Lord Ganesha is one of those gods who is loved and pampered by all and a favourite of children. He is also considered a deity who is full of knowledge and wisdom. This Kerala mural shows him playing the Mrudanga with a pleasant and blissful smile on his face, spreading the warmth of music and the beauty of melody, hence the name Manomay or the enchanting one.
Back in the initial days of Kerala mural painting, minerals, vegetables, coal, etc. were used as pigments. They were mixed together using coconut water or gum. This painting keeps the age-old tradition alive and makes for a lively addition to a large living room.
Note: In all its detail this can be custom made and hand crafted exclusively in a size of your choice to suit your exclusive needs.
|Dimension||18 x 30 inches [Customizable]|
|Medium||Canvas and paper|
Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati enjoy a very high and prominent place among Hindu deities. While they represent various aspects of life including wealth, prosperity, courage, food and even destruction, they also represent a family and its bonding. The same is shown in this Kerala mural wherein Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are seated along with their elder son Ganesh and his Vaahan, younger son Karthikeya, Nandi and other celestial beings. The Himalayas, their abode, are visible in the background along with some animals reinforcing the idea of nature and life as a supreme and celestial bonding. Make this painting a part of your puja room for an added touch of peace.
Lord Krishna has always been shown to be a god full of life and cheer. His tales of mischief and his "Leela" have echoed through generations and even Yugas. The same is depicted in this Kerala Mural where Lord Krishna performs an eternal dance, creating a spellbinding effect on beholders. The bliss on his face and pleasantness radiating through his body create a calm yet bright environment. Dating back to the 9th century, the Kerala Mural Painting art-forms were initially drawn on temple walls depicting mythological legends. Today, this enchanting mural is yours to experience and can be placed in a bedroom or a guest room.
Tales and legends say that on one certain spring evening, Lord Krishna started playing his flute on the banks of the Yamuna. Enchanted and bound by the spell of his music, all the gopis (women of Vrindavan) sneaked out of their houses to gather around him and dance all night long. This epic incident is called the Raasa Leela or the "dance of love". It depicts the eternal love between mortal beings and the immortal god. This most talked-about incident in Lord Krishna's life is depicted in this mural through vivid colours, musical instruments and the gopis in bliss. Bring the Leela into your life by placing this painting in the living room or a bedroom.