Mahakali | Bengal Patachitra Painting | A5 Frame
This framed A5 size Bengal Patachitra painting of Mahakali - the Goddess Kali symbolizes the supremacy of Nature over all forms of life.
According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Kali is the first of the 10 incarnations of Goddess Durga, who killed demons Shambhu and Nishambhu but stepped on her husband Lord Shiva as she lost control on the battlefield. When Kali was about to destroy the entire universe Shiva devised a plan to save the world. He lay down in the path of the rampaging Kali. Accidentally, Kali stepped on Shiva and soon She realised Her mistake. It is then Her tongue immediately came out of embarrassment and She calmed down. She came back to Her original form and the destruction was stopped.
The detailing in Her figure brings in character and strength to the painting. The colors and intricate work classify the painting as a splendid effort by the artist. The jewelleries and ornamentation on the body and garments of the figures are created by fine white lines. This painting will add beauty and brightness to your ethnic corner at your home- in the living room.
- Size: 5.8 Inch x 8.3 Inch
- Price is for framed painting. It comes with an attached sturdy back easel stand, and can be displayed on any table top or shelf.
- Handpainted in Bengal Pattachitra (Patua) style on paper with cloth backing.
- Painted with Natural colours made by the artist.
- Artist: Suman Chitrakar
Artist- The painting is done by Suman Chitrakar, the Patua Artist from West Bengal.