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Rambharos Jha: In the Mithila tradition, the sun and moon are brother and sister.
Dulari Devi: We pray to the Sun God once a year.
Rambharos Jha: Cranes swim away with their favourite food.
Rambharos Jha: Sea-horses move quietly and vertically through the water.
Rambharos Jha: Whenever there is a marriage in our region, the motif of the lotus is painted on the floor.
Rambharos Jha: Here is a whale in the ocean, swimming in different directions, curving and circling.
Rambharos Jha: I thought of two things with a crocodile – its prickly harsh body, and the waters that house it.
Rambharos Jha: Here is the octopus in its habitat, with its meal tray—clams, starfish, scallops and sea-urchins.
Rambharos Jha: Traditional Mithila artists paint the crab, as well as a related creature called the Spider Crab.
Rambharos Jha: Here is my version of a ritual snake, resting on the ocean bed.
Dulari Devi: I thought of the fish my mother and I used to sell in the market, and the strange patterns on them.
Amrita Das: I thought of my own childhood… and started to paint two girls under a tree.