Kalamkari Paintings

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$10.00 USD - $1,000.00 USD

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Nataraj shiva - Kalamkari Painting
  • Product Code :2315
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :44" x 36"

The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord Shiva in His Nataraj form. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Brahma and Vishnu, Lord Shiva is the master of dance. Nataraj Shiva represents the rhythmic motion of life. Here the Lord is shown dancing over the dwarf that represents ignorance. Kalamkari is one of the most popular folk paintings and the painter needs to have deep knowledge of lines and pattern.

Specification Product Code :2315 Material :Cotton cloth Size :44" x 36" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
$74.00 USD $66.60 USD
Shri Ram Darbar - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 87"
  • Product Code :4081
  • Material :Cotton Cloth
  • Size :87" x 50"

The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts the royal court of Ayodhya in a most detailed and minute manner. Ram, Sita, Laxman, and others are given a refine treatment. Kalmakari is an ancient and exquisite art work of painted and printed fabrics and it (Kalamkari) literally means a pen work. This art genre is hand-painted and block-printed and here vegetable dyes are applied in abundance. No artificial or chemical colours are used in such paintings. With a glorious history of more than 3000 years behind this genre, Kalamkari art has evolved over time and this legacy has been handed down from generation to generation. This genre of painting goes through a vigorous process of resist dyeing and hand printing.

Specification Product Code :4081 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :87" x 50" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
$190.00 USD $171.00 USD
Shesh Shayi Vishnu
  • Product Code :1848
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :45" x 40"

A symbol of love and affection, the beautiful Kalamkari painting of Lord Vishnu and his consort Lakshmi is being given a refine and detail treatment. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread. Kalamkari painting is unique in its use of colour as a medium to depict mythological characters. Kalamkari has a glorious history. The popularity of this exquisite form of art crossed the shores of the country during the 17th and 18th centuries. Kalahasti and Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh, the nerve centres of this art continue to be beehives of Kalamkari activity. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes and no chemicals are used whatsoever. In addition to themes from the epics, Kalamkari leitmotifs comprise different forms of the lotus flower, the carwheel, parrots, an interlacing pattern of leaves and flowers.

Specification Product Code :1848 Material :Cotton cloth Size :45" x 40" Description A symbol of...
$90.00 USD $81.00 USD
Goddess Gajalaxmi - Kalamkari Cotton Painting
  • Product Code :1773
  • Material :Cotton
  • Size :46" x 39"

The gracefulness and rich feminine beauty is manifest in the Kalamkari painting that depicts the goddess of wealth and prosperity being surrounded by two elephants. She is seated on a lotus, the symbol of purity. The spectacular painting has some exquisite designs on it and the beautiful pattern of colours add some sparks to the work. Centred on Kalahasti region of Andhra Pradesh, this type of painting is characterized by strong colour pattern and lines.

Specification Product Code :1773 Material :Cotton Size :46" x 39" Description The gracefulness and rich...
$75.00 USD $67.50 USD
Virat Lord Ganesha - Kalamkari Painting 45"
  • Product Code :4062
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :45" x 35"

    The spectacular Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord of Wisdom and the Remover of Obstacles in a most attractive manner. Kalamkari is a popular form of painting in India and as the name suggests, Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam i.e. pen. A sharp-pierced bamboo regulates flow of colour on the fabric at time of creating the painting. The popularity of this genre of art crossed the shores of the country during the 17th and 18th centuries. Kalahasti and Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh, the main centres of this art continue to be beehives of Kalamkari activity. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes.

    Specification Product Code :4062 Material :Cotton cloth Size :45" x 35" Description The spectacular Kalamkari...
    $79.00 USD $71.10 USD
    Story of Goddess Sati - Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :4056
    • Material :Cotton cloth, Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
    • Size :45" x 35"
    Specification Product Code :4056 Material :Cotton cloth, Color: Vegetable and natural dyes Size :45" x...
    $125.00 USD $112.50 USD
    The Life of Lord Rama - Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :4716
    • Material :Cotton Cloth
    • Size :51"H x 78"W
    Specification Product Code :4716 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :51"H x 78"W Description
    $315.00 USD $283.50 USD
    Ten Incarnations of Sri Vishnu - Cotton Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :1050
    • Material :Cotton cloth
    • Size :74" x 46"

    The ten avatars of Lord Vishnu get a vivid depiction in the Kalamkari painting. Lord Vishnu, the master of the Universe comes to the world in different forms to rescue his devotees from the evils. His ten incarnations include Matsya- the fish, Kurma-the tortoise, Varaha-the boar, Narasimha-the man-lion, Vamana-the dwarf brahman, Parasurama-the axe wielder, Rama-the bow wielder, Balarama-the plough wielder, Krishna- the complete Avatara and Kalki, who is yet to come.The use of natural dyes makes the painting a quite impressive one. The artists use natural colours instead of artificial colours in the Kalamkari paintings and this makes this type of painting the distinct one.

    Specification Product Code :1050 Material :Cotton cloth Size :74" x 46" Description The ten avatars...
    $190.00 USD $171.00 USD
    Shiva's Victory Over Ignorance - Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :1856
    • Material :Cotton Cloth
    • Size :44" x 36"

    The rhythmic motion of dance is being nicely painted in the Kalamkari painting in which Lord Shiva is shown dancing over the human figure. The painting is a symbolic of his conquest over ignorance and the dancing posture shows the rhythmic motion of life. The bull represents both power and ignorance. Lord Shiva’s use of the bull as his vehicle expresses the idea that He removes ignorance and bequeaths power of wisdom on His followers. Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity (Brahma and Vishnu being the other ones), and he is responsible for the preservation of the cosmic order.

    Specification Product Code :1856 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :44" x 36" Description The rhythmic motion...
    $90.00 USD $81.00 USD
    The Churning of the Ocean - Hindu Epic Painting
    • Product Code :2605
    • Material :Cotton cloth
    • Size :74" x 45"
    Specification Product Code :2605 Material :Cotton cloth Size :74" x 45" Description
    $205.00 USD $184.50 USD
    Story of Ganesha - Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :4715
    • Material :Cotton Cloth, Vegetable and natural dyes
    • Size :39" x 49"
    Specification Product Code :4715 Material :Cotton Cloth, Vegetable and natural dyes Size :39" x 49"...
    $150.00 USD $135.00 USD
    Shri Bhairava Deva - Kalamkari Painting
    • Product Code :1852
    • Material :Cotton
    • Size :45" x 32"

    The beautiful Kalamkari painting has been nicely painted by the artist. His eight hands are holding different kinds of weapons and the figure is being richly ornate with some garlands on it. Bhairava is the terrifying image of Lord Shiva. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread in such paintings. It is unique in its use of colour as a medium to portray mythological characters. Kalamkari has a glorious history. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes. In addition to themes from the epics, Kalamkari leitmotifs comprise different forms of the lotus flower, the carwheel, parrots, an interlacing pattern of leaves and flowers.

    Specification Product Code :1852 Material :Cotton Size :45" x 32" Description The beautiful Kalamkari painting...
    $79.00 USD $71.10 USD
    Ram and Sita with Companions 70"
    • Product Code :80
    • Material :Cotton
    • Size :70"x22"

    Lord Rama with his companians, a labourious Kalamkari work showing Hanumana, Hayagreeva, Laxman, Bharat, Sugreeva and others.

    Specification Product Code :80 Material :Cotton Size :70"x22" Description Lord Rama with his companians, a...
    $98.00 USD $88.20 USD
    Shiva's Attendant Ferocious Virabhadra - Kalamkari Painting 46"
    • Product Code :2963
    • Material :Cotton cloth
    • Size :46" x 36"

      The spectacular kalamkari painting of "Virabhadra" is given a resoplandent treatment with some beautiful colour pattern. Virabhadra was born out of the wrath of "Rudra (Shiva)" when the Lord stepped in to destroy the Yagna of "Daksha Prajapati", after "Dakshayani (Sati)" or Devi self-immolated in yagna fire. Along with him was created, his consort Bhadrakali, from the wrath of Devi. Vīrabhadra was a great warrior who eventually blinded Bhaga and broke, among many other countless gods, Pushan's teeth. Other gods fled the battle field unable to sustain his power. He is the head of Shiva Gana or the followers of Shiva. Sati was the youngest daughter of Daksha, the chief of the gods. When Sati grew up she set her heart on Shiva, worshipping him in secret. In the Swayamvara of Sati, Daksha invited all gods and princes except Shiva. Sati cast her wreath into air, calling upon Shiva to receive the garland; and behold he stood in midst of the court with the wreath about his neck. Daksha had no choice but to marry Sati with Shiva. One day Daksha made arrangements for a great horse sacrifice, and invited all the gods omitting only Shiva. Sati, being greatly humiliated, went to the banquet and Sati released the inward consuming fire and fell dead at Daksha's feet. Narada bore this news to Shiva. Shiva burned with anger, and tore from his head a lock of hair, glowing with energy, and cast upon the earth. The terrible demon Vīrabhadra sprang from it, his tall body reached the high heavens, he was dark as the clouds, he had a thousand arms, three burning eyes, and fiery hair; he wore a garland of skulls and carried terrible weapons. Vīrabhadra bowed at Shiva's feet and asked his will.

      Specification Product Code :2963 Material :Cotton cloth Size :46" x 36" Description The spectacular kalamkari...
      $75.00 USD $67.50 USD
      Seated Vinayaka - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 45"
      • Product Code :3835
      • Material :Cotton
      • Size : 45"" x 36"
        Specification Product Code :3835 Material :Cotton Size : 45"" x 36" Description
        $75.00 USD $67.50 USD
        Mangalmurti Ashta Ganesha
        • Product Code :1109
        • Material :Cotton
        • Size :74" x 46"

        The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord of Wisdom in his eight different forms. The Mudgala Purana, an ancient text on Lord Ganesha, cites eight forms of Ganesha, prevailing over eight human weaknesses or demons. Thus, Ekadanta is the Conquerer of Moda or arrogance. Dhumravarna (smoke colored) overcomes Abhimana, pride; Vakratunda (curved trunk) is the Vanquisher of Matsarya, jealousy; Mahodara (big belly) is Lord of Moha, infatuation; Gajanana (elephant face) conquers Lobha, greed; Lambodara (corpulent belly) overcomes Krodha, anger; Vikata (deformed) conquers Kama, lust; Vighnaraja (King of Obstacles) prevails over Mamata (egotism). So now we can see that our Loving Ganesha is "there" for even the lowest of the low, that there is hope for everyone, and that there really is "no intrinsic evil," only a seeming variation of the past containing all that has to be learned to live and grow from a young soul to an older one and then mature into rishi consciousness. He is "there for us." Yes, there is hope for all, and none are damned forever. It is our loving Ganesha who eventually introduces us to His brother, our Loving Murugan, the God Who sits upon the manipura chakra, center of willpower.

        Specification Product Code :1109 Material :Cotton Size :74" x 46" Description The beautiful Kalamkari painting...
        $120.00 USD $108.00 USD
        King Dashrath and His Wifes - Kalamkari Painting 42"
        • Product Code :3473
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :42" x 32"
        Specification Product Code :3473 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :42" x 32" Description
        $70.00 USD $63.00 USD
        Lord Murugan (Son of Lord Shiva) Kalamkari Painting
        • Product Code :4059
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :44" x 35"

        The Kalamkari painting depicts Lord Murugan, the son of Lord Shiva in a nice way. Lord Murugan, son of Lord Shiva is especially popular among the Tamil population of South India. There is an ancient anecdote about the origin of Murugan. When Sati, the consort of Shiva immolated herself at the Daksha Yagna she was later reborn as Uma, or Parvati the daughter of the mountain king Himavaan (the Himalayas). Depressed over the loss of Sati, Lord Shiva engaged himself in yogic meditation in the Himalayas. However, in the meantime, a demon named Surapadman wraught havoc on earth causing untold miseries to human beings. The gods realised that only the son born of Shiva could lead the gods to triumph over Tarakasuran, Surapadman and their companions. As a result,they plotted with Kamadeva, to persuade Shiva and shoot a flower arrow at Shiva, when he was engrossed in deep meditation. The trick worked. When Kama shot his arrow, Mahadev opened his third eye and burned Kama to ashes instantly. The fire from Shiva's third eye were hard to extinguish and it was then carried by the river Ganges into the Saravana forest. There the fire was brought to a pond called Saravana Poigai. Out of the fire were born six children of Lord Shiva. Parvati combined these six babies into one with six faces, i.e. Shanmukha or Arumugan or Murugan. Murugan became the general of the demi-gods and led the gods to victory against the demons.

        Specification Product Code :4059 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :44" x 35" Description The Kalamkari painting...
        $79.00 USD $71.10 USD
        Lord Hanuman Ji - Kalamkari Painting 23"
        • Product Code :4714
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :23" x 18"
        Description

        A devotee of Lord Ramchandra, and a paradigm of unstinted love and affection towards the master, Lord Hanuman is the central figure of the Hindu epic Ramayana. He played a key role in rescuing abducted Seeta, wife of Ram, from the captivity of Ravan, the demon king of Lanka. Hanuman was one of the most powerful heroes of Indian mythology and he is worshipped by millions across the country even today. A sense of devition and affection is manifest in this cotton Kalamkari painting.


        Kalamkari painting is unique in its use of colour for depicting mythological characters. Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam i.e. pen. Kalamkari colours are made from vegetable dyes.

        Specification Product Code :4714 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :23" x 18" Description A devotee of...
        $38.00 USD $34.20 USD
        Lord Ganesha Seated on Lotus - Kalamkari Painting 46"H
        • Product Code :3245
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :46"H x 37"W

        One of the most worshipped gods in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is the Remover of Obstacles and He is also the Lord of Wisdom. In this spectacular painting, the Lord is holding conches and lotus. The Lord may be easily propitiated and He is worshipped first among all gods. He is the embodiment of generosity, wealth and knowledge. Kalamkari is an spectacular Indian style of painting. It derives its name from Kalam meaning Pen, and Kari meaning work, literally Pen-work. It is hand painting as well as block printing with vegetable dyes.

        Specification Product Code :3245 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :46"H x 37"W Description One of the...
        $84.00 USD $75.60 USD
        Krishna with Consorts-Kalamkari Painting
        • Product Code :81
        • Material :Cotton
        • Size :34"x45"

        The Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord Krishna along with his consorts in a most beautiful manner. The depiction of colours in a most artistic manner gives the painting a quite impressive impact. The colours used here are made of natural dyes and the artists take days to prepare them. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread. Kalamkari art is unique in its use of colour as a medium to portray mythological characters. Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam i.e. pen, a sharp pointed pierced bamboo that regulates flow of colour on the fabric

        Specification Product Code :81 Material :Cotton Size :34"x45" Description The Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord...
        $65.00 USD $58.50 USD
        Goddess Saraswati Seated on Hansa - Large Kalamkari Painting
        • Product Code :3295
        • Material :Cotton cloth
        • Size :75" x 44"

        The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts the Goddess Saraswati in a most accomplished manner. The Goddess of Learning and Art is painted seated on a big lotus and she is wearing some spectacular jewelries and drapery. The Goddess is one of the most popular goddesses in Hinduism and she is worshipped by the students as Goddess Saraswati is considered an embodiment of learning. The beautiful painting has some exquisite designs on it and the beautiful pattern of some variegated colors add sparks to the masterpiece. Centred on Kalahasti region of Andhra Pradesh, this genre of painting is marked by strong colour pattern and lines.

        Specification Product Code :3295 Material :Cotton cloth Size :75" x 44" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
        $160.00 USD $144.00 USD
        Harbinger of Good Luck - Kalamkari Painting
        • Product Code :1053
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :44" x 36"
        Specification Product Code :1053 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :44" x 36" Description
        $90.00 USD $81.00 USD
        Goddess Lakshmi - Kalamkari Painting
        • Product Code :3248
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :46"H x 38"W

        The spectacular Kalamkari painting depicts the Goddess of wealth with a greater degree of finesse. A great deal of gracefulness and rich feminine beauty is manifest in the beautiful Kalamkari painting that depicts the goddess of wealth and prosperity seated on a lotus, the symbol of purity. The Goddess, worshipped for wealth and prosperity, is holding two lotuses on her two hands. The spectacular painting has some exquisite designs on it and the beautiful pattern of colours add some sparks to the work. Centred on Kalahasti region of Andhra Pradesh, this type of painting is characterized by strong colour pattern and lines.

        Specification Product Code :3248 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :46"H x 38"W Description The spectacular Kalamkari...
        $75.00 USD $67.50 USD
        Gracious Buddha - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 37"
        • Product Code :2549
        • Material :Cotton cloth
        • Size :37" x 23"

        The Apostle of Truth and Non-violence, "Lord Buddha" is treated with some brilliant strokes in Kalamkari pattern. A deep sense of gravity and accomplishment is manifest on His face as the Lord, who gave up the lap of luxury in search of the Absolute Truth, is painted on a meditative posture. He is wearing a single piece of cloth. The panels around the figure are also nicely decorated with some floral and animal motifs.

        Specification Product Code :2549 Material :Cotton cloth Size :37" x 23" Description The Apostle of...
        $50.00 USD $45.00 USD
        Griefing king Dasaratha - Hindu Epic Ramyana Painting 42"
        • Product Code :3476
        • Material :Cotton Cloth
        • Size :42" x 32"
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          Specification Product Code :3476 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :42" x 32" Description -
          $70.00 USD $63.00 USD
          Goddess Sherawali Ma - Cotton Kalamkari Painting 76"
          • Product Code :4078
          • Material :Cotton Cloth
          • Size :76" x 44"

          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.

          Specification Product Code :4078 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :76" x 44" Description In this spectacular...
          $160.00 USD $144.00 USD
          Goddess Durga - Large Kalamkari Painting 80"
          • Product Code :3834
          • Material :Cotton
          • Size :80" x 47"
          Specification Product Code :3834 Material :Cotton Size :80" x 47" Description
          $175.00 USD $157.50 USD
          "King Dasharath" Father of Lord Rama - Kalamkari Painting
          • Product Code: 3467
          • Material: Cotton Cloth
          • Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
          • Size: 46" x 36"

           

          Specification: Product Code: 3467 Material: Cotton Cloth Color: Vegetable and natural dyes Size: 46" x...
          $0.00 USD
          "Gracious Lord Hanuman" Cotton Kalamkari Painting
          • Product Code :3488
          • Material :Cotton cloth
          • Size :23" x 18"

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          Specification Product Code :3488 Material :Cotton cloth Size :23" x 18" Description -
          $38.00 USD $34.20 USD
          'Kalyansundaram' Marriage of Shiva Parvati
          • Product Code :1546
          • Material :Cotton
          • Size :76" x 46"

          Lord Shiva and Parvati are a testimony of a happy married life and people in Hinduism worship them for a happy conjugal life. The Kalamkari painting on the duo reflects beauty on fabrics. Natural dyes are used to depict mythological characters and the process of creating a painting is quite long.

          Specification Product Code :1546 Material :Cotton Size :76" x 46" Description Lord Shiva and Parvati...
          $190.00 USD $171.00 USD
          'Ardhanarishvara' The Combine Form of Shiva Shakti
          • Product Code :2355
          • Material :Cotton cloth
          • Size :74" x 44"

          The beautiful Kalamkari painting is given a refine and divine treatment with some sparkling designs and curves. Lord Shiva is here painted as Ardhnariswar (the right side being Shakti and the left side Shiva). Lord Shiva as the Ardhnariswar represents the existence of duality of men and women in us. A deep sense of satisfaction and accomplishment is manifest on His face. One of the most-worshipped gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is one of the Trinity Gods, the other two being Lord Vishnu and Brahma.

          Specification Product Code :2355 Material :Cotton cloth Size :74" x 44" Description The beautiful Kalamkari...
          $165.00 USD $148.50 USD
          'Hamsa Vahini Saraswati' Kalamkari Painting
          • Product Code :2504
          • Material :Cotton Cloth
          • Size :75" x 46"

          The spectacular Kalamkari painting is a shining example of beauty and artistry. The Goddess Saraswati who is worshipped by millions of students across the country is seated on her vehicle a swan. The Goddess is playing her veena. She is wearing a shining headgear and some beautiful floral designs mark the painting. An exquisite ancient craft of painted and printed fabrics, Kalamkari derives its name from Kalam meaning Pen, and Kari meaning work, literally Pen-work. It is hand painting as well as block printing with vegetable dyes. With a glorious history of over 3000 years, techniques of craftsmanship in Kalamkari were handed down within the families from generation to generation.

          Specification Product Code :2504 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :75" x 46" Description The spectacular Kalamkari...
          $160.00 USD $144.00 USD
          "Lord Skanda" Kartikeya Kalamkari Painting
          • Product Code :2993
          • Material :Cotton Cloth
          • Size :46" x 37"
          Description

          Lord Skanda is a popular deity in Hinduism and he is widely worshipped. The Lord is seated on a huge peacock in full bloom. The Lord Kartikeya is holding his weapon and a sense of gracefulness is manifest in this beautiful Kalamkari painting. Kalamkari is an exquisite ancient craft of painted fabrics. It derives its name from Kalam meaning Pen, and Kari meaning work, literally Pen-work. It is hand painting as well as block printing with vegetable dyes.

          Specification Product Code :2993 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :46" x 37" Description Lord Skanda is...
          $75.00 USD $67.50 USD
          "Devi Saraswati" Seated on Swan - Kalamkari Painting
          • Product Code :2997
          • Material :Cotton Cloth
          • Size :46" x 38"

          The deep sense of colour and beauty is manifest in the beautiful Kalamkari painting that depicts the goddess of music and art, Saraswati. The goddess is playing her Veena and is seated on a swan. The gracefulness and deep feminine nature of the Goddess is manifest in the beautiful painting. One of the most popular goddesses in Hinduism, she is worshipped both by the musicians and students.

          Specification Product Code :2997 Material :Cotton Cloth Size :46" x 38" Description The deep sense...
          $79.00 USD $71.10 USD