Manjusha Art is the folk art of Angpradesh.
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’.