Panchamukhi Ganesha - the Lord is seen with five (panch) heads (mukh). This depiction is believed to represent the five elements of natural being, and is believed to be extremely auspicious at home or at work. Featured in the border frames are stories taken from the life of Lord Ganesha, painted in miniature.
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Natural pigment colour on handmade paper, mounted on acrylic frame.
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- Keep away from moisture and heat.
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Size and color can be customised, creative additions from artists should be expected, to suit the size requirements.
- This unique artwork has been handpainted by skilled artists. Hence, it may contain slight imperfections which are the hallmarks of handmade creations.
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