Mushakvahana Ganpati - Batik Painting
The Lord is seated in his vahana, the big mouse in a composed manner.
A sense of accomplishment and satisfaction is manifest in the painting. Batik literally means 'wax writing'. Indians knew the technique of Batik some 2000 years back. A batik artist needs to have a good sense of colors and patterns. Though the motifs used in batik are simple, knowledge of color gradations and tack to remove wax finely are required. Applying the wax resist and systematic cracking are the key to a beautiful art piece. The characteristic batik effect is created by cracking of wax on the lighter hues and seeping in of the darker colors through them.
The Lord is also known as Agra Ganya (One who is reckoned with first) among gods because He is the remover of obstacles. He is also known as the Lord of Wisdom
- Product Code: 94288
- Material: Cotton Cloth
- Size: 27"h x 18"w
- Available Unframed