Flowers with large shrubs are about to bloom in the fully fledged Sunlight as depicted in this watercolour art on paper. This Akara Wild plant is also known as ‘Calotropis Gigantea’ which consists of waxy flowers in white and lavender colours. One of the special features of this plant is that it attracts monarch butterflies.
This flower has been mentioned in our Ancient Historical Scriptures such as, Mahabharata and it’s also a favourite flower of lord Shiva, that’s why the devotees usually offer it to Lord at the Temples.
Besides its characteristic features and spiritual significance, the painting holds the attributes of culture and tradition through its rectangular bordering which has been patterned with floral yellowish illustrations and a dark blue background border behind it. This would be a good decorative masterpiece to be hanged on the wall to make a better appearance of the room.