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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 Ask of a Lifetime£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This painting depicts the moment when Rishi Vishvamitra, a very well respected sage in the Kingdom of Ayodhya comes to King Dashrath to ask him to let his sons – Ram and Lakshman go the forest to stop the demons that are disrupting their prayers.
Here you can see the artist showcasing the grandeur of the grounds of the palace gardens and the beautiful peacocks which reside there.
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 Gift of Life£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This painting depicts the moment when King Dashrath of Ayodhya, who wanted children, performed a sacred prayer called a yagna to ask Lord Brahma, the Creator God. Lord Agni came out of the yagna and handed Dashrath a pot of kheer (rice pudding) advising him to distribute it among his three Queens – Queen Kaushalya, Queen Kaikeyi and Queen Sumitra.
The artist captures the beauty of the flames and the divineness of Lord Agni by his sheer size with the beautiful kingdom of Ayodhya as the backdrop.