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A supreme master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom, as can be analysed from his name Ganapati, where ‘Ga’ means buddhi (intelligence), ‘Na’ means vijnana (wisdom) and ‘Pati’ means master. His benevolence allows him to be honoured as the first among the celestials before the commencement of any auspicious ceremony for enlightening it to a successful finish without any obstru
A supreme master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom, as can be analysed from his name Ganapat
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Peace & Prosperity heralds escalation in artistic pursuits. During the Sikh period, art reached its pinnacle in Lahore, Amritsar, Jind, Patiala, etc. It had a unique style, standing in its own right, characterizing its own Punjabi manifestations, reflecting color scheme and ornamentation. Sobriety is the keynote of this painting. Executed in monochromes, it is a regal miniature. The pachyd
Peace & Prosperity heralds escalation in artistic pursuits. During the Sikh period, art reached
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In Hinduism, Religion Rasaleela is an interesting phenomenon. It refers to the ihalokiya (earthly) conduct - ‘leela’ - of the Vishnu-avatara Krishna. The word ‘rasa’ translates to aesthetics. As such, ‘rasaleela’ refers to the aesthetic depiction of Krishnaleela. The painting that you see on this page is of the image that first occurs to the mind when a devotee hears the word rasaleela
In Hinduism, Religion Rasaleela is an interesting phenomenon. It refers to the ihalokiya (earthly) c
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Are you seeking divine blessings for your home or closeness to God? Well, you're at the right place. Kailash Raj takes you on an unforgettable journey of art with his amazing calligraphy where he imprints a lovely pattern on the canvas and even on your soul. Contrasted with a bright beige background, this painting portrays a beautifully carved hand that is emblazoned with Arabic dialects and
Are you seeking divine blessings for your home or closeness to God? Well, you're at the right p
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Ganesha's timeless appeal has been captured to perfection in this watercolor by artist Tulsi Das Vimbark. From the chubby limbs in their usual stance to the characteristic pot-belly of the indulgent laddoo-lover, this painting inspires a world of affection in the heart of the devotee. Note the soft glow of the skin, the effulgence of the elephant countenance. The golden halo that graces the h
Ganesha's timeless appeal has been captured to perfection in this watercolor by artist Tulsi Da
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This painting, "The Heroine in Her Wind Palace - Watercolor Painting" a masterpiece in Indian miniature art form, representing a royal lady, obviously a princess, seen across the gavaksha, or the oriel balcony of her wind-palace, presents a unique synthesis of various painting styles of medieval, as well as contemporary India. The features of the figure, a slightly angular face, sharp no
This painting, "The Heroine in Her Wind Palace - Watercolor Painting" a masterpiece in Ind
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This large size miniature, a contemporary work of art rendered in late Mughal art style of around 1740-50 AD, assimilating into it some Persian art elements too, especially in portraying the topography of the land and in the choice of palette, illustrates the legend of Laila and Majnun, a world-wide known, painted and sung tale of mad love with tragic end. Laila's Watercolor Painting:
This large size miniature, a contemporary work of art rendered in late Mughal art style of around 17
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In our Shastras, it has been mentioned that there are twelve forms of the Sun known as Adityas and they represent the twelve months in the calendar and twelve aspects of the Golden Deity Sun. As they are 12 in counting, they are referred to as Dvadashadityas. Adityas are basically the monthly Suns which is an ancient word for earth-moon barycentre for a lunar month. In the Rigveda, the Adityas
In our Shastras, it has been mentioned that there are twelve forms of the Sun known as Adityas and t
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Lord Jagannath is an abstract, fluid deity. He is widely considered to be a representation of Lord Krishna Himself, while in some subcultures (Shaiva and Shakta traditions) He is a tantric roopa (form) of Lord Bhairava. He is part of a triad that comprises Balarama and Subhadra, who are His siblings. As could be seen in the painting on this page, the iconography is exceedingly basic - Jagannat
Lord Jagannath is an abstract, fluid deity. He is widely considered to be a representation of Lord K
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Divinity reaches the next level with Kailash Raj's new painting wonder. He again works his magic with an amazing calligraphy that captures the Islamic tradition in a nutshell. Having a vast history and mainly developing from the carvings of the Quran and ancient traditions, calligraphy holds a great position in the Islamic culture. In this painting, Kailash Raj has encapsulated the valuable p
Divinity reaches the next level with Kailash Raj's new painting wonder. He again works his magi
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Upon a throne of bejeweled gold, upholstered in blue and purple velvet, sits the gorgeous Devi Lakshmi Watercolor Painting. Her legs are in lalitasana, the signature stance in Indian iconography; and lotuses in Her posterior hands, symbols of wealth and plenty in Her anterior ones. The richly colored silks and ample jewels that clothe Her convey the divine glamour of the wife of Lord Vishnu. The p
Upon a throne of bejeweled gold, upholstered in blue and purple velvet, sits the gorgeous Devi Laksh
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On a throne of cut-glass lotus petals kneels Lord Hanuman. The right knee grazes the surface of the throne, the left foot set against the same. Against the knee jutting out laterally rests His goad, the weapon that is indispensable to the cebine iconography of Lord Hanuman. Like the jewels on the body of the warrior deity, His weapon is engraved and studded with pearls and rubies. A red and blue d
On a throne of cut-glass lotus petals kneels Lord Hanuman. The right knee grazes the surface of the
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Calligraphy is the art of forming lovely symbol with the swift movements of our hands. In this painting, Kailash Raj breaks the religious barriers to create a sophisticated yet astoundingly beautiful Arabic calligraphy. The splendid chirography is gorgeously etched with charcoal black paint over the thick paper canvas. Vibrant mihrab arches over the sheet, being blessed with amazing colors that tw
Calligraphy is the art of forming lovely symbol with the swift movements of our hands. In this paint
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Kailash Raj works his magic again as he pictures a vibrant and prominent drawing that is marvelously filled with watercolors worth leaving a deep mark on your soul. The illustrated princess is appareled in a baggy silk gharara pant that is colored in thick vertical stripes of bright sandstone orange and moss green color with a printed banarsi design on its lower end, coupled with the same colored
Kailash Raj works his magic again as he pictures a vibrant and prominent drawing that is marvelously
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This ovally framed portrait is of the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, the builder of the Tajmahal. He is the only one of the Great Mughals to have lived to the greatest of grandeur and the worst of grief and achieved the highest of glory and the lowest of gloom. This depiction closely represents his likeness, as has been recorded in his contemporary portraits. The National Museum, New Delhi, has in its
This ovally framed portrait is of the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, the builder of the Tajmahal. He is t
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Rendered in Marwar idiom of Rajasthani art style, pursuing the theme, style and everything of an early nineteenth century miniature from Jodhpur, in its exactness except the painting’s size and the background colour of the circle in the centre containing the figures of Radha and Krishna, the painting portrays a grieving Radha for Krishna’s failure to reach there despite the promise he had made
Rendered in Marwar idiom of Rajasthani art style, pursuing the theme, style and everything of an ear
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