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Goddess Sherawali Cotton TapestryGoddess Sherawali Cotton Tapestry
Goddess Sherawali Cotton Tapestry
Specification
  • Product Code :B6507
  • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
  • Size :43"H x 32"W
Description
$12.50
Goddess Durga Ma - Beautiful Cotton TapestryGoddess Durga Ma - Beautiful Cotton Tapestry
Goddess Durga Ma - Beautiful Cotton Tapestry
Specification
  • Product Code :B6226
  • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
  • Size :43"H x 30"W
Description
$12.50
Maa Durga Sherawali Cotton PaintingMaa Durga Sherawali Cotton Painting
Maa Durga Sherawali Cotton Painting
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$11
Devi Durga Folk Art PaintingDevi Durga Folk Art Painting
Devi Durga Folk Art Painting
The beautiful Kalamkari painting of Goddess Durga is given a simple yet sober treatment. Here the goddess is seated on a lion and in her hands she is holding numerous weapons. Her face is painted blue and is wearing some nice drapery. Some beautiful colour patterns and floral designs make the painting a buyer's choice. The borders are also nicely marked. Goddess Durga is the repository of unified power of all the leading gods and goddesses and she was created to eliminate demon Mahishsur. All leading gods and goddesses also gave their power and weapons to her. Today she is worshipped widely across the country as a repository of power.
$48
Mata DurgaMata Durga
Mata Durga
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$25
Goddess Durga - Madhubani PaintingGoddess Durga - Madhubani Painting
Goddess Durga - Madhubani Painting
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$125
Eight Armed Devi Durga Madhubani PaintingEight Armed Devi Durga Madhubani Painting
Eight Armed Devi Durga Madhubani Painting
Specification
  • Product Code :2034
  • Material :Handmade Paper
  • Size :22"H x 15"W
Description
$130
Goddess Durga - Madhubani Painting on Handmade PaperGoddess Durga - Madhubani Painting on Handmade Paper
Goddess Durga - Madhubani Painting on Handmade Paper
Specification
  • Product Code :B135
  • Material :Handmade Paper treated with Cow Dung
  • Size :22"H x 30"W
Description

In this Madhubani painting, Goddess Durga is given a local thrust by the painters of Madhuban, Bihar. Handmade paper treated with cow dung is used by the local painters who are mainly males. The Goddess is standing on a lion. Colour patterns are exquisitely used. Madhubani is a popular hand-made painting in the Mithila region of Bihar where women draw paintings of nature, or mythological figures on handmade papers or cloths. Natural colours are delicately used on cotton. This genre of painting is marked by line drawings filled in by bright colours and contrasts or patterns. Though traditionally done by the women of the region, nowadays men are also involved in the process of painting. These are basically tribal art which are marked by the application of strong earthly colours. Madhubani paintings are done with mineral pigments prepared by the artists. The work is done on freshly plastered or a mud wall. But nowadays, to cater to the growing commercial demand, such paintings are also done on paper, cloth and canvas as well.

$130
Goddess Durga - Large Kalamkari Painting 80"Goddess Durga - Large Kalamkari Painting 80"
Goddess Durga - Large Kalamkari Painting 80"
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  • Product Code :3834
  • Material :Cotton
  • Size :80" x 47"
Description
$175
Goddess Sherawali Ma - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 76"Goddess Sherawali Ma - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 76"
Goddess Sherawali Ma - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 76"
Specification
  • Product Code :4078
  • Material :Cotton Cloth
  • Size :76" x 44"
Description

In this spectacular Kalamkari painting, Goddess Sherawali is painted in a most accomplished manner and her sparkling eyes tell a tale of devotion and faith. Worshipped across the country, it is believed that the goddess fulfills our wishes and she may be easily propitiated. She is one of the most popular and most-widely worshipped goddesses in Hindusim and is worshipped for fulfilling wishes. She is often shown riding on a lion and holding weapons on her six hands.

$160
Victory To The Mother 8"
Victory To The Mother 8"
Specification
  • Product Code :1344
  • Material :Patti Paper (Cotton and Paper Togather)
  • Size :8"x6"
      Description

      The beautiful painting of the Mother Goddess Durga killing the demon Mahishasur is given a fine portrayal by the artist. Derived from the Sanskrit words patta (a piece of cloth), chitra (painting or picture), Patachitra is a folk art form drawn on a piece of silk, cotton or any other fabric, portraying traditional motifs and imageries of religion and society. A number of floral designs add some sparks to the painting.

      $37
      The End of Mahisasura - Mithila PaintingThe End of Mahisasura - Mithila Painting
      The End of Mahisasura - Mithila Painting

      The colourful Madhubani painting depicts the Goddess Durga killing the demon Mahishasur. The beheaded figure of the demon king and the eight-handed Goddess with her weapons are nicely painted with some beautiful natural colours. Madhubani painting is centred around Mithila region of Bihar, where women painters depict mythological and natural figures on cloth, hand-made paper and canvas. This is an age-old tradition and has been handing down from generations to generations.

      $116
      Lord Shiva Stops Fierce Kali 11.50"Lord Shiva Stops Fierce Kali 11.50"
      Lord Shiva Stops Fierce Kali 11.50"
      Specification
      • Product Code :603
      • Material :Tussar silk
      • Size :11.50" x 17.50"
        Description

        An epitome of tremendous force and energy, the female goddess Mahakali is being depicted dancing over the sleeping Shiva. The Goddess is wearing the garlands of human skulls and her black figure and the bulging lip show an element of awe and ferocity. The sleeping Shiva symbolizes ignorance as surrounds our life. Her body is painted black and every part of the body is being given a detail and refine treatment. She represents the darker side of human beings and worshipping her protects us from the evil forces. The painting has some spectacular floral designs on it. There is an interesting story about how Shiva stops Kali from her frenzy. In Kali's most famous myth, Durga and her assistants, the Matrkas, wound the demon Raktabija. But with every blood that is spilt from Raktabija, the demon reproduces a copy of himself. The battlefield becomes increasingly filled with his duplicates. Durga, in dire need of help, summons Kali to combat the demons. Kali destroys Raktabija by suckling the blood from his body and putting the many Raktabija duplicates in her gaping mouth. An overjoyed Kali starts dancing on the battlefield, stepping on the corpses of the slain. Her consort Shiva lies among the dead beneath her feet. Kali, becoming drunk on the blood of her victims on the battlefield, dances with destructive frenzy. In her fury she fails to see the body of her husband Shiva who lies among the corpses on the battlefield. Ultimately the cries of Shiva attract Kali's attention, calming her fury. As a sign of her shame at having disrespected her husband in such a fashion, Kali sticks out her tongue and stops her frenzy.

        $70
        The Unconquerable Devi As Mahishsur MardiniThe Unconquerable Devi As Mahishsur Mardini
        The Unconquerable Devi As Mahishsur Mardini
        Specification
        • Product Code :734
        • Material :Tussar silk
        • Size : 12" x 18" (painted Area)
          Description

          Beautiful image of the Goddess Durga is being given a refine and colourful depiction in the Pata painting. Once one demon named Mahishasur wrought havoc on Heaven with his supernatural powers. So in order to get rid of the demon, the gods and goddesses created Durga specially to kill the demon. They gave all their energies to her and she ultimately managed to kill the demon. The painting shows the goddess killing the demon with her weapon. She represents the triumph of the good over the evil. The painting reveals some spectacular designs on it.

          $70
          A Durga Puja Mandap Of BengalA Durga Puja Mandap Of Bengal
          A Durga Puja Mandap Of Bengal

          One of the most colourful festivals celebrated by the Bengalees, the artists of Bengal have given Durga Puja a vivrant treatment. Patachitra paintings are one of the most beautiful folk paintings in India and the treatment of vibrant colour and strong lines are the defining features of this form of panting. The painting has depicted the all-powerful Durga killing the demon Mahisasur. The people regaling the spirit of the Puja have also found a colourful treatment in the painting. Indeed a collector’s rare choice. While the puja embodies the spirit of the victory of the good over the evil, it also reminds about the power of the Goddess Durga who was born out of the collective power of all the gods.

          $105
          Devi Durga - Mother Goddess as Warrior 29"Devi Durga - Mother Goddess as Warrior 29"
          Devi Durga - Mother Goddess as Warrior 29"
          Specification
          • Product Code :2138
          • Material :Tussar silk
          • Size : 29"H x 42"W
            Description

            The beautiful Patachitra painting of Goddess Durga, the divine manifestation of power, is given a refine and detail treatment. The painting depicts the goddess killing the demon Mahishasur with her weapon. The goddess was born out of the combine forces of all gods in order to get rid of Mahishasur who wrought havoc on earth and heaven. On her ten hands, the goddess is carrying ten different weapons. Goddess Durga is one of the most popular goddesses in Hinduism and is worshipped with devotion.

            $220

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