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Parnashavari the Forest Goddess

Parnashavari the Forest Goddess

Image: Bharata Leaves Rama in the Forest

Bharata Leaves Rama in the Forest (British Library: Mewar Ramayana ) From the Library site: Despite his brother's entreaties to .

Mewar Ramayana, Add. MS 15297(1) f. 34r, British Library, Indrajit, Ravana's son and a great magician, has made himself invisible and has pierced Rama and Laksmana with his magic weapons. Sahib Din suggests his invisibility by having him appear over the horizon (top left). ...

Rama and Lakshmana bound - Ramayana, Yuddha Kanda - BL Add MS 15297 - Trijata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Krishna

Cupid Disturbs Krishna's Penance, Page from a Gita Govinda Series, ca. 1650-1660. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Sheet

Cupid Disturbs Krishna's Penance, Page from a Gita Govinda Series, ca. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Sheet

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The Rainbow roses were created by Dutch flower company owner Peter Van De Werken, who produced them by developing a technique for injecting natural pigments into their stems while they are growing to create a striking multicolored petal effects.

The meeting of Rama and Parasurama, painted by Manohar (Mewar school, 1649).

moved Adventures of the Great Hero Rama by Bhavabhuti, translated by John Pickford

Image: Rama and Lakshmana Meet Sugriva

Rama and Lakshmana Meet Sugriva (British Library: Mewar Ramayana ) From the Library site: Rama and Laksmana have come upon the g.

Radha and Sakhi, but in this painting they are close to the gopis. Kama shoots at Radha. Gopi filling her syringe to spray water on Krishna. Krishna dances with the gopis. The Jumna river. Banana tree, used as a spatial divider in Mewari painting. Houses, terraces, courtyards, and inhabitants of Brindaban. Brindaban forest is washed by meandering Jumna river… Mewari Gita-Govinda composed in the mid-17th century, presently in the Saraswati Bhandar, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Radha and Sakhi, but in this painting they are close to the gopis. Kama shoots at Radha. Gopi filling her syringe to spray water on Krishna. Krishna dances with the gopis. The Jumna river. Banana tree, used as a spatial divider in Mewari painting. Houses, terraces, courtyards, and inhabitants of Brindaban. Brindaban forest is washed by meandering Jumna river… Mewari Gita-Govinda composed in the mid-17th century, presently in the Saraswati Bhandar, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Rama and Sita setting up their hut in Panchvati. Mewar Ramayana manuscript

Ramayana paintings from the British library pictures online

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