Krishna Kaliyadalan and dasavataar palm leaf scroll 14×13 inch

SKU: 00350

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This scroll presents Shri Krishna, the playful incarnation of lord Vishnu exhibit his heroic act of defeating the huge poisonous serpent Kalia. He is portrayed dancing in joy over the head of the seven headed serpent holding his flute. On the edge of the picture the all ten incarnations of lord Vishnu is depicted in an attractive manner. Lord Vishnu in order to establish righteousness and defeat the evil he took the following forms Matsya (the fish), Koorma (the tortoise), Varaha (the boar), Narsimha (half human-half lion), Vamana (the dwarf priest), Parshuram (warrior sage), Rama (marjyada purushottam), Shri Krishna (the playful cowboy), Ayyapan (Buddha) and Kalki (the detructor).

These ten forms are inscribed in a systematic manner on the palm leaf and will create an amazing impression on your wall. Grab this exquisite piece of art as soon as possible.

Additional information

Weight0.15 kg
Height: 14in    Width: 13in    Length: in


Bind the art in a frame and hang on your office or home wall.


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