Devi Sarasvati presides over learning and the Arts

The Devi Sarasvati presides over learning and the arts, the prerequisites to the creative process, which in turn is presided over by Her husband, Lord Brahma. It is not only in Her gathered composure, but also in the elements that make up this watercolour. The soft petals of the blooming lotus that is Her throne, the susurrous waters that emerge from the gently melting glacier … Continue reading Devi Sarasvati presides over learning and the Arts

Factors to Consider While Buying a Buddha Statue

Today, Buddha statues are seen everywhere. Some buy them for the soothing smile of Buddha, while a few feel inclined towards the Buddhist beliefs and yet some choose the statue to add elegance and class to their living space. The calm and smiling face of Buddha has become a common sight in homes, restaurants and in commercial spaces. While most people believe that the statue … Continue reading Factors to Consider While Buying a Buddha Statue

Worship Of Devi Kali Hindu Water Color Painting

This is an amazing painting. It involves the hallowed trinity of maker (Brahma), preserver (Vishnu), and destroyer (Shiva), and the Devi Kali Herself. Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva are paying their reverence as one to the preeminent Devi, while She situated on a blazing fire in the entirety of Her fierceness and celestial magnificence, as the three incomparable masters of the composite universe contact Her in Their commitment. The … Continue reading Worship Of Devi Kali Hindu Water Color Painting

Dancing Chaturbhuja Ganesha Motif

This statement pendant is a fine example of Nepalese handiwork. Art and spirituality are integral aspects of Nepal’s way of life, and this bit of adornment has been handpicked because it pays adherence to both. This pendant depicts a flared dhoti-clad Ganesha who is dancing blissfully on a lotus pedestal, the rat (His vahana) at His feet. Despite the miniscule proportions of this ornament and … Continue reading Dancing Chaturbhuja Ganesha Motif

Reed-Yellow Sanskrit Sari from Jharkhand

The eastern territory of Bihar is the home of tussar, an endemic silk that is without a moment’s delay conspicuous by its hearty sheen and velvety ivory shading. Having been developed by different inborn gatherings of the area since before the pioneer period, the craft of working with this texture is presently a flourishing bungalow industry in rustic India. It is from the best tussar … Continue reading Reed-Yellow Sanskrit Sari from Jharkhand

Ever Elegant Paithani Sarees – Buy Yours Online

A Paithani is a gold and silk saree. The different types of silk used are as follows: Charkha: This is commonly used. It is cheap, dull and uneven. Ciddle-Gatta: Fine quality silk, thin shear, shiny, smooth and even. China silk Earlier, cotton was used in the production of paithani sarees, but has now been discontinued, and only silk and gold linings are used. If you are … Continue reading Ever Elegant Paithani Sarees – Buy Yours Online

Tips to Buy Authentic Indian Handicrafts

India is country rich in culture, heritage and art. Over hundreds of years, the artisans who developed beautiful handmade craft for the kings and queens passed on their gift to the next generation. Since then, Indian handicraft industry has reached an all new level, not just in India but also abroad. Many people want this authentic art to grace the beauty of their home. However, … Continue reading Tips to Buy Authentic Indian Handicrafts