'Narasimha Avatar' The Man Lion Form of Lord Vishnu

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  • Product Code :4769
  • Material :Cow dung treated handmade paper
  • Size :30" x 22"
Description

In this beautiful Madhubani paining, cow dung treated handmade paper is used to depict Lord Narasimha avatar of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha Avatar is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and Vishnu took the form of a Man Lion form to kill Hiranyakashipu, the father of Vishnu devotee Prahlad. Madhubani is an important art form in Mithila region of Bihar. This genre of painting is marked by line drawings filled in by bright colours and contrasts or patterns. Though traditionally done by the women folk of the region, nowadays men are also involved in the process. 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 meet the growing commercial demand, such paintings are also done on paper, cloth and canvas.

Description

Specification
  • Product Code :4769
  • Material :Cow dung treated handmade paper
  • Size :30" x 22"
Description

In this beautiful Madhubani paining, cow dung treated handmade paper is used to depict Lord Narasimha avatar of Lord Vishnu. Narasimha Avatar is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and Vishnu took the form of a Man Lion form to kill Hiranyakashipu, the father of Vishnu devotee Prahlad. Madhubani is an important art form in Mithila region of Bihar. This genre of painting is marked by line drawings filled in by bright colours and contrasts or patterns. Though traditionally done by the women folk of the region, nowadays men are also involved in the process. 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 meet the growing commercial demand, such paintings are also done on paper, cloth and canvas.

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