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The Divine Glamour Of Devi Lakshmi
Upon a throne of bejewelled gold, upholstered in blue and purple velvet, sits the gorgeous Devi Lakshmi. Her legs are in lalitasana, the signature stance in Indian iconography; and lotuses in Her posterior hands, symbols of wealth and plenty in Her anterior ones. The richly coloured silks and ample jewels that clothe Her convey the divine glamour of the wife of Lord Vishnu.The painting that you see on this page is a skilfully executed watercolour, what with the level of detail and the metallic handiwork that has gone into the work. However, vibrant jewel tones and copious proportions of pure embossed gold make it fit to hold a candle to the finest oil paintings. Note the shimmering crimson of the Devi’s saree, the emerald green of Her blouse as well as the rug beneath Her footstool, and the sheer infusion of gold in Her roofed-up throne, the adornments on Her person, and the plenitude pot in Her anterior left hand.That which shines brighter than gold is the Devi’s fair complexion. From the skin of Her superbly youthful face to the tautness of Her inner arms, She looks every bit the queen of Lord Vishnu’s heart that She is. An unassuming background of dark ochre gradient brings out the colours and the gold in the foreground. More of embossed gold is to be found along the edges of the painting which resemble continuous vines of soft, fruit-laden gold.
The Divine Glamour Of Devi Lakshmi
Upon a throne of bejewelled gold, upholstered in blue and purple velvet, sits the gorgeous Devi Lakshmi. Her legs are in lalitasana, the signature stance in Indian iconography; and lotuses in Her posterior hands, symbols of wealth and plenty in Her anterior ones. The richly coloured silks and ample jewels that clothe Her convey the divine glamour of the wife of Lord Vishnu.The painting that you see on this page is a skilfully executed watercolour, what with the level of detail and the metallic handiwork that has gone into the work. However, vibrant jewel tones and copious proportions of pure embossed gold make it fit to hold a candle to the finest oil paintings. Note the shimmering crimson of the Devi’s saree, the emerald green of Her blouse as well as the rug beneath Her footstool, and the sheer infusion of gold in Her roofed-up throne, the adornments on Her person, and the plenitude pot in Her anterior left hand.That which shines brighter than gold is the Devi’s fair complexion. From the skin of Her superbly youthful face to the tautness of Her inner arms, She looks every bit the queen of Lord Vishnu’s heart that She is. An unassuming background of dark ochre gradient brings out the colours and the gold in the foreground. More of embossed gold is to be found along the edges of the painting which resemble continuous vines of soft, fruit-laden gold.
Big Shiva's Trident
Lustrous and long Trishula with a pointed sharp tip at the bottom holds a great significance. Every implement of the divine has its own importance and so the trident also holds its significance. The upper three sharp and pointed faces of the trident resemble waking, dreaming and sleeping or the three aspects of consciousness. The trident is spiritual, transcendental and divine as it is the weapon of the head of all the demigods. The trishula also represents the three gunas: satva, raja, and tama. It is the upholder of all three states and shul means the destruction of all the sufferings. It eradicates all the three problems in one’s spiritual life which are Aadibhautik (physical), Aadhyatmik (spiritual) and Aadidaivik (ethereal). Hence, it’s a blissful implement which relieves you from all the negativity and sufferings. Apart from it’s spiritual significance, this golden, astonishing and brilliantly carved illustration is just eye catching, which will look good in the hands of Lord Shiva.
Big Shiva's Trident
Lustrous and long Trishula with a pointed sharp tip at the bottom holds a great significance. Every implement of the divine has its own importance and so the trident also holds its significance. The upper three sharp and pointed faces of the trident resemble waking, dreaming and sleeping or the three aspects of consciousness. The trident is spiritual, transcendental and divine as it is the weapon of the head of all the demigods. The trishula also represents the three gunas: satva, raja, and tama. It is the upholder of all three states and shul means the destruction of all the sufferings. It eradicates all the three problems in one’s spiritual life which are Aadibhautik (physical), Aadhyatmik (spiritual) and Aadidaivik (ethereal). Hence, it’s a blissful implement which relieves you from all the negativity and sufferings. Apart from it’s spiritual significance, this golden, astonishing and brilliantly carved illustration is just eye catching, which will look good in the hands of Lord Shiva.

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