Ravi Varma - ca.1896

Tilottama is an Apsara (celestial nymph) in Hindu mythology. "Tila" is the Sanskrit word for sesame seed or a bit and "uttama" means better or higher.

Yashoda Adorning Krishna--Raja Ravi Varma

Yasoda Adorning Krishna - Collection of oil paintings of Raja Ravi Varma the great artist of Kerala, India

Ganga Avataran or Descent of Ganga (c.1910) by Raja Ravi Varma via Wikipedia

Descent of Ganga - by Raja Ravi Varma - Showing Goddess Parvati leaning on Nandi, and the Sage Bhagiratha watching.

Goddess Saraswathi playing tambura on a river - painting by Raja Ravi Verma

Raja Ravi Varma Paintings: A Nair Woman Adorns Herself Indian Art Paintings: Indian Women Doing Makeup Indian Art Painting.

Maharaja Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV and his wife, painted by Raja Ravi Varma

Marriage of H.H Sri Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV and Rana Prathap Kumari of Kathiawar (oil on canvas), Collection: Srikantha Datta Narasimharaja Wadiyar, The Palace, Mysore.

The demi-god vulture 'Jatayu' is struck down by the demon 'Ravana', as 'Jatayu' attempted to intercede in the demon's kidnapping of Sita. Artist Raja Ravi Varma

Ravi Varma - Ravana Sita Jathayu (Seetha horrified seeing Ravana cutting Jatayu's wing) 1895

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