Indian Bollywood Paintings(46 items)
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Colorful Indian Madhubani Painting of Tree of Life, "One with Nature IV"$169.99
India's Bharti Dayal celebrates nature's perfect harmony with the ancient art of Madhubani painting. Dayal mixes vegetable dyes with acrylics to create a radiant tree of life on handmade paper. Showy birds perch upon the branches, while fish swim among the tree's roots. Peacocks nest under the leafy branches while two more pose on the top corners of this colorful painting. Traditionally painted by women from Mithila on the walls and floor of their homes, Madhubani paintings usually depict ancient mythological themes.
Bharti Dayal signs her name on the back.
Bollywood Style Oil Painting of Beautiful Indian Woman, "Rajasthani Beauty IV"$154.99
With her serene gaze and queenly poise, a Rajasthani beauty commands attention in this original oil painting from Dinesh Kumawat in India. The woman is costumed in a traditional sari in deep rose pink and adorned lavishly with jewelry. The artist's attention to detail results in a beautifully realistic portrait.
Yantra painting, "Baglamukhi"$87.99
Baglamukhi is one of the ten wisdom goddesses of Hinduism. "She is worshipped for subduing enemies and cruel acts or One should perform her mantra with this and a turmeric rosary during the day when requesting attraction and appeasement, and if it is for subduing enemies, it should be performed by night," says Dr. Sneh Gangal as she paints this yantra with natural stone colors on ivory paper. The painting is mounted on lined card paper. by Dr. Sudhakar Malvaya. A yantra, according to Indian metaphysics, is a geometric representation of energy. According to Hindu Tantras, a mantra is regarded as the ray of consciousness that a yantra represents figuratively. Indian truth-seekers believe that everything in this world represents the abstract energies of a deity, hence every visual phenomenon is a form of yantra. Each yantra has a distinctive pattern that cannot be changed, but which Dr. Gangal embellishes in her own creative way.