Indian Folk Art

Widely acknowledged for its traditional art forms and crafts, Indian folk art has been handed down from one generation to the next without altering its cultural and traditional vibrancy

Elegance in Simplicity

The Indian folk arts are ethnic and simple, yet so vibrant and colourful, that they speak out about the rich heritage of the land


Madhubani Painting

Madhubani Art is one of the most popular traditional art forms found in India. It is also called Mithila Painting as it originated in the Madhubani district of the Mithila region in Bihar.


An art form of significant influence

Madhubani Painting has received the coveted GI (Geographical Indication) tag and is now one of the symbols of Indian cultural pride whether within India or abroad


Passionate Painter

Jyoti Mallick, an instinctively talented artist and an unending source of love to her children and grandchildren, is an impassioned painter, who has upheld the proud tradition of Madhubani art-form, passed down to her like treasure encompassing the refinement and influence of many generations.

Jyoti Mallick

Whether its her paintings depicting the classical form of Madhubani painting portraying people and their association with nature, religious themes associated with gods and goddesses, or those of ceremonies like matrimony, or the flair to draw modern contemporary iconic characters like Peppa Pig, it will undoubtedly adorn living spaces or bedrooms or halls.


It goes without saying, a modern tech-savvy home will have its appeal elevated with a classical painting of long traditional and cultural heritage like the Madhubani…