Manjusha Art Android Mobile App Launched

Great News for Manjusha Artists, Art Lovers and all peoples of Ang Region. We are now going to launch “Manjusha Art Android Mobile App”.

About Manjusha Art App : This App showcases Folklore of Ang Region, the religious story of Bihula-Bishhari. The prime module of this app is Manjusha Katha Chitr(Pictorial Representation of Bihula-Bishhari Story which is followed by Sequential Manjusha Art Painting). Other section of this app contains Manjusha Art Introduction and Story of Bihula-Bishhahri. This is the initial release of Manjusha Art App, we will add more section in this App.

App Contribution : Suman Kumar Suman from Bhagalpur, he is a mobile App Architect. Suman Kr. constructed the Whole App. App idea and planning brought by Sujit Kumar, he is a digital media consultant.   Sujit also working for Digital promotion of Manjusha Art.

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Download this App from Google Play Store !! – Android app on Google Play
Manjusha Kala

An Artist Doing Manjusha Painting (Bhagalpur Angika Art)

An Artist doing Manjusha Painting, Manjusha Painting also Known as Angika Art, Ang Art or Bhagalpur Art, it is very Popular Folk Art form. Manjusha art is believed to be the only art form in the history of art form in India which has a sequential representation of the story and is displayed in a series. This is also called a scroll painting. Manjusha art is a folk art of Bhagalpur, Bihar, and has been dated back to the 7th century. मंजूषा कला अंग प्रदेश भागलपुर की सांस्कृतिक धरोहर है !

 

Manjusha Katha Chitr

Manjusha Katha Chitr – मंजूषा कथा चित्र (Video)

मंजूषा कथा – A Folklore of Ang Pradesh, Bhagalpur. Mnajusha Art is based on folklore of Ang Region. Manjsuha Painting formed by the  ancient story of Bihula-Bishari. This Story Book Created by two child artist name : Ekta Sagar & Aman Sagar. Each Slides contains one Manjusha Painting and story behind them.

 

Manjusha Art – Folklore Story Gallery

“Make in India” – Contemporary Manjusha Painting

“Make in India” – Contemporary Manjusha Painting

Theme: Indian government launched an initiative “Make in India” in which Lion is the key symbol of this program.

About this Painting: This Painting highlighted the Lion with three colors of Manjusha and also filled some borders (Belpatra & Lahariya Borders). India map symbolizes the whole country with National Flag, due to resetrictions of color Orange replaces with Pink, and white replaces with Yellow. Two motif characters as one young boy and one young lady browsing Internet in Tab showing Digital growth of India. Other Motif plant / leaf embark nature and peace.

Artist Name: Sujit Kumar (Bhagalpur)