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Shehzaad Ali Sherani
Size : Medium
Dimensions : H- 2.4 W- 1.9 ft I H- 28.5 W- 22.5 inches
Medium : Acrylic Colors on Handmade Paper

About the Artwork +

Sehzaad Ali handpaints Raagini Bhairavi in this miniature Pichwai painting. Bhairavi is the spouse of the Bhairava (ie. the lord of music Shiva), giving her name to a raga variation and personifying her in music as the “ragini”. The artist illustrates her worshiping the “Shivalingam”, which is the emblem of Shiva. Parvati is accompanied by Nandi, Shiva’s abode and greatest devotee. Seeing Nandi’s unwavering devotion and love, Mahadev gave him a boon that whoever says their prayers to Nandi would be able to communicate to Mahadev directly.

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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.

Art Form


In most of the Rajasthani states painting had come to a close by the end of the 18th century CE, but a sudden spark of genius lit up a new school of painting in the small state of Kishangarh. The Kishangarh paintings were hall-mark of beautiful type of Radha and Krishna figures. The artist Nihal Chand is credited with the creation of this distinctive type, with Bani Thani as Radha and Sawant Singh as Krishna.