A traditional multi coloured Madhubani painting with extensive detailing of the prayers being offered to Shivalinga, a powerful symbol of procreation and resurrection as perceived by the artist. The positioning of the Lingam at the top symbolizes its importance. All the householders and their livestock are engaged in rejoicing under the benevolence of the Lord Shiva. Even a pregnant goat is shown as a devotee and participating in the festivities. This is a traditional gift for all occasions.This handicraft is made using hand made paper cured with cow dung and is a signature livelihood of the painters of Madhubani, Bihar, India.