Panchmukhi Shiva (the five-faced Lord Shiva) as the name suggests depicts the five faces of Lord Shiva. The five faces of Shiva show the five different forms of the Lord - namely, Sadyojata (the Revealer), Vamadeva (the Concealer), Aghora (the destroyer), Tatpurusha (the Cosmic being) and Ishana (the Lord).
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Width 20.32 cm (8”)
Height 31.75 cm (12.5")
Vegetable Dye and Stone Pigment on Handmade Paper
Care & Instructions:
- Keep away from direct sunlight, which can cause fading of certain pigments and increasing yellowing of varnish.
- It is not advisable to place the artwork above a heat source such as fireplaces.
- It is unadvisable to hang the painting in a moist environment such as a room which has a bath or shower.
- Can be safely dusted using a clean, soft natural artists brush.
- Do not use moist dust cloths, stiff bristle brushes, or feather dusters to clean the painting.
- Avoid spraying any fresheners, polish etc directly onto the painting.
- This unique artwork has been hand painted by skilled artists. Hence, it may contain slight imperfections which are the hallmarks of handmade creations.
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Jaimini, a portmanteau of "Jaipur" and "miniature art", is a coming together of not just words, but worlds too. Inspired by the Rajasthani, Mughal and Persian schools of miniature painting, Jaimini is an amalgam of these traditions while also an unforeseen interpretation of the above to reflect contemporary design.View more details