Manjusha Art is the folk art of Angpradesh.

Manjusha Art of Bhagalpur Bihar

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.

Introduction of Manjusha Art – This art is originated from a folk story of Bihula-Bishari. It is the folk art of Ang region, this art belongs with religious significance of Bishari Puja.

Colors in Manjusha Art – This art is restricted with use of colors, mainly three colors are used. Pink, Green and Yellow are the three colors used in Manjusha Art.

History of Manjusha Art –  In Ang region this art has been practiced by artists from a long time although the historical proofs found in Sindhu Ghati Civilization.

Story of Bihula-Bishari – Manjusha art is based on story of Bihula & Bishari.

Borders in Manjusha Art – Their are five types of Borders – Lehriya, Belpatr, Srp Ki ladi, Tribhuj and Mokha.

Manjusha Vs Madhubani Art – Both art form belongs with Bihar but they are different in pattern, motif and stories used in art form.

Artists & Awards in Manjusha Art  – Know the famous awards and artists given in field of Manjusha Art.

Facts of Manjusha Art

  • It is a popular art form of Ang Pradesh(Bhagalpur, Bihar).
  • Manjusha art is based on Folklore of Bihula-Bishari.
  • Pink, Green, Yellow are the three colours of Manjusha Art.
  • Manjusha Art is a Line Drawing Art.
  • In Manjusha Art Lines are coloured with Green Colour.
  • It is a subject oriented, story oriented Art form.
  • Manjusha Art is a scroll Painting.
  • Manjusha Art is a story based representation of Lok Gatha in the form of Paintings.
  • Manjusha Art belongs to a Hindu Festival – “Bishari Pooja”.
  • Manjusha Art Portrait Cultural and Religious heritage of Bihar.
  • Manjusha Art characters are expressed in the Form of English Letter ‘X’.

Manjusha Art Painting