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Tanjore Painting - Govardhan Giridhari
Size (WxDxH) : 37 x 4 x 49 inches (Frame Included)
Painting Only Size : 32 x 44 inches
ABOUT TANJORE PAINTINGS
Tanjore painting is a form of painting, with a unique style which originated in Tanjavoor.The creation of this painting involves a lot of dedication and several stages of meticulous art work.These paintings are known for their surface richness, vivid colors, compact composition and breathtaking beauty. It comes in three finishes normal, antique and embossed.
According to ancient Vaishnava legends the Vedic Deva , Indra (god of rain & lightning) was feared by human beings because he would either give the people no rain or flood them if he was not satisfied with their worship. When Krishna found out, he opposed the performance of sacrificial worship for Indra. He emphasized the importance of karma and doing ones duty. This made Indra angry at the boy Krishna (one of the incarnations of the Supreme God
Indra thus invoked many clouds to appear in the sky and schemed to flood the region with rains lasting for seven days and seven nights. Krishna in reply then lifted Govardhan Hill, under which all the animals and people of the region took shelter, safe from the rains of Indra's fury. Ultimately, Indra accepted defeat. He offered his prayers and left to his heavenly kingdom.