Madhubani is a traditional Folk Art from Bihar originally known as ( Mithila), it describes the stories of Ramayana (Ram Sita) & Radha Krishna. This painting is done with a variety of tools, including fingers, nib pens & brushes using natural dyes & pigments. It is characterized by its eye catching geometrical patterns .Taught by state awardee Master Ratneshwar Jha (Bihar)

2) Shekhawati Frescoes
The region of Shekhawati in Rajasthan is remarkable for its wealth of mural paintings which adorn the walls of many buildings including the havelis. An Art made on chuna tile ( limestone) with 4 layers of white limestone & on that painting of Royal Family Symbols with natural Dyed colors . Taught by Presidential Awardee Shri Bhairun lal swarnkar.

3) Thangka Painting
A Thangka is a Tibetan Buddhist painting on a cotton silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity scene or mandala. Thangka serves several different functions. Images of deities are used as teaching tools when depicting the life (or lives) of Buddha, various influential lamas & bodhisattvas. Now only few sites such as Ajanta Caves & the Mogao Caves on the Silk Road, thangkas have been there since centuries. Taught by Jigme Thinley.

4) Lippan Art
Mud and Mirror Work (also known as Lippan Kaam) is a traditional mural craft of Kutch, Gujarat, India. Lippan or mud-washing using materials locally available in the region like mixture of clay and camel dung keeps the interiors of the houses cool. Though the work is limited mainly to the interior walls, it can be found on the outer walls as well. These scintillating murals bring life, gaiety, and beauty to generally harsh life of people of Kutch. Taught by State Awardee keshavben

5) Cheriyal Scroll Painting
Cheriyal scroll painting is an ancient folk Art made in a village near Hyderabad called cheriyal. It's a painting made on scroll which depicts royal marriages like Ram Sita, Krishna Rukmini etc . A painting also used for invitations for weddings of Royal families in india. Taught by State Awardee Mr N Ganeshan