Lakshmi, Kalamkari Painting by Siva Reddy

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K Siva Prasad Reddy Siva Reddy
Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 2.7ft by W: 1.6ft | H: 32inches by W: 19inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Cloth

About the Artwork +

Siva prasad Reddy paints the goddess of wealth and fortune, power and beauty in this brilliant hand painted Kalamkari painting. The artist paints her sitting on her infamous lotus throne with lotus flowers in two of her hands, she is also known as Padma and Kamala because of the flower. The lotus acts as a symbol of rising above the material world through divinity, the same way that the lotus blooms untouched and above the mud. Lakshmi is considered as a remedy to alleviate suffering and worshiping her is believed to bring good luck, fortune and prosperity.


  • Size:  19 x 32 inches 
  • This painting is made to order (in 2 weeks)
  • Price is for unframed painting and painting would be sent without a frame

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All artworks on the website are hand painted from scratch by our master artists. That makes every artwork absolutely unique and the actual colour and overall artwork may vary slightly from the artwork image posted here.


Siva Reddy

Siva Reddy

K Siva Prasad Reddy, a master craftsman and an award-winning artist, is noted for his exquisite method of hand-painting onto fabrics. He founded a Kalakshetram for Kalamkari works, to impart the knowledge and legacy of Kalamkari art to the younger generations. His creations were showcased around the country through Hastha Kala fairs as well as artisan bazaars. Siva Prasad Reddy has received numerous awards for his contribution towards the field of traditional Indian arts and crafts: He received State Awards for his paintings 'Life of Buddha' (in 1995) and ‘Hanuman's Ramayan’ (in 2000). UNESCO-CCI awarded him the Seal of Excellence for his artwork ‘Tree of Life’ (in 2004). His name was added to the Limca Book of Records for his record breaking work which featured 1926 characters from the Mahabharata and Ramayana(in 2007). Siva Prasad Reddy was given the National award by President Pranab Mukherjee for his work 'Life of Buddha' (in 2012) and was presented with the Shilp Guru award for his artwork 'Weaver's Village’ (in 2015). He also won the Kala Ratna award from Shri Nara Chandra Babu Naidu (in 2017), and earned the YSR Lifetime Achievement award from Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Shri Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy (in 2021).

Art Form


Kalamkari refers to the ancient style of hand painting done with a tamarind pen, using natural dyes. The name Kalamkari originates from Persian words qalam (pen) and kari (craftsmanship). Paintings made on fabric and fabric scrolls are mentioned in ancient Hindu, Buddhist and Jain literature. Under medieval Islamic rule, the term Kalamkari was derived from the words "kalam", which means "pen" in Telugu, and "kari", which means craftmanship. This became popular under the patronage of the Golconda sultanate. Motifs drawn in this ancient art of Kalamkari, include flowers, peacock, paisleys and also divine characters from Ramayana and Mahabharata. Kalamkari colours are made mostly from vegetable dyes. The popularity of this exquisite form of painting has earned international repute for the state of Andhra Pradesh. Kalamkari art was the household occupation of several rural women and craftsmen in the ancient times and continues to be passed down from one generation to the next. Artforms like Kalamkari have started gaining more and more popularity in recent times because of their no-chemical process of creating printed textiles.