LARGE PAINTINGS OF INDIAN SAINTS & GURUS

39 inch x 51 inxh -With Frame34.5 inch x 47 inch - Painting
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36 inches x 48 inches
$225
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24 inch X 26 inch
$249
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1.1 feet x 1.5 feet
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Birth of a Poet - Valmiki is Inspired to Write the Ramayana
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13.5 inches X 19 inches
$330
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Adi Guru Shankaracharya
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24.0 inch X 36.0 inch
$695
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The Yogi Attains Siddhi
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3.0 ft x 4.0 ft
$1265
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Adi Guru Shankaracharya
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24 inch x 36 inch
$660
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Adi Guru Shankaracharya
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24.5 inches X 36.5 inches
$810
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Guru Nanak
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24.0 inches X 36.0 inches
$600
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Mahasiddha Tilopa
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16.0 inches X 21.5 inches
$475
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An Episode From the Life of Guru Nanak
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24.0 inches X 46.0 inches
$770
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Saints of India - Sri Ramanujacharya
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1.1 ft x 1.5 ft
$510
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A Sadhu with Ramnami Turban
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16.5" x 21.5"
$580
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Mirabai: A Devotional Saint of India
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3 ft x 3.5 ft
$725
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Portrait of Guru Gobind Singh
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1.8 ft x 2.5 ft
$660
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Adi Shankaracharya with Disciples
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41 X 53 inches
$770
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Vivekananda – The Common Man's Philosopher
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3.0 ft x 4.0 ft
$935
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One with the Perfect State of Brahman
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3.0 feet x 4.0 feet
$905
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Shankaracharya and Disciples
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3.0 ft x 4.0 ft
$770
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Sai Baba
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3.0 ft x 4.0 ft
$800
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A Guru, Par Excellence
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1.8 ft x 2.8 ft
$535
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Narada, The Inventor of the Vina
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2.7 feet x 3.5 feet
$635
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An Episode from the Mahabharata
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2.8 ft x 3.7 ft
$855
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Mesmerizing Indian Saint Paintings To Elevate Your Consciousness

India is known as “the land of austerity”. The people of this country have witnessed many great saints and sages who have performed rigid austerities and penances to realize the Supreme. The Vedic scriptures affirm that the ultimate goal of one who has got the human form of life is to inquire about the Absolute Truth. True saints are the embodiment of devotion. They teach humanity how to live life keeping God in the center and being engaged in the prescribed duties, abiding by the religious principles according to the scriptures.

The qualities of these saints inspire common people to take to God consciousness and transcend the three modes of material nature (Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas). Some of those qualities are truthfulness, sense control, free from dualities, material attachments, and aversion, unaffected by honor and dishonor, equipoised in all situations, and devoid of the sense of proprietorship. It is believed that a Guru is one who leads us on the path of self-realization. Saints like Ramanujacharya, Shankaracharya, Madhvacharya, Vishnu Swami, Guru Nanak, and Guru Gobind Singh made many thousands of disciples and showed them the authentic path of God realization. The philosophy of some of these saints differed a bit, but all of them aimed to teach people to love God and practice Sadhna Bhakti to attain liberation from the material world.

Exotic India takes pride to showcase the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of India by featuring this great assortment of paintings portraying the majestic persona of some of the revered Indian saints. These sublime paintings have been made by skilled artists with utmost love and care to invoke divine feelings in the heart of the seer. The combination of perfect strokes of brushes and vivid colors makes these paintings an excellent choice for adorning the walls of your home or workspace. As you look at the paintings, you will be inspired to remember the instructions of the displayed saint and thus be reminded to live an easier, more meaningful, and blissful life.


Q. How do paintings of Indian saints and Gurus contribute to spiritual practice and devotion?

A Guru ignites the light of knowledge in the heart of the conditioned soul and dissipates the darkness of ignorance. Those who take shelter of such Guru or saint are freed from the illusion of this material world and attain liberation and live a purposeful life meanwhile. Putting up paintings of saints on the walls is a great way to get reminded of their divine words and practice our spiritual Sadhna with great determination and devotion.

Q. How can I ensure proper care and maintenance of Indian saint paintings to preserve their beauty?

Paintings of Indian saints in this collection are of different types such as oil paintings and watercolor paintings. These coloring techniques tend to fade the richness of the colors with time. However, their proper care and maintenance increase their lifespan and preserve their beauty for years. Hang these paintings away from direct sunlight and humidity. Use a glass frame to protect the painting from getting damaged.  Clean the frame with a soft cloth to remove any dust accumulated on the surface.

Q. Are there any specific guidelines for placing Indian saint paintings at home?

Paintings portraying Indian saints are highly revered for they hold great spiritual significance. They can be hung in the living room or meditation room. However, it is advised not to display them closer to the bathroom or underneath the staircase to maintain their sanctity.