Shrinathji: Terracotta Art by Dinesh Molela


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Dimensions : H: 15(in) by W: 10(in)

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Renowned artist Dinesh Molela's exquisite terracotta piece, capturing Shrinathji, the divine embodiment of Lord Krishna as a playful seven-year-old child, is a harmonious blend of art and devotion. Rooted in Rajasthan's cultural tapestry, this art form mirrors the state's rustic and earthy essence. Molela's deft hands breathe life into the terracotta canvas, with earthy tones mirroring the rugged landscapes of Rajasthan. The warm terracotta hues invoke a sense of serenity, while the portrayal of Shrinathji as a balak, exuding childlike innocence and playfulness, invites devotees into a sacred realm where art and devotion intertwine harmoniously. It's a visual symphony where spirituality meets artistic finesse, invoking awe and reverence in every stroke and contour.


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    Terracotta


    Teracotta art has been practised in India for thousands of years, dating back to the Indus Valley civilization. Clay is used to make earthenware, figurines, and other ornamental items. Clay is dried and then fried at extremely high temperatures to allow it to take shape. The artform also has a spiritual importance, as it is claimed in Hinduism that this material uses the five components of the universe: air, water, fire, ether, and earth. States including as Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, and Rajasthan have a long and illustrious history with the art form.



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