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Lord Ganesha With Consorts - Riddhi SiddhiLord Ganesha With Consorts - Riddhi Siddhi
Lord Ganesha With Consorts - Riddhi Siddhi

Lord Ganesha has been shown along with his consorts Riddhi and Siddhi (success and prosperity). Worship of this aspect of Ganesh is supposed to grant us wishes very quickly. The consorts are perched on his lap. Set on Kalamkari painting, the painting is a unique creation by the master painter. The Lord has been painted green, a special feature of the Kalamkari style of painting. Natural dyes are extensively used in this form of style. The painter has liberally used colours and borderlines to give the product a most attractive treatment.

$75
The Love Letter - Batik PaintingThe Love Letter - Batik Painting
The Love Letter - Batik Painting
Specification
  • Product Code :2916
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size : 46" x 30"
    Description

    The young ladies are busy as one is instructing the other to write a love letter to her beloved. The surroundings are also nicely painted with trees, the inquisitive deer. The beautiful Batik painting celebrates the beauty of the nature along with the beauty of love and emotions. The two young ladies are lying by the side of the river and the method of waxing and dewaxing adds a special effect to the painting.

    $55
    Folk Art Gond PantingFolk Art Gond Panting
    Folk Art Gond Panting
    Specification
    • Product Code :BS7451
    • Material :Water colors on paper, signed by artist
    • Size :10" H x 14" W
    • Weight :30 gm. Approx.
    Description
    $40
    Big Cats Under the Tree - Gond PaintingBig Cats Under the Tree - Gond Painting
    Big Cats Under the Tree - Gond Painting
    Specification
    • Product Code :BS7424
    • Material :Water colors on paper, signed by artist
    • Size :14" H x 10" W
    • Weight :30 gm. Approx.
    Description
    $40
    Joy - Gond Bhil Tribal PaintingJoy - Gond Bhil Tribal Painting
    Joy - Gond Bhil Tribal Painting
    Specification
    • Product Code :BS7423
    • Material :Water colors on paper, signed by artist
    • Size :14" H x 10" W
    • Weight :30 gm. Approx.
    Description
    $40
    Lord Krishna Playing Flute in a Boat with GopisLord Krishna Playing Flute in a Boat with Gopis
    Lord Krishna Playing Flute in a Boat with Gopis
    Specification
    • Product Code :B6505
    • Material :Cotton Cloth with Sequin Work
    • Size :30"H x 42"W
    Description
    $12.50
    Ashtabhuja GaneshAshtabhuja Ganesh
    Ashtabhuja Ganesh
    Specification
    • Product Code :5449
    • Material :Folk Art Paata Painting on Tussar Silk Fabric
    • Size :44"H x 29.50"W
    Description
    $230
    Birth of Skanda - The Great Son of Lord ShivaBirth of Skanda - The Great Son of Lord Shiva
    Birth of Skanda - The Great Son of Lord Shiva
    Specification
    • Product Code :5445
    • Material :Folk Art Paata Painting on Patti (cotton and paper togather)
    • Size :25"H x 40"W
    Description
    $230
    Lord Ganesh Birth StoryLord Ganesh Birth Story
    Lord Ganesh Birth Story
    Specification
    • Product Code :5443
    • Material :Folk Art Paata Painting on Patti (cotton and paper togather)
    • Size :25"H X 40"W
    Description
    $250
    Benevolent Lord GopalaBenevolent Lord Gopala
    Benevolent Lord Gopala
    Specification
    • Product Code :5437
    • Material :Folk Art Paata Painting on Patti (cotton and paper togather)
    • Size :13"H x 19"
    Description

    In this folk art Paata Painting on Patti (cotton and paper togather), Lord Krishna is nicely depicted playing his immortal tune in his flute even as two gopis taking care of the Lord. Whereas one lady is fanning him the other is offering him sweets. The iconic figure of the Lord is painted blue and even the cow is painted minutely. The borders of the painted are painted smartly with some spectacular floral designs.


    Pata is a traditional painting of Odisha and is based on Hindu mythology and specially inspired by Jagannath and Vaishnava cult. All colours used in the paintings are natural and paintings are made fully old traditional way by Chitrakaras (Oriya painter). Pattachitra style of painting is one of the oldest and most popular art forms of Odisha. The term Pattachitra has evolved from the Sanskrit words patta, meaning canvas, and chitra, meaning picture. Pattachitra is thus a painting done on canvas, and is manifested by rich colourful application, creative motifs and designs, and portrayal of simple themes, mostly mythological in depiction. The painting the 'pattachitra' resemble the old murals of Odisha especially religious centres of Puri, Konark and Bhubaneshwar region, dating back to the 5th century BC. The hub of this genre of artwork is in and around Puri, especially in the village of Raghurajpur

    $75
    Mata DurgaMata Durga
    Mata Durga
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    $25
    "King Dasharath" Father of Lord Rama - Kalamkari Painting"King Dasharath" Father of Lord Rama - Kalamkari Painting
    "King Dasharath" Father of Lord Rama - Kalamkari Painting
    Specification:
    • Product Code: 3467
    • Material: Cotton Cloth
    • Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
    • Size: 46" x 36"

     

    $60
    God Ganesha - Handmade Folk Art PaintingGod Ganesha - Handmade Folk Art Painting
    God Ganesha - Handmade Folk Art Painting

    The beautiful image of Lord Ganesha is being given a nice depiction in traditional Kalamkari style of painting and is shown dancing in full spirit. One of the most revered gods in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is worshipped at the beginning of any ceremony. He is the god of Wisdom and Learning. The Kalamkari painting is full of life and enthusiasm with some splendid designs on it.

    $37
    Lion and His Cub - Madhubani PaintingLion and His Cub - Madhubani Painting
    Lion and His Cub - Madhubani Painting
    Specification
    • Product Code :858
    • Material :Handmade Paper
    • Size :31" x 22"
    Description
    $125
    'Hamsa Vahini Saraswati' Kalamkari Painting (Reserved Product)'Hamsa Vahini Saraswati' Kalamkari Painting (Reserved Product)
    'Hamsa Vahini Saraswati' Kalamkari Painting (Reserved Product)
    Specification
    • Product Code :2504
    • Material :Cotton Cloth
    • Size :75" x 46"
    Description

    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.

    $160
    Kalamkari Painting 'Lovely Hanuman'Kalamkari Painting 'Lovely Hanuman'
    Kalamkari Painting 'Lovely Hanuman'
    Specification
    • Product Code :2995
    • Material :Cotton cloth
    • Size :46" x 38
    Description

    The beautiful Kalamkari painting of the "Lord Hanuman is given a refine and detail treatment with some nice designs. The great devotee of Ram is carrying the mountain on his left hand and his weapon on his right hand. His body is painted indigo and Hanuman is wearing some jewelries. When Lakshman, the brother of Ramcahndra was hurt by an arrow, the physician suggested that only the herbs from the Dronagiri mountains could cure him. Unable to recognize the particular herb, Hanuman lifted the entire mountains.

    $84
    "Shri Ram Durbar" Cotton Kalamkari Painting"Shri Ram Durbar" Cotton Kalamkari Painting
    "Shri Ram Durbar" Cotton Kalamkari Painting

    The spectacular Kalamkari painting depicts the Sri Ram Durbar with a deep sense of devotion and finesse. A key figure in the great Indian epic Ramayana, Lord Ramchandra is also an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the two others being Lord Shiva and Brahma. Here Lord Ramchandra is painted along with Sita, His wife, who was abducted by the demon king Ravana, His brothers Lakshmana, Bharat, Satrughna and His great devotee Hanuman and others. Literally meaning Pen work, Kalamkari is an ancient genre of art work known for deep colour pattern and resplendent spread.

    $84
    "The Merciful Kali" Patachitra Silk Painting"The Merciful Kali" Patachitra Silk Painting
    "The Merciful Kali" Patachitra Silk Painting
    Specification
    • Product Code :3559
    • Material :Tussar silk
    • Size : 42" x 31"
      Description

      A spectacular colour pattern and sharp and lines are manifest here as the mother goddess is trampling on Lord Shiva.


      A very powerful goddess in Hinduism, Mahakali is the repository of the ferocious nature of power. Though lot of negative attributes are associated with this goddess, worshiping her helps us get rid of evil forces. She is wearing garland of human skulls and is holding a beheaded human head.


      Kali is a Hindu goddess associated with eternal energy. Literally meaning 'black', but has by folk etymology come to mean 'force of time (kala)'. Despite her negative connotations, she is today considered the goddess of time and change. Although sometimes presented as dark and violent, her earliest incarnation as a figure of annihilation still has some influence.


      Kali is represented as the consort of god Shiva, on whose body she is often seen standing. She is associated with many other Hindu goddesses like Durga, Bhadrakali, Sati, Rudrani, Parvati and Chamunda. She is the foremost among the Dasa-Mahavidyas, ten fierce Tantric goddesses.

      $220
      "Hail to Mother Kali" Paata Folk Painting 30""Hail to Mother Kali" Paata Folk Painting 30"
      "Hail to Mother Kali" Paata Folk Painting 30"
      Specification
      • Product Code :3560
      • Material :Tussar Silk
      • Size : 30" x 18"
          Description
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          $125
          Mother Goddess Kali - Madhubani Painting on Handmade Paper 30'Mother Goddess Kali - Madhubani Painting on Handmade Paper 30'
          Mother Goddess Kali - Madhubani Painting on Handmade Paper 30'
          Specification
          • Product Code :4045
          • Material :Cow dung treated handmade paper
          • Size :30"H x 22"W
            Description
            $130
            Lord Krsna with Gop i- Temple Art Painting of PuriLord Krsna with Gop i- Temple Art Painting of Puri
            Lord Krsna with Gop i- Temple Art Painting of Puri

            The amorous feelings between the Lord Krishna and his consort is being beautifully painted on silk by the artists in the traditional Puri Temple style of painting. The duo reveal a greater sense of love and affection as Lord Krishna is looking at her with love and affection. The gopi seems to have surrendered completely to the love of the Lord. The river Yamuna, the lotus on it, the beautiful trees all have been given a detail and nice manner.

            $70
            Dashavatara - Ten Incarnations of Lord VishnuDashavatara - Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu
            Dashavatara - Ten Incarnations of Lord Vishnu

            The beautiful Patachitra painting depicts the ten incarnations of Vishnu. The Puranas speak of the ten avataars of Vishnu. These incarnations detail the divine help given by Vishnu during various stages of human evolution, by appearing on earth in different forms to salvage the devotees from the impending catastrophe. These incarnations demonstrate that divinity re-establishes Dharma or righteousness and destroys injustice from time to time, by appearing on earth in various incarnations. The ten avataras are Matsyavatara (fish), Koorma (tortoise), Varaaha (boar), Narasimha (the man lion), Vaamana (the dwarf), Parasurama (the angry man), Rama (the perfect human), Balarama and Krishna (the divine statesman). The 10th avatar which is yet to appear is Kalki. Matsyavatara, or the form of the fish was taken up by Vishnu during a deluge that submerged the earth. Vishnu commanded a rishi to gather together samples of all species and wait in a boat. The gigantic golden fish then dragged the boat through the deluge and then enabled Bhrama to start the act of creation all over again. Yet another legend has it that a demon once stole the four Vedas and hid them under the sea. Vishnu assumed the Matsya form and retrieved them and then restored them to their original fragrance. This legend is held at the Parimalaranganathar temple at Mayiladuturai, near Thanjavur The Koorma Avatara where Vishnu took the form of a tortoise, is described in the legend of the celestial nectar Amrita. Vishnu took the form of a wild boar - the Varaaha Avatara, dived into the ocean, and saved Bhoomi Devi who sank into the bottom of the ocean, with his massive snout. Vishnu as Varahamurthy is enshrined at Tiruvidandai near Chennai, and at the Kanchipuram Kamakshiamman temple. In his Narasimhaavataaram, Vishnu destroyed the demon king Hiranyakashipu and demonstrated his omnipresence in a powerful way. Vishnu took the form of Vamana the midget to destroy the demon Bali. He visited Bali during a sacrifice where the latter was arrogantly distributing gifts of the seeker's choice, to show his power of wealth. Vamana meekly asked for three feet of land measured by his small feet. All on a sudden he assumed the massive form of Trivikrama, dominating the universe; with his first foot he covered the earth, with the second the heavens. When there was no room for the third, Bali, who never went back on his word, offered his head, and Vishnu sent him to the netherworld. Trivikrama is enshrined at Tirukkovilur, Kanchipuram and Sirkazhi in Tamilnadu. Vishnu then took up the form of Parasurama, to quell the arrogance of the Kshatriya rulers who harmed the sages and unprotected mortals. The Ramayana speaks of the glory of the Rama Avatar, and the Mahabharata speaks of Balarama and Krishna.Some schools of thought believe that Krishna was the eighth incarnation of Vishnu and the ninth was Buddha and that Vishnu took up the avataar of Buddha to purify Hinduism of excessive ritualism. He preached detachment, and the middle path consisting of eight fold virtues of right views, right resolve, right speech, right conduct, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfullness and right meditation.It is believed that at the end of the current epoch, there will be a deluge when Kalki - the tenth and the last avatara of Vishnu, will ride forth on a horse to redeem humankind and re-establish righteousness.The painting reveals some sparkling lines and application of colours in the traditional Pata framework.

            $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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