Madhubani paintings are a beautiful form of art from the Mithila region, India. The tradition of decorating walls and floors of homes and important locations in the village dates back to ancient times. The global appreciation of the art form after the 1934 earthquake brought it to the forefront, and today, Madhubani paintings are celebrated worldwide. They symbolize India's rich culture, mythology, and the intimate relationship between humans and nature. The paintings are also a means of women's empowerment and social equality, providing an opportunity for income generation and showcasing their talent and creativity.