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Description : Rosewood dashavathara wall panel(colour wood)inlay work,cheap crafts.
crafts,indian crafts,crafts suppliers,crafts manufacturers,crafts exporters,crafts shop,crafts wholesale,The enthralling decorative wall hanging of the Dashavatara can only be described as an awe-inspiring tableau of Indian mythology. Ancient Indian craftsmanship has been brought alive in the elegant design and the expressive features of the deities on the highly polished rosewood and displayed aesthetically in a carved framework of pure rosewood.
The Dasavatara refers to the ‘dasa” (ten) ‘ avatar’ (incarnations) of Lord Vishnu. The Dashavatara is not just an exotic mythological story. It is a metaphorical representation of the scientific fact of human evolution in an artistic form.
crafts online,buy crafts,discount crafts,kerala crafts,mysore crafts,karnataka crafts,cheap crafts,The first avatar is the Matsya avatar, the fish that symbolises the first life that originated in the sea. The Kurma avatar, the tortoise signifies the time when creatures could live both in sea and on land. Varaha, the boar is the 3rd avatara symbolising a land creature while the Narasimha (man-lion) avatar symbolises the transition from animal to human. The fifth avatar is Vamana, the dwarf who represents the very first human with characteristics similar to the Neandarthal man. The primitive man who was wild in nature is symbolised by the Parashurama avatar,depicting a man with an axe. The 7th Avatar is Lord Rama who symbolises a man who ruled other men. Balarama, the 8th avatar was an agriculturist human. Lord Krishna, the 9th Avatar was a people's person who was incarnated on earth to establish the religion of Love and Brotherhood and vanquish evil. The tenth is the Kalki-avatara, predicted to appear in some 427,000 years time to liberate the virtuous and initiate a new Satya Yuga.
Different wood grains have been aesthetically blended and skilfully inlaid into the finest rosewood to showcase Lord Vishnu’s incarnations that complete the Dashavatara. The three-dimensional effect has been brought out by the delicate blend of golden with shades of muted reds, oranges, creams and white, inlaid into a highly polished rosewood background. A hot favourite of interior decorators and vaastu designers …..the rosewood inlaid Dashavatara wall panel makes a wonderful home décor accessory; can be used to accentuate the ambience of a lobby or office space and even makes a great personalised corporate gift for Diwali.
Care: Keep indoors. Lightly dust the figurine as required. We recommend the use of a mild wood cleaner on a swab of cotton wool.