Seeta in Ashok Vaatika - Kalamkari Painting
In this spectacular Kalamkari painting, Seeta, the wife of Lord Ramchandra is nicely painted along with Ravan, Mandondari and others. Seeta Devi here is in a sad mood as the demon king Ravana is asking her to marry him. Ravana had a curse that he could not have physical relations with any lady forcefully. So after abducting Seeta, he kept her in the Ashok garden and lady security officers were deployed. His wife Mandondari was also by Seeta's side. Ultimately, with the help of the money sepoys, Lord Ramchandra stormed Lanka and after defeating Ravana, rescued Seeta. An ancient art work of painted and printed fabrics, Kalamkari literally means pen work. This art form is hand painted and block printed with the use of vegetable dyes. With a glorious history of more than 3000 years, this Indian art has evolved over time and and this legacy has been handed down from generation to generation.
General Features :
- Size: 42" x 32"
- Material: Cotton Cloth
- Colors: Vegetable and natural dyes
- Available Unframed
Warranty Status : No Warranty
Estimated Delivery Time : 5 Days
Merchant Type : Manufacturer