This artwork is a creative representation of a legendary Lord Ganesha and his devotion, intelligence and splendour. On one occasion, brothers Ganesha and Kartikeya desired to taste a divine sweet, 'divya modak' which was prepared by their mother Parvati. This artwor depicts the playful fight for the sweet, as rendered in ancient scriptures.
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Digital Print on Archival Paper
- 300 GSM paper weight.
- All prints are produced on acid- free paper using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of colours.
- Glass framing is recommended.
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Mahaveer Swami is descended from a family of traditional Bikaner artists. As a child, he began training with his father and grandfather, and later, studied under the Late Vedpal Sharma "Bannu" in Jaipur. He revived the best aspects of the sophisticated and refined Bikaner School of painting with an originality and brilliance unique among contemporary miniaturists. Mahaveer Swami’s working style is strongly influenced by his studies of Mughal and Rajasthan Miniatures. His subject is often drawn from the lifestyle of ascetic men and women, daily life of Indian women and sometimes from Hindu mythological terms.
Winner of several accolades, his work has been exhibited extensively in prestigious galleries in various Indian cities as well as internationally at Gallery Lafayette in Paris, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, besides others. The artist lives in Bikaner and works from his studio in the city.View more details