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Artist: Gallery Product

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₹7,500.00 ₹6,500.00
Artist Gallery Product
Size 5 Inch X 6.5 Inch
Medium Natural Colour on Paper

About Artwork

Sankhadhwani is a traditional form of miniature painting in India that is characterized by its use of organic colors and its depiction of scenes from Hindu mythology and daily life. The painting typically depicts a lady in traditional Indian attire holding a sankh, a conch shell used in Hindu rituals and ceremonies, and making a sound by blowing into it.

The use of organic colors such as henna, turmeric, and indigo give the painting a unique richness and depth, as well as a distinctive fragrance. The intricate details in the painting, from the intricate patterns on the lady's dress to the delicate curves of the sankh, are a testament to the skill of the artist.

The depiction of a lady holding a sankh and making a sound is symbolic of the importance of sound in Hindu culture. The sound of the sankh is believed to invoke the presence of the gods and to bring good luck and prosperity.

The Sankhadhwani miniature painting is a beautiful example of India's rich artistic heritage, and it serves as a reminder of the country's spiritual and cultural roots. This form of painting is a true masterpiece that combines traditional techniques, vibrant colors, and intricate details to create a timeless work of art.