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Ramayana – Bharat’s responsibility£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This artwork shows Ram’s brother Bharat asks for his sandals as a symbol of his presence on the throne as a sign of respect to his right, which he then places on the royal seat of Ayodhya and he agrees to become the caretaker of the kingdom until Ram returns.
The artist shows the three Queen mothers in the background watching him take Ram’s sandals gracefully from the forest before returning back to Ayodhya.
Ramayana – Manthara’s Manipulation£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This painting shows Queen Kaikeyi begging King Dashrath to honour the two wishes that he had promised her. Influenced by her evil maid Manthara, pictured as a black shadow in the background, she asked that he make her son Bharat King of Ayodhya and that he send Ram into exile for 14 years.
The artist depicts the grandeur of the marble pillars in the palace and the beautiful architecture during this time. He shows King Dashrath looking quite helpless as Queen Kaikeyi is on her hands and knees begging him to meet her demands.
Ramayana – The Coronation£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
The final artwork in this Ramayana Collection by Paolo Libralesso, shows Ram and Sita back in Ayodhya with his brother Lakshman and Hanuman sitting on his throne as King of Ayodhya.
This beautiful artwork in the last of this collection marks the joyous occasion of Diwali and the start of the subsequent reign named Ram Rajya, also known as the golden age.
Ramayana – The Exile£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This artwork shows Ram, Sita and Lakshman departing the Kingdom of Ayodhya in their beautiful chariot led by decorated horses at the palace gates for their 14 year exile.
The artist shows the people of Ayodhya that have gathered there to see him off. Even during this time Ram has his right hand raised offering blessings to all those around him.
Ramayana – The journey home£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This beautiful artwork shows Ram and Sita returning back to Ayodhya in Ravan’s magical flying aircraft known as the Pushpaka Vimana. The artist has depicted this aircraft as a beautifully designed palace in the clouds flying over the Ayodhya.
This beautiful vimana was actually originally made for Lord Brahma by Vishwakarma, who then gifted it to Kubera, the God of Wealth, but was then stolen along with Lanka by Ravan.
Ramayana – The Wedding£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This very colourful artwork depicting the wedding of Prince Ram to Princess Sita is a beautiful depiction by the artist of the joyous occasion of their marriage.
He shows all the traditions of a royal Hindu marriage with the couple on a beautifully decorated elephant, the line of royal elephants in the background, the people playing their instruments and dancing and the fireworks in the sky.