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Indian Art Forms That Could Disappear Forever If They're Not Saved

India is the land of arts and crafts. Almost every region has its own traditional form of art that includes drawings, paintings, embroideries, carvings, saris and more. We’re really blessed to be born in a country with so much diversity in this space. Sadly, however, some of these art forms are on the verge of extinction.

Manjusha paintings

Manjusha is believed to be the only art form in India that is displayed in series, each representing a story within it. This art form originated in Anga Pradesh (modern day Bihar). Back then, they made products only to be used in Bishahari festival, a festival dedicated to the snake god that took place in the district Bhagalpur. This art flourished heartily during the British rule in India. However, it started fading away in the middle of the 20th century. Fortunately, the Bihar government is making an effort to revive this craft and patent it as Bhagalpur folk art.  

This art is restricted with use of colors, mainly three colors are used- pink, green, yellow.