"The last supper" is a pivotal moment in history, and is the story of the last meal Lord Jesus shared with his Twelve Apostles in Jerusalem. After this episode, he was crucified. Lord Jesus says that one of the Apostles will betray him and all twelve of them have different reactions to his announcement- a facet that comes out clearly in this mural painting. Judas ultimately is the one to betray him and his betrayal has a lesson worth remembering each time we look at this painting. This stunning Kerala mural can be placed on any well-lit wall in remembrance of Lord Jesus' ultimate sacrifice.
Note: In all its detail this can be custom made and hand crafted exclusively in a size of your choice to suit your exclusive needs.
|Dimension||84 x 42 inches [Customizable]|
|Medium||Canvas and paper|
Is it any surprise that everyone's favourite God is also one that is depicted in various paintings, sculptures and art forms? Lord Ganesha, the commander in chief of the divine army, is the protector of all the worlds. Even today, it's a common practice in many households to place a motif of Ganesha at the entrance to a house as a way to ward off evil and welcome only positive thoughts. As the Lord of all abodes, he rests here in this painting on a lotus, a gentle smile on his face as he blesses all those who cross his path. Bring home Lord Ganesh and his pleasant demeanour. Placing this painting in an entryway or foyer can bring peace into the hearts of all those who stand on your threshold.
Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati enjoy a very high and prominent place among Hindu deities. While they represent various aspects of life including wealth, prosperity, courage, food and even destruction, they also represent a family and its bonding. The same is shown in this Kerala mural wherein Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are seated along with their elder son Ganesh and his Vaahan, younger son Karthikeya, Nandi and other celestial beings. The Himalayas, their abode, are visible in the background along with some animals reinforcing the idea of nature and life as a supreme and celestial bonding. Make this painting a part of your puja room for an added touch of peace.
"Radha-Krishna" is a theme well celebrated in Hindu culture and depicts the love between Radha and Lord Krishna. But this love is not just between two people but is instead a depiction of the ultimate love between a being and its creator. Lord Krishna playing the role of a creator and Radha represents all the mortal beings in the world created by him. Their pair symbolizes the purest and ultimate form of love and hence makes a mark in many scriptures, poems and even art forms. This Kerala Mural depicts a moment from their time together along with some of the gopis. Krishna's time in Vrindavan is marked by his connection to divinity, as we see from his radiant face in the painting. Those looking to experience the bliss of this painting choose to place it along a prominent facade or on a large, well-lit wall.