The World is Symmetrical

The World is Symmetrical

Kailash Raj beautifully captures the Mughal culture of dancing which was regarded as a source of entertainment for nobles back then. He has worked his magic again with his amazing masterstrokes representing this important ancient practice. The painting is divinely blessed with a rich background a huge green plain that is beautified with multiple lush green twin trees that stretch across the distance as splendid marble white Safavid minarets protrude over its leaves. The beautiful landscape is contrasted with a small pond that is festooned with exotic lotus which float in the grey water along with the graceful swans, contrasting the two exact rectangular Mauriyan rock cut building which couple with the regularly aligned red roses and the luxurious and elegant water fountain.

This painting is enclosed in an exquisite umber boundary that is emblazoned with gorgeous golden floral patterns, enhanced by an attractive splash designed mustard frame. It also exhibits a golden bronze complexioned woman who possesses a sleek Greek nose and light shaded round eyebrows that compliment her wide almond eyes and pouty lips as her contoured nasolabial fold emphasizes her countenance. The lady wears a lovely red churidaar that is imprinted with golden motifs which go along with her translucent drawstring waistband, embellished with eye-catching designs as it sways around her. Her diaphanous net dupatta fails to cover her bare breast revealing her upper body in a shamrock and golden hued surface. She is adorned in a vibrant pearl maang tikka and a red head passa that extends over her triple jhumka earring as her beautifully curled charcoal black hair lock enhances her nose with a crème white pearl stud. She wears a pair of gold and kundan tasseled armlets on each arm as she turns her hand in a divine dance style, going along with her golden and green tinted metal bangles. Her neck is emblazoned with a plethora of jewels as she wears a triple layered carcanet that couples over her splendid exotic stoned pendant and a brown beady opera that extends over her navel. Her henna colored feet are beautified with a rich pearl anklet, making her an attractive site to see. She is twinned with another lass who is illustrated to be her exact doppelganger however she wears a pink dupatta and a purple pleated churidaar.

The painting turns out to be the perfect match for all historians and dance lovers making it the best wallpaper for your porch walls.

Item Code: MK21
Water Color Painting On Paper Artist: Kailash Raj
7.0 inch x 11.0 inch
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