Pattachitra Ardhanarishwar Painting


  • 13 X 19 inches


  • Colours on the actual product may vary slightly

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Intricate detailing highlighting the best of Hindu mythology on canvas! This Pattachitra on display showcases the darbar or royal court of the Ardhanarishwara, or half man half woman figure representing the coming together of Shiva and Parvati, in a monochrome background. The concept of the Ardhanarishwara underlines the synthesis between masculinity and femininity. Below the deity we see a lion and a cow in a seated position. They are the sacred mounts of Parvati and Shiva respectively

This unique Pattachitra hand painted by the National Award-winning artist Niranjan Moharana and is a fine example of his fine craftsmanship.!

Literally meaning Cloth Painting, Pattachitra is an art form from Puri in Odisha in which images of deities are painted on a piece of cloth.

Quantity: 1 painting without frame. Frame shown in the image is only for representational purposes. For framed piece kindly select with frame.

Care instructions: Keep away from direct sunlight, moisture, water and other liquids. For best results, keep in frame with glass.

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