Another hallmark of Madhubani art is that the canvas or paper is filled with color or pattern. This means that every inch of the space is covered with intricate patterns, highlighting the artist’s dedication to the finer details and their skill in creative execution. This aesthetic touch is highlighted in the painting, too: notice that all animals in the picture are surrounded by plants, effectively unifying the elements to the main subject which is the Tree of Life. Some animals depicted in the painting are birds, elephants, and cows. The leaves around the animals are painted in colors such as yellow and green which adds contrast to the rest of the other elements in the backdrop. These animals are all depicted under the shade of the tree, flocking under the tree that gives them life.