Innumerable controversies. Uncountable opinions. Born of fire, made of desire. One name conjured. Draupadi.
This Madhubani style illustration represents one of the most prominent female characters in Hindu mythology, Draupadi, allowing us to witness how artistic practice interprets information with a focus on her role and significance in narratives and society.
Characterized by double-line borders, decorated in floral designs, simple geometric patterns depicting the fire, illustrating her thoughts, hopes and dreams, this piece aims at doing justice to the grandeur of the event of Draupadi's birth. While the painting memorializes Draupadi as an early feminist, who challenged the male ego whenever provoked, it also unfolds the ongoing reality of the status of women which hasn't changed much since then.
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