Ram, Sita, Lakshman | Bengal Patachitra Painting | A4 Frame
This framed A4 size Bengal Patachitra painting depicts how Lakshman served his elder brother, Ram and sister-in-law, Sita with much care and attention during the 14 years long exile (vanvas) of Ram.
Ram, the central figure of the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana, had gone to Panchavati (present day) Nashik for vanvas with his wife Sita and younger brother, Lakshmana. When Kaikeyi, their step mother, asks King Dasharatha to honour a vow he had made to her promising the fulfilment of one boon she wants from him, Dasharatha had to exile Ram for 14 years instead of crowning him the king of Ayodhya. Sita and Lakshman accompanied him to the forest.
Lakshman was devoted to attending to the needs of Ram & Sita. Even he conquered his sleep during Ram's exile, and stayed awake throughout those 14 years to ensure the safety of Ram and Sita.
The detailing in the figures 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: 8.3 Inch x 11.7 Inch
- Price is for framed painting.
- Handpainted in Bengal Pattachitra (Patua) style on paper with cloth backing.
- Painted with Natural colours made by the artist.
- Brass chain at the back to hang the framed painting on the wall and to make sure it stays on the wall for years to come
- Artist: Suman Chitrakar
Artist- The painting is done by Suman Chitrakar, the Patua Artist from West Bengal.