Painting | A5 Frame
This framed A5 size Madhubani painting depicts Gauri Puja, an offering of gratitude to the goddess Gauri (Parvati) in Kohbar Ghar (marriage house) - wedding murals designed and executed by women during the four-day Hindu marriage ceremony in the Mithila region of Bihar. Kohbar is considered as the painting of blessings during marriages. During Gauri Puja the bride worships Gauri Goddess in the form of an elephant who has brought her husband. Kohbar painting is originally painted in the ‘kohbar ghar’ or the nuptial chamber where the bride and groom consummate their marriage. The painting seeks to insure fertility of the bride and groom.
Kohbar painting is originally painted in the ‘kohbar ghar’ or the nuptial chamber where the bride and groom consummate their marriage. This room in which the married couple spends their first four nights is the most vibrantly painted section of the house.Features -
- Size: 5.8 Inch x 8.3 Inch
- Price is for framed painting. It comes with an attached sturdy back easel stand, and can be displayed on any table top or shelf.
- Handpainted in Madhubani art style on handmade paper
- Painted with Acrylic colours.
- Artist: Krishna Kuman Jha
Painting by Krishna Kumar Jha Jha in the ancient Madhubani style on handmade paper with natural colors using pen nibs and brushes.