According to a report in Times of India, Titled, Crafts museum ‘renovation’ wipes out famed Madhubani murals, A painted chamber which had beautiful ceiling-to-floor murals by renowned Madhubani artist, the late Ganga Devi, has been demolished as part of a new modernization plan at the National Crafts Museum, sparking an outcry from art lovers in the Capital. The room was painted by Ganga Devi over six months in the 1990s when she was undergoing chemotherapy and had to stay at the Crafts Museum. She distracted herself from the pain by devoting her energy to creating a Mithila style kohbar ghar, the room where marriages are solemnized and consummated in Bihar. She died a year later. Jyotindra Jain, who was then director of the Crafts Museum and saw the artist at work, said he was shocked by the destruction. "Ganga Devi gave new direction to Madhubani painting. She was a legend and her contribution was recognized with a Padma Shri. The chamber was a unique monument in the history of contemporary folk and tribal arts of India.
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