The Veena Player

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The golden zari work on the border of her Mundum neriyatum suggests that it is a festive occasion, which is why this Nair woman, chosen as the subject of this oil painting, is wearing the Kasavu or golden-border sari, worn on special events. Arranged in the traditional basic drape, the sari along with the remarkable hairdo highlight that the oil painting represents a scene from God’s own country- Kerala, a preferred cultural background for the paintings of the famous Indian painter- Raja Ravi Varma. 

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Oil Painting on CanvasArtist Giri Raj Sharma
2.5 feet x 3.4 feet
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The lady wears minimal jewelry, all made out of pure gold which matches the simplistic grace of her attire. She is sitting on a couch covered with costly rugs, providing a comfortable space for her to play her instrument. Veena, a musical instrument played by stroking its strings can be seen in her hands, with her fingers elegantly placed on its strings. The lush greenery in her background and the pillars that juxtapose it suggests that the lady is sitting on her veranda, in between the interior and the exterior spaces. Her eyes, contemplatively looking, not at the instrument in her hands, but at a distant point hint that her mind has wandered off, following a trail of thoughts, into the depths of the woods of her mental sphere. 

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