Hand-painted "Manjusha Art" Coasters from Bihar
A set of 4 hand-painted coasters depicting flowers in Manjusha style. It is made using 3 colors each signifying a virtue - pink for sacrifice , yellow for peace & green for happiness. It is believed by certain faction that this art has existed since Indus Valley Civilisation. However, it was popularised after WG Archer did an exhibition of this art in 1942 in London.
These coasters have been beautifully hand-painted on handmade paper and hot pressed to make it waterproof.
This is made by the local artist from Bhagalpur (previously Ang Pradesh) where the art has originated.
- Package Content : Set of 4 coasters
|Size of Coaster||10 cm x 10 cm x 1.2 cm|
|Weight of product||195 g|