|The story of Mahabharata is known and read by many and is regarded as an epic. This mural depicts a famous scene during the battle between the Pandavas and Kauravas. The great warrior Arjuna falls into a moral dilemma and conflict as he has to choose between what is right and what is just. Lord Krishna being his friend, charioteer, and mentor guides him through his conflict and imparts wisdom which is popularly known today as the Bhagavat Geeta. The relevance of this text even today is evident in the feeling this painting evokes, from Arjuna's submission to Krishna's wisdom and the looming battle at the fringes, to a Lord's calm demeanour and knowledge. Bring this painting into a conference facility for a touch of tradition and a reminder to be judicious.|
Created with intricate work of joining small pieces of chipped wood, this portrait depicts the conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna at the beginning of the great Mahabharat war. Krishna defines the duties of a Karam-Yogi to Arjuna who was reluctant to fight the battle against his own clan.
As an art-form , the wood carved items are in existence since many centuries at Channapatna, Karnataka.It has passed on from one generations of highly skilled artisans to another and has spread far and wide.
Suggested Placement: In bed room or living room
Note: In respect to size, can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
Depicts supreme lord Krishna's time in Gokul.Krishna grew up as an extremely playful, mischivious and charming child. Many names of Krishna are derived from his virtues and deeds. As a cowherd Krishna's enchanting flute play had a magical spell on every living being. Hence the name Murali Manohara (Murali meaning a flute in sanskrit). Dimension 32 inches x 44 inches.
Pattachitra painters, who make paintings over a piece of cloth known as Patta or a dried palm leaf, specialize in this unique art-form since generations. Raghurajpur a heritage crafts village in Puri district, Odisha is famous for this ancient craft-works which at least date back to 5 BC. A mixture of chalk and gum is used in unique proportion to create this beautiful piece.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e. hand painted to a size of your choice as per your requirement.
Being aware of everything while being in a Nidra (sleeping) posture is how Narayana is shown. Narayana is the resting form of energy, the active form of Lord Narayana is called Vishnu. This marble sculpture depicts the lord with his consort goddess Laxmi resting on Sesha Naga. Shesh“ in Sanskrit and many Indian languages means “that which remains" and “ Naga" means snake, and snake symbolises energy in Hinduism. So when these two words shesha +naga are put together, it means, that which remains, ultimately, is ENERGY or Atman.
Suggested Placement: In the puja (worship) room or in the living room
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.