Madhubani


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Madhubani is HUKM DEO NARAYAN YADAV (BJP)

Updated Election Results Details of Madhubani


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Hukm Deo Narayan Yadav BJPLotusAT/PO BIJULI DISTRICT164094
Abdulbari Siddiki RJDHurricane LampVILL RUPASPUR PO DHAMSAIN DIST DARBHANGA154167
Dr Shakeel Ahamad INCHandAT/PO UMGOUN PS HARLAKHI DIST MADHUBANI111423
Dr Hemchandra Jha CPIEars of Corn And SickleVILL KAKRAUL PO KAKRAUL DIST MADHUBANI54364
Haribhushan Thakur Bachol INDLady PurseVILL/PO RAGHAULIVIA KAMTAULDIST MADHUBANI30030
Laxmankant Mishra BSPElephantAT/PO HARIPUR DIHTOL PS KALUAHI DIST MADHUBANI11611
Sanjay Kumar Mahto INDBasketMOHALLA SURATGANJ PS MADHUBANI DIST MADHUBANI4968
Mintu Kumar Singh JGPRailway EngineVILL/P0 MOKARAMPUR PS SAKRI DIST MADHUBANI4398
Ravindra Thakur INDCameraVILL/P0 SAGARPUR PS SAKRI DIST MADHUBANI4316
Rajeshwar Yadav INDHarmoniumVILL SIMARI PS BISFI DIST MADHUBANI4083
Ramchandra Yadav KSVPCup & SaucerVILL SALHA PO BIRATPUR DIST MADHUBANI4035
Ram Sagar Sahani IJPCeiling FanVILL/PO SAGARPUR PS SAKRI DIST MADHUBANI3243
Mishri Lal Yadav RKJPMaizeVILL RADHRARDH PO MALMAL DIST MADHUBANI2989
Md Zinnur INDCombA BLOCK SP MUKHARJI MARKET FAIJ ROAD KARAULBAG SIDDIPURA STHAI ROAD NEW DELHI2833
Total Votes556554


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 55.27 DR. SHAKEEL AHMAD 47.21 INC  HUKUM DEO NARAYAN YADAV 34.68 BJP  
1999 65.15 Hukumdeo Narayan Yadav 46.48 BJP  Dr Shakil Ahmad 37.63 INC  
1998 66.06 Dr.shakeel Ahmad 39.78 INC  Hukumdeo Narayan Yadav 37.48 BJP  
1996 54.92 Chaturanan Mishra 47.1 CPI  Hukm Dev Narayan Yadav 38.09 BJP  
1991 65.09 Bhogendra Jha 52.2 CPI  Jagannath Mishra 39.53 INC  
1989 56.92 Bhogendra Jha 50.15 CPI  A. Hannan An. 24.45 INC  
1984 68.05 Abdul Hannan An 62.03 INC  Bhogendra Jha 35.71 CPI  
1980 61.7 Shafiqullah Ansari 39.3 INC(I)  Bhogendra Jha 38.62 CPI  
1977 68.4 Hukmdeo Narain Yadav 42.86 BLD  Bhogendra Jha 30.65 CPI 


Madhubani painting or Mithila Painting is a style of Indian painting, practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar state, India.

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Origins

The origins of Madhubani painting or Mithila Painting are shrouded in antiquity. Tradition states that this style of painting originated at the time of the Ramayana, when King Janak commissioned artists to do paintings at the time of marriage of his daughter, Sita, to Lord Ram. Madhubani painting has been done traditionally by the women of villages around the present town of Madhubani (the literal meaning of which is forests of honey) and other areas of Mithila. The painting was traditionally done on freshly plastered mud wall of huts, but now it is also done on cloth, hand-made paper and canvas. As Madhubani painting has remained confined to a compact geographical area and the skills have been passed on through centuries, the content and the style have largely remained the same. Madhubani paintings also use two dimensional imagery, and the colors used are derived from plants. Ochre and lampblack are also used for reddish brown and black respectively. Madhubani paintings mostly depict nature and Hindu religious motifs, and the themes generally revolve around Hindu deities like Krishna, Ram, Shiva, Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Natural objects like the sun, the moon, and religious plants like tulsi are also widely painted, along with scenes from the royal court and social events like weddings. Generally no space is left empty; the gaps are filled by paintings of flowers, animals, birds, and even geometric designs. objects depicted in the walls of kohabar ghar (where newly wed couple see each other in the first night) are symbols of sexual pleasure and procreation. Traditionally, painting was one of the skills that was passed down from generation to generation in the families of the Mithila Region, mainly by women. The painting was usually done on walls during festivals, religious events, and other milestones of the life-cycle such as birth, Upanayanam (Sacred thread ceremony), and marriage.

Developments

Sita Devi of Jitwarpur village, Baua Devi and Ganga Devi were the pioneers in transforming the Mithila Paintings from village walls onto paper and canvass. The present-day notable artists include Sarita Devi (daughter of Baua Devi), Pushpa Kumari, Karpuri Devi, Mahasundari Devi, Godawari Dutta, Jamuna Devi and Lalita Devi.[1]
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