Pratik Raymajhi

A Nepali Folk Artist who specializes in an art form known as “Mithila Folk Art.” Pratik graduated in Fine Arts at Sir J. J. College in Bombay, India. He is known for his handmade paper goods and his beautiful Mithila paintings. Pratik uses his art and handmade goods in order to support impoverished Nepali women by teaching them the art form of paper making. He also contributes a portion of his proceeds to Nepali children’s education.

Unity of Villagers
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Radha Krishna
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Arippan
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Hindu Saint
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Village Life
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Village Life
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Life of Wood Cutter
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Village Women
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Village Women
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Tandav Dance (Lord Shiva)
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Shivalingam
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Villagers Fishing in a Small Pond
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Arippan 2
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Arippan 2
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Handmade Nepali Scarf
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Handmade Nepali Scarf
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Handmade Cards (pack of 8)
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Scarf or Table Runner
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