This colorful Madhubani art is an artistic depiction of the great episode of Ramayana, where Lord Rama tied knot with the beautiful Sita. Mandap is set in the royal kingdom, all engrossed with colorful flowers and curtains. Kamlesh has beautifully described the scene keeping in view all iconic aspects of Madhubani art. This type came into existence from a town named Mithila in Bihar and is characterized by line drawings and other geometric patterns displaying wedding scenes from the universally known epic, Ramayana.
The bride and groom (Sita and Ram) are adorned in deep yellow garbs of divinity and Sita’s royal red chunri is loaded with lavish floral patterns. Their standing posture and side faces highlights them in motion of taking the ritualistic seven feras of togetherness around the sacred agni (fire). The wedding ceremony is attended by people of the town and other prince and princesses; all the males acquire seats on the left and females towards the right. Everyone is garbed in beautiful colors of yellow, orange, pink, red, blue etc giving a vibrating touch to the environment and spreading ample amount of happiness, love and blessings in their hearts for the newlyweds.
The fairy decorations of flowers, leaves, lights and fancy curtains beautify the ambience with its colorful and resplendent vibes. As a part of the iconic Madhubani art, entire painting is filled with minute designs of flowers, spirals and kalash (water pots). The artist has brushed his colorful palette in creating the most magnificent scene and figures while efficiently displaying their emotions of love, joy and romance. Having this bright colored painting on any plain wall will accentuate the beauty of the room creating a mesmerizing charm in the viewer’s eyes.