Lord Shiva’s Divine Family: Madhubani painting by Priti Karn


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Size : Large
Dimensions : H: 4(ft) by W: 3.1(ft) | H: 48(in) by W: 38(in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas

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Priti Karn portrays a breathtaking portrayal of the divine union between Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. At the centre of this mesmerising artwork stands Lord Shiva, his form adorned with a tiger skin, symbolising his mastery over the wild and primal forces of nature. His attire, in the deepest black, represents the timeless essence of the cosmic void. In his divine embrace, he cradles Lord Karttikeya, their son, a symbol of virtue and valor. Beside Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati stands resplendent in pink, her saree in a rich shade of red, symbolising her vibrant and nurturing presence. In her loving arms, she holds Lord Ganesha, their beloved son, who symbolises wisdom and is the remover of obstacles. Under Lord Shiva's divine presence, a sacred cow finds solace, embodying abundance and nourishment. By his side, a magnificent peacock, a beloved vehicle of Lord Karttikeya, stands as a symbol of grace and beauty. Under Lord Parvati's feet, a majestic lion reposes, signifying her fierce and protective nature. Beside Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha's loyal rat companion scampers with devotion. The artwork invites viewers to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Hindu mythology, where devotion and family intertwine with cosmic significance.


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Dive into the enchanting realm of creativity with Priti Karn, a spirited Madhubani artist hailing from Bihar, India. With three decades of artistic mastery, Priti has adorned canvases with vibrant tales. Beyond Madhubani, she's ventured into Godhana Art, Paper Mache, and crafting natural pigments, spreading her creative fervor across India through captivating workshops. A torchbearer of her lineage, Priti imbibed the art from her Padmashri awardee grandmother, Godawari Dutta. Her artistry, celebrated with a state award, has graced galleries nationwide, a testament to her evocative strokes. Join Priti Karn on a journey where tradition meets innovation, and vibrant stories spring to life on her canvas—a true invitation to a world where imagination knows no bounds.



Madhubani


Madhubani art (the term ‘Madhubani’ translates to ‘forest of honey’) originating from the Mithila region of Bihar, India is a traditional art form celebrated for its beautiful patterns, vibrant colors, and rich cultural significance. Traditionally, these paintings were executed by women on the walls and floors of homes during festivals, weddings, and religious ceremonies. The paintings depict subjects based on Hindu mythology, nature, folklore, and everyday life. Overall, Madhubani art is the creative representation of all the motifs, colors, and forms found in the vicinity and incorporates a blend of history, tradition, and mythology. Legend There are various legends associated with Madhubani art. However, one of the popular beliefs states that King Janak (Father of Sita mentioned in Ramayana) commissioned craftsmen to decorate the state to celebrate her daughter’s wedding with lord Rama. Hence, establishing the tradition of Madhubani art in the region. Tradition and Technique Madhubani artists use natural pigments derived from plants, flowers, and minerals to create the art. Traditionally they hand-painted the designs using bamboo sticks or twigs; however, brushes are generally in use these days. The common motifs used in the composition include geometric shapes, floral designs, peacocks, fish, elephants, and scenes from Hindu epics. Each motif carries its own symbolism, often representing fertility, prosperity, love, and harmony. In the 1960s, a severe drought prompted the Indian government to support local artisans which gained international recognition for Madhubani art. Since then, Madhubani art has evolved from wall and floor paintings to various mediums, including canvases, textiles, pottery, and even contemporary art installations. Manju Devi, Ganga Devi, Jagdamba Devi, and Bharti Dayal are some of the notable Madhubani artists. 



Product Details

Title
Lord Shiva’s Divine Family: Madhubani painting by Priti Karn
Artist
Priti Karn
Art Style
Madhubani
Medium
Natural Colors
Size
Large
Dimension
48 in(H) X 38 in(W)
Themes
Shiva, Folk Art, Parvati, Hindu, Mythology
Color
Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Bihar, India

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