Author: exoticindiaart

Bejeweled luxuriously in gold ornaments all over the body; goddess Lakshmi is decorated with multiple necklaces around her laboriously carved slender neck and a super long jewel garland veiling her... Read More

Maa Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge and the consort of Brahma, the creator. She is the dawn goddess whose cosmic rays dispel the darkness of ignorance. This wooden Saraswati... Read More

Hoysala was the name of the ruling dynasty in present-day Karnataka between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries. Under the patronage of its architecture-loving rulers, a number of icons and temples... Read More

The bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokitesvara (Chenrezi to Tibetans) is portrayed here in his most powerful, royal form, with eleven faces, one thousand eyes, and one thousand arms. He is saluted... Read More

This brilliant brass statue of a four-armed female divinity with a round face, well-fed cheeks, subdued chin, eyes, three-fourth shut as when absorbed in meditation, well-aligned beautifully modeled nose and... Read More

A composite painting of Shaiva-Vaishnava significance. Lord Rama and His brother Laxmana traverse through the wilderness of Dandaka, dressed in rudimentary clothing, their trishoolas (tridents) in their hands. The devoted... Read More

The first impression gleaned from a cursory glance at the Nataraja is one of dynamic energy. In stark contrast to the Mahayogin image of Shiva wherein His divine energies are... Read More

A complex seated Ganesha composition. While the iconography is in keeping with the popular imagination, the style in which it has been executed makes this an unusual pick of a... Read More

This contemporary painting by a Delhi-based artist Anup Gomay, rendered in oil on canvas measuring 3ft by 4 feet, portrays a dancer performing all alone, fully enthused and as in... Read More

Patachitra art is originated from the beautiful art culture of Orissa and is painted on a piece of fine new white cloth which is clean, having no fringes and is... Read More