Founder: Vidushini Prasad

Taking Mithila Art to a New Level

About Us

Madhubani Arts India

is a Bangalore based creator of various forms of Mithila paintings (also known as Madhubani Paintings) on handmade paper, canvas, silk, walls etc. 

My Mother, My Inspiration

Interview with News 9

About Our Founder


Vidushini is one of India's leading Madhubani (Mithila) Artist. She from Bihar, the state where Madhubani paintings originated. She is based in Bangalore. She is associated with A Hundred Hands and Sampoorn, working to promote traditional handmade art form  She also got an opportunity to display her work at Vista, the premier business festival of IIM Bangalore. Besides these she has been invited by several technology companies in Bangalore to display her work. This includes JP Morgan, Quintiles, ANZ and others She has been empanelled by the Central Cottage Emporium, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India as an enlisted artist. Some of her exclusive work are also available on Novica, a National Geographic partner site, which connects Artisans to a global marketplace of socially conscious customers. Print version of some of her work in form of various products are available on FineArtAmerica who have revolutionized the way that artwork is bought and sold around the world..

News and insights

Online Madhubani Classes

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

Online Madhubani Classes

image1

Please get in touch for more information

Online Gond Classes

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

Online Madhubani Classes

image2

Please get in touch for more information

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

At Taneira Bangalore Store

Article on Vidushini in Indian Express

From equations to motifs

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

North meets South: Bengaluru artist uses stoles, sarees as canvas for Madhubani art

image3

Meet Vidushini Prasad who propagates Madhubani art in her own way- The Hindu

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

Vidushini displaying some of Mithila work

 This is the fascinating story of a Chemistry teacher who decided to become a Madhubani artist. -YourStory

A Tree of Life Donated to CRY

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

With roots in Patna, Vidushini Prasad paints magical chemistry with Madhubani

image4

The proceeds from the sale of these cards and planners go to the welfare of the underprivileged children in India by CRY (Child Rights and You).

Demo at fabindia Bangaore

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

Fabindia Bangalore

Live Motifs were painted by Vidushini

On July 19, 2015

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

image5

More than 100 employees and their family members worked on creating a Tree of Life in Mithila style on a Canvas, under the guidance of Vidushini, which was installed in their Bangalore office.

Display real testimonials

Workshop on Family Day at Epicore Software, Bangalore

Display real testimonials

image6

Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

Exhibitions held

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

Vidushini's select mithila work was displayed at the gallery from from July 9 to July 13, 2012

David Hall Gallery, Kochi

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

image7

Vidushini was there as a part of A Hundred Hand's Handmade Collective 2018 held from December 20 to 23, 2018

Genesis Art Gallerie, Bangalore

Renaissance Art Gallery, Bangalore

Genesis Art Gallerie, Bangalore

image8

 Mithila Ganesha on display at Kirti 2012 - An Ode to Lord Ganesha.

IIM Bangalore

Share the big news

Genesis Art Gallerie, Bangalore

image9

Display of select Madhubani work at Vista-Annual International Business Fest Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore from September 28 to Sept 30 to 2012.

Share the big news

Share the big news

Share the big news

image10

Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.

Display their FAQs

Share the big news

Share the big news

image11

Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits.

Instagram

Feed coming soon