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Description : Rosewood inlaid krishna wall panel scenaries online.
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india rosewood sale,india rosewood designs,india rosewood handcrafts,kerala rosewood crafts,kerala rosewood designs,mysore rosewood crafts,mysore rosewood interiors,mysore rosewood decoratives,This wonderfully inlaid wall picture of Krishna is a truly a masterpiece worth possessing. Note the magic of the artiste as he has artistically inlaid different hues and grains of wood and attractive bandings into the rough fabric of wood. The three-dimensional effect has been brought out by the delicate blend of vibrant reds, oranges, creams, browns and white, set against a highly polished rosewood background. The mastery of the craftsman can be seen in the drape of their rich clothing as well as the exquisite temple jewellery and the intricate motifs that augment their attractiveness. The intricate filigree work, the delicate etchings and the deep symbolism in the picture are derived from an ancient Indian art form.
The exquisite tableau of Lord Krishna with his friends exudes youthful exuberance and vitality. Krsna is believed to have incarnated on earth to establish the religion of Love, to re-establish righteousness and vanquish evil. Krishna Leela, the romantic tales of Krishna has inspired hundreds of poems and stories down the ages. The mesmerising notes of Krishna’s flute would attract the womenfolk of Vrindavan, who would leave their homes and chores to flock to the forests of Vrindavan and dance in divine ecstasy with the young Cowherd-Lord.
As you browse through handicraft galleries on-line, you will be sure to come across an exotic statue or wall panel of this deity who has gained immense popularity as the patron god of the ISKCON movement. This lovely wall hanging makes a wonderful home décor accessory; can be used to accentuate a corner or niche in a hotel or office reception area and even makes a great personalised corporate gift or present for Janmasthami.
Care: Keep indoors. Lightly dust the figurine as required. We recommend the use of a mild wood cleaner on a swab of cotton wool.