Kamadhenu - The Wish Fulfiling Cow Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

Kamadhenu - The Wish Fulfiling Cow Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

$235

This Tanjore style painting beautifully portrays Kamadhenu, also known as Surabhi, that is described in the Vedic scriptures as a Goddess who manifested herself in the form of a wish fulfilling cow in Swargalok. The term Kamadhenu is a blend of two words – “Kama” meaning “desire” or “wish” and “Dhenu” meaning “milk cow”. Therefore, she miraculously grants the seeker whatever he desires and thus is honored and considered to be the mother of all cows. The mother cow has a great spiritual significance; she is an endless giver of resources and nourishment; her mil sustains the life of many species and her urine is used for many medicinal purposes. 

Item Code: PX50
Specifications:
Tanjore PaintingTraditional Colors with 24 Karat Gold
13 inch x 11 (With Frame)9 inch x 7 inch (Without Frame)
Handmade
Handmade
100% Made in India
100% Made in India
Fully insured
Fully insured
Free delivery
Free delivery
Fair trade
Fair trade

Every part of her divine body is considered auspicious; her body complexion is like the pure white clouds floating in the sky, the four legs represent the four Vedas, her sharp conical horns symbolize the Trimurti Gods Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu, and her face symbolize the sun and the moon. She is portrayed as a white cow having a female head and wings of a tropical bird. Long black hair braided with golden tassels reaching her breasts and a bunch of neckpieces around her delicate neck look beautiful. A soft and gentle smile on her face describes her merciful and unconditional nature as she provided everyone with everything. She is decorated with a cloth and a tinkling bell around her back. Her four legs represent the four purusharthas of life that help us to achieve our purpose of human life; Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. The special feature of this painting is the coating of the adornments with pure gold and stones with precision. The Tanjore style paintings always stand out from the ordinary paintings and this one has proved it.

 

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