Madhubani Art, also known as Mithila art is the folk art from India. It’s a form of Painting practiced in the Mithila region of Nepal and in Bihar.
Usually the painting is drawn using fingers, twigs, brushes, nib pens, matchsticks and the colors used in the painting are natural dyes and pigments. There are paintings for all occasions marriage, birth, Holi, Kali Pooja etc.
The idea behind this Madhubani art was to make a mirror image of fish Just the way it would look if they were in Aquarium.
Here is the most commonly made designs, the Sun, the Peacock and some more fish designs.
For other fish designs see the below link: