The love story of Krishna and Radha is an oft-told tale in Hindu mythology. It represents divine regality, an ocean of unlimited bliss.
This Pattachitra painting is created with a mix of chalk and gum over a dried palm leaf, (known as a Patta) and artistically depicts the divine bonding of Radha and Krishna in Gokul.
This exquisite 34” x 64” painting, created on Tussar Silk adds a touch of vibrancy and mythology to your home and can be proudly displayed in your living room, den or study.
Lord Buddha is considered as an apt representation of the beauty in generosity, the importance of simplicity and equality, and most importantly, the serene bliss in renunciation. Buddha taught the world several forms of meditation (Sanskrit: Anvikasa), each designed to help his followers overcome a particular problem or achieve a more evolved, higher psychological and mental state.
This exquisite sandstone sculpture captures Buddha in his most famous and revered pose: one of deep meditation. Sculpted with pure elegance, the larger Buddha is depicted with his eyes closed, lost in thought, while the soft carving perfectly captures the bliss and serenity of a great mind at one with the universe. The surrounding mini Buddha figurines pay tribute to the other forms of meditation and other poses of Buddha during his discourses, allowing the true art connoisseur to welcome all the teachings of the Buddha in one, magnificent master-piece. Hardy and durable, this beautiful sandstone sculpture makes a perfect addition to your living room or entry way decor.
Suggested Placement: In its magnificence, this sculpture can be entrenched in the courtyard or at the entrance.
Note: In all its grandeur, this can be custom made. That is, hand crafted exclusively for you, in a size of your choice to suit your needs.
A representation of tribal lifestyle, culture, rituals and daily chores in the state of Odisha. Unlike their urban counter parts, the tribal continue to live in seclusion and in the serenity of the Mother Nature (Avagraha in Sanskrit).
Religion forms an integral part of the lives of the tribal people in Orissa. Some of the widely practiced religions are animalism, animism, nature-worship, anthropomorphism, ancestral worship and shamanism. The tribal communities engage in the celebration of various festivals like birth ceremony, marriage, harvesting, sowing, tribal songs and dancing.
Pattachitra painters, who make paintings over a piece of cloth known as Patta or a dried palm leaf, specialize in this unique art-form since generations. Raghurajpur a heritage crafts village in Puri district, Odisha is famous for this ancient craft-works which at least date back to 5 BC. A mixture of chalk and gum is used in unique proportion to create this beautiful piece.
Rs. 255,000The Hampi Chariot is in itself a recreation of another Indian masterpiece- the chariot at the Konark temple in Odisha. King Krishnadevaraya commissioned this project as a way to display the precision and grandeur of his Vijayanagara empire. Today, Hampi's many monuments make it a world heritage site, and the chariot is its standout feature. Customize this to a size you need and place it in your masterplan to bring in the erstwhile glory of our land.
The sculpture in all its grandeur depicts Krishna’s life at Gokul, where as a child he was equally charming and mischievous. Many names of Krishna are derived from his virtues and deeds. As a cowherd Krishna’s enchanting flute play had a magical spell on every living being. Hence the epithet “Muralimanohara”.Gokul is where the eternal romance of Krishna and Radha unfolded. Radha Krishna are collectively known within Hinduism as the combination of both the feminine as well as the masculine aspects of God. Krishna is often referred as svayam bhagavan (the god himself) and Radha is Krishna's supreme beloved.
Suggested Placement: This sculpture in all its glory can be entrenched in the Puja room or in the corner of your living room.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
Artist : Rabi Sahoo
A throwback to the classical era, the profession of the lamp bearer was treated with respect and symbolized the luxurious lifestyles of the citizens of that era.
Created by master craftsman Rabi Sahoo, this exquisite Sandstone Sculpture brings alive the magnificence and opulence of a bygone era. The adroitly carved figure of a royal maiden carrying the lamps is skillfully handcrafted in a sensual pose, highlighting the beauty of the woman and her opulent attire and jewelry.
Created in a traditional process, handed down over generations, this sandstone sculpture is a perfect addition to your home decor. The durable statue makes a lovely addition to an outer courtyard or the living room of your house.
The purity of a physical and emotional bonding between a man and a woman has always enticed the imagination of writers. An aura of mystic proportion adds to curiosity. This sculpture imbibes that mystic attraction. For the un-initiated, this tells the story of Arjuna, the Pandav prince with his consort Chitrangada. Arjuna, it is believed had travelled far and wide to Manipur during his personal exile and this was where he fell in love with Chitrangada, the daughter of the King of Manipur and married her. But Chitrangada never accompanied Arjuna to Hastinapur respecting the conditions that were set by her father with Arjuna.