Ganesha palm leaf painting in bamboo frame 6.5×4.5 inch

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    Description: Ganesha palm leaf painting in bamboo frame 6.5×4.5 inch. The charming illustration, vibrant colors, is likely to catch the eye. The divine picture is beyond description.

    Material: palm leaf, bamboo stick frame
    Dimension(HW): 6.4×4.5 inch
    Weight: 0.08 kg

    Palm leaf painting is widely known as “Talapatra Pattachitra” in Odisha. The painting involves mythological events of Hindu God and Goddess, figures with details of hairstyle, dress, animals, flowers, trees, etc depicted in it.

    Making it ready to receive the paint, the process involves unripe palm leaves from trees cut and dried, soaked, and again dried until getting they leave to harden. After then,  stretch and inscribe on the leaf strip. then lamp black is rubbed all over the leaf. The sourcing and application of colors and materials are purely natural. Five colors white, red, yellow, green, black, known as Pancha Tatwa been used to color the Picture. The white color gets by soaking, drying, and churning seashell, The red extract from a stone named  Hingula, a local stone Haritlal used for yellow, Green used from leaves and green stones, and black is obtained from lamp soot, or either from burning coconut shell. 120 more colors are used by mixing of the Pancha Tatwa color. The hair of, mouse, buffalo, and Keya roots are used to make the brush for the painting. And tied to a bamboo stick for the brush handle

    Lord Ganesha has always seen showering bestow on his devotees, with wisdom and prosperity. His body symbolizes different spiritual meanings. The posture with one foot on the ground and another folded up conveys to us, that even if living in a materialistic world we must be attached to spirituality. The big head is a symbol of intellect. His big ears symbolize a wise person who hears everything. His trunk above the mouth teaches us to work more and talk less.  prayer beads symbolize concentration on life and knowledge should continuously hunt for, the axe represents cut off all obstruction of the devotee. The belly of  Lord Ganesha represents the whole cosmos, which he holding back with a snake around the waist.

    The mouse is a greedy animal that keeps searching and nibbling whatever he finds, a representation of human desire and pride that get out of control, and destroys the goodness of the human. So by controlling the mouse Lord Ganesha depicts that our desires, emotion, pride need to be in our control.

    Care: Use a soft cloth for dusting the surface.

    Additional information

    Weight0.08 kg
    Height: 6.5in    Width: 4.5in    Length: 0.5in



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    Simply dust this item with a small cotton hand broom periodically to keep any dirt from accumulating. Keep this away from heavy water.