Lord Venkateshvara as Balaji Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

Lord Venkateshvara as Balaji Tanjore Painting | Traditional Colors With 24K Gold | Teakwood Frame | Gold & Wood | Handmade | Made In India

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Whenever and wherever, there is increase in irreligiosity and abominable activities, the Supreme Lord descends Himself on the earth to reestablish Dharma and deliver the impious or evil people. In the beginning of Kali Yuga, a form of Lord Vishnu, known as Lord Venkateshvara or Balaji appeared on the earth to bring the Adharmees close to God so that they can come out of the repeated cycle of births and deaths which is the ultimate goal of the human life. Lord Venkateshvara is the presiding deity of Tirumala Temple located in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Everyday, thousands and lakhs of devotees come to this temple to take the mercy and blessings of the Lord. 

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Item Code: PAA129
Specifications:
TANJORE PAINTING TRADITIONAL COLORS WITH 24 KARAT GOLD
53 inch x 29 inch x 4 inch (With Frame)
46 inch x 23 inch (Without Frame)
23 kg

Tanjore paintings are famous for their unique depictions of devotional icons with pure gold coating and vivid colors. In this painting, Lord Venkateshavara stands straight atop a small elevated platform in His four-armed form (chaturbhuja). He is unprecedently dressed in a perfectly pleated pitambar (bright yellow) dhoti down to His ankles. Between the two fingers of His upper hands, He holds His Sudarshan Chakra and the Panchajanya Conch Shell, while the lower hands are in the boon granting Varada Mudra and resting posture. A serpent is coiled around each of His upper arms. Elaborately decorated with different ornaments and beautiful flower garlands, Lord’s black complexioned body shines throughout the painting. The wide and bright tilak (Urdhva Pundra) on His forehead covers most of the area of His nose and sets off a unique contrast. The soothing embellishment of the artwork with a sequence of shining stones along the outlines gives it a real aesthetic look. Also, the typical South Indian motifs on the Prabhavali and altar of the Lord are eye-catching. 


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