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    Create, Nurture, Empower Women Through Madhubani Art: MG SocialCare Foundation’s Initiative in Hajipur, Bihar

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    Empowering Women Through Madhubani Art: MG SocialCare Foundation’s Initiative in Hajipur, Bihar

    The MG SocialCare Foundation is committed to transforming lives via skill development and empowerment projects. The foundation recently hosted a Madhubani Painting Workshop in Hajipur, Bihar, for impoverished women. This workshop aimed to give these women the opportunity to study a traditional art form and apply it to achieve financial independence and self-sufficiency.

    The Madhubani Painting Workshop

    Empowering Women Through Madhubani Art

    In this innovative program, the MG SocialCare Foundation chose over 50 eager women from Hajipur who had a strong interest in learning Madhubani painting. These women were taught by a skilled local Madhubani artist who helped them through the complexities of this traditional art technique.

    The training sessions covered many facets of Madhubani painting, including its history, techniques, and use of natural dyes and pigments. Participants learned how to construct elaborate designs that reflect Bihar’s rich cultural heritage.

    Objectives and Impact

    The major objective of this workshop was to empower these women by teaching them a skill that would open up new economic options. Participants now have numerous avenues to investigate.

    • Creating and Selling Paintings: Using their new talents, the women may produce Madhubani paintings for sale in local marketplaces, internet platforms, and exhibitions.
      Collaboration Projects: They can work together on larger projects with a third-party agency on a daily wage system.
      Becoming Trainers: Last but not the least, those who excel in the art can become trainers, sharing their skills with more women in the community and creating a multiplier effect.
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    MG SocialCare Foundation’s Mission: Create, Nurture, Empower

    The MG SocialCare Foundation is committed to offering opportunities for long-term development. The foundation’s aim is to: 


    Creating initiatives to deliver important skills and training to underprivileged communities. By teaching traditional art forms like as Madhubani painting, Batik Painting etc., the foundation not only protects cultural legacy but also creates new economic opportunities for participants.


    Assisting participants along their learning experience. The organization provides resources, assistance, and encouragement to help women improve their talents and acquire confidence in themselves.


    Enabling people to achieve financial independence and personal development. By providing women with marketable skills, the MG SocialCare Foundation enables them to take charge of their economic destiny and contribute to their family and community.


    The MG SocialCare Foundation’s Madhubani Painting Workshop is more than a workshop; it serves as a lifeline for poor women in Hajipur, Bihar. By giving them a vital skill and providing ongoing support, the foundation is assisting these women in achieving self-reliance and financial independence. The MG SocialCare Foundation remains committed to its objective of creating, nurturing, and empowering, paving the path for brighter futures and stronger communities.

    Create, Nurture & Empower We create opportunities for many through skill training - especially for women, Sr citizens, transgenders & differently-abled

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