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Ramayana – Indrajit’s Illusion£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This artwork set during the Battle of Lanka, shows Indrajit, Ravan’s son, who is versed in magic creating an illusion of Sita and killing her in front of Hanuman. He tries to stop him but is unsuccessful and then reports back to Ram that Sita has been killed. Fortunately, Vibishana, who knew of Indrajit’s powers enlightened him that the whole thing was an illusion.
The artist has created a very dramatic piece of work, showing the battle scene below, Hanuman in the air trying to stop Indrajit and Indrajit killing Sita in a very dark and tragic time.
Ramayana – The Ethical Stance£ 75.00 – £ 550.00 BUY
This beautiful piece of artwork shows the Kingdom of the Lanka and beautiful blue and gold palace in the background. Here you can see Vibishana, the younger brother of Ravan, the King of Lanka trying desperately to convince him to send Sita back to Ram, but Ravan was not willing to listen to Vibishana to he left Lanka to go and fight alongside Ram.
The artist has created a wonderful depicition of Ravan, the ten headed demon king with all of his arms carrying different weapons.
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This beautiful vimana was actually originally made for Lord Brahma by Vishwakarma, who then gifted it to Kubera, the God of Wealth, but was then stolen along with Lanka by Ravan.