Dhanavantari: The God of Ayurveda

The birth of Dhanavantari or the God of Ayurveda is mentioned in one of the mythological episodes wherein after losing the universe to the king of asuras Bali, Lord Indra and other deities approach Lord Vishnu for help. He suggests that they diplomatically take the help of the asuras and churn the Ocean of Milk for "Amrutam" or the "nectar of immortality". This episode is called "Samudra manthan" and Lord Dhanavantari comes emerges in the end, holding a pot full of "Amrutam". The tale of his creation is depicted in this elaborate painting that shows him rising from the milky ocean. The broad significance of the painting's theme makes it a welcome addition to any accent wall.

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 36 x 54 inches   [Customizable]
Culture Kerala,India
Medium Canvas and paper
Weight0.5 kg
PriceRs. 55,000
Product Codeacsckmdnsp-12

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