Surya, known as the Sun, is the focus of this amethyst pendant. Made of sterling silver and centred with an amethyst pendant, this pendant measures at 1 inch in height and 0.5 inch in width, weighing 3.5 grams. To complete the necklace, add a chain for a full set. The chain is available in three different lengths, measuring between 16 to 20 inches long. Similar to the pendant, the chain is also made of high quality sterling silver which is rust-resistant. As the smaller version of this pendant, it is perfect for customers who prefer a more understated look, yet does not compromise on beauty and aura.
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These dancers are accompanied by four musicians who play a bewitching music that entrances them. With splendid instruments like didgeridoo, bongo drum, drum and clarinet, the musicians passionately recreate their wonders every time onlookers cast their eyes over them. Two of the men in middle are adorned in crème white jamas and complimenting turbans whilst the bongo drummer is enveloped in a large dusty baby blue as he curls up on the ground. A sleek and strong figured man peeks as he is clothed in a breathtaking green jama while he plays didgeridoo with a glamorous stubble that hitches the spectators' breath.
This painting is tinted in spectacular and vibrant colors as it displays the concept of ecstasy and elation, never failing to cast a spell on the onlookers. The splendid concept is gorgeously stroked in fabulous paint slashes, making it a must buy for all those who love multicolor artistic marvels.
The solid-coloured field features a range of organic pastels such as oranges and reds, as well as the basic white and black. Luxuriant handiwork in metallic embroidery brings out the statement-making base colour. The wide border makes it a great pick for the trousseau of the Indian bride - zoom in on the simplistic, yet dense and high-precision weave of gold thread against silk. The booties on the other hand are a composite of miniscule, more complex motifs. Team this Uppada silk saree with the finest gold pieces from your collection.
An androgynous number with no astrological overtones, the colour palette is almost singularly monotone. The pristine silver of the body of the ring matches the silvery surface of the shell embedded thereon. It is a simple unassuming accessory that you may team with a wide variety of ensembles and colours, for formal occasions and casual gatherings alike.
The elements that surround His central figure typically belong to the traditional thangka tradition. A solid-coloured halo, through which swishes the great tail of the Lord. An oval-shaped aureole, serrated from the centre outwards. Note the curvaceous motifs that are painted along its edge. An imposing vine with vibrant leaves and flowers grows to one side of the aureole, while dense undergrowth, the kind that are to be found in the mid-reaches of the Himalayas, defines the rest of the frame. Each of these aspects are decidedly thangka in style, and add to the divine presence of Lord Hanuman in this composition.
The dusk of the background is permeated by the rays of the luminous moon, a fine red lining setting off its glow. Note the numerous stars studded in the heavens that shine in homage to the glamour of Lord Hanuman.
The same is superimposed with a carefully designed print in rich gold and green colours. The motifs are miniscule and intricate. Zoom in on the tapering bust, the long loose sleeves, and the length of the kameez in order to appreciate the work. Note the luxuriant dupatta and the boat-shaped neckline. The style is distinctly medieval and Mughal, making for an appeal that is regal and superbly feminine.
A preeminently Vedic motif, the kalasha is integral to Jain dharma as well as Indian art and architecture of as early as the 5th century. Symbolically, it contains amrta (the elixir of life) and bestows immortality as well as the wisdom required to sustain it. Not only is it a liturgical element, but it is also found in abundance in Indian iconography - say, in one or two of the hands of the trinity or any of the devis. This finely finished, thick-mouthed pitcher would be a valuable addition to your ritual implements.
The moonstone is a soothing, cooling gemstone. It is ideal for those with too much rajas (activity) in their constitution, as it has a calming effect on the wearer. Rubies aid personal success and self-preservation; coupled with a dominant moonstone, it makes for an auspicious, life-affirming combination. Team these beautiful, feminine tops with an evening saree or Indian suit to up the glamour quotient of any gala you walk into.
The painting even captures her better half, who protectively swings the entrancing lady. The handsome man is encapsulated as a possessor of a fawn colored countenance adorned with a thin imperial moustache. The Royal geezer is appareled in a light lava silver jama that drops down his ankles, swaddled in a tawny brown and golden stripped choga, revealing the silver cloth below his arms. A cinnamon brown, tuscany thread-embroidered turban sets down over his frizzy, unkempt hair, as a lavender shaded and orange tinted dupatta entangles in his manly wrists. He is emblazoned with ravishing white pearl ear tops and an elegantly layered opera that droops down his neck.
Although, this scene of giving one's lover a splendid ride should show cheerfulness, the illustrator has portrayed both the characters to look away, instead of smiling, a grim expression drenches their face, complimented with the pale and dusty fern green trees, depicting their despising lives, making it a painting with an intriguing secret, worth working out.
Note the signature crisped-up edges and the bleeding colours of this bedspread. It comes from the dye creeping up at the edges due to the binding, which never bounces back once it is rewoven. It comes in two varieties of dominant colour - a rich yolky yellow and a misty glade green, each of which promises to set a different mood in your bedroom. Bright red and white constitute the colour palette of the motifs in the foreground.
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