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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 – Shiva Dhanush£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This absolute stunning work of art depicts the moment when Ram attends the Swayamvara in the Kingdom of Mithila, where King Janak was choosing a suitor for his daughter Princess Sita.
Here you can see Prince Ram lifting the bow that was extremely powerful and heavy and made by Lord Vishwakarma and gifted to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva had then gifted this famous bow called the Pinaka to Devarata, a devotee and ancestor of King Janaka. The condition was that only the man who could lift the bow would be suitable to marry Princess Sita, as he lifts the bow and tries to string it, it breaks in two.
The artist captures the moment when the divine bow is breaking in two and radiates a divine light showing how powerful it is.
Ramayana – Shurpanaka’s Lust£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This artwork shows Ram in the forest protecting Sita from the demoness Shurpanakha, she was the sister of Ravan, the King of Lanka and fell in love with Ram and wanted to marry him. When Ram rejected her she tried to attack Sita and Lakshman cut off her nose.
The artist depicts this scene perfectly in the forest with Ram defending Sita, Lakshman with his sword in the air about to cut her nose and Sita looking frightened in the background.
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.
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.