"Durja" Invincible Lord Ganesha - Batik Painting

"Durja" Invincible Lord Ganesha - Batik Painting

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  • Product Code: 4188
  • Material: Cotton
  • Size: 29" H x 22" W
  • Available Unframed
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Lord Ganesha is given a royal touch by the painter here with a deep sense of accomplishment and gracefulness. The Lord Ganesha is also known as Durja or invincible as he couldn’t be defeated in any battle. One of the most popular gods inHinduism, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before beginning any puja. He is invincible and Remover of Obstacles. The term Batik is derived from the word “Ambatik” meaning clothes with many dots. The term batik refers to the wax-resist dyeing technique used in textiles. This technique is more than 1000 years old. In this technique of painting, certain parts of the cloth are covered with a dye resistant substance like wax to stop them from absorbing the dyes and thereby they give shape to specific patterns. As these patterns are drawn on the clothes and are not weaved, the painter or artist has more room for to express his creativity. Such paintings are also more durable. Religious themes as well as abstract patterns are portrayed in these paintings. Batik paintings of Orissa, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu are quite famous.

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  • Product Code: 4188
  • Material: Cotton
  • Size: 29" H x 22" W
  • Available Unframed

Lord Ganesha is given a royal touch by the painter here with a deep sense of accomplishment and gracefulness. The Lord Ganesha is also known as Durja or invincible as he couldn’t be defeated in any battle. One of the most popular gods inHinduism, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before beginning any puja. He is invincible and Remover of Obstacles. The term Batik is derived from the word “Ambatik” meaning clothes with many dots. The term batik refers to the wax-resist dyeing technique used in textiles. This technique is more than 1000 years old. In this technique of painting, certain parts of the cloth are covered with a dye resistant substance like wax to stop them from absorbing the dyes and thereby they give shape to specific patterns. As these patterns are drawn on the clothes and are not weaved, the painter or artist has more room for to express his creativity. Such paintings are also more durable. Religious themes as well as abstract patterns are portrayed in these paintings. Batik paintings of Orissa, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu are quite famous.

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