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Rajasthani Lady Doing Sringar - 2 Ladies
Rajputana Art Treasure of India ! Rajasthan is the land of wonderful legends of romance and bravery. India's region in the north-west corner of the sub-continent is of amazing beauty- packed with art, history, and culture that goes back to several centuries.
Teakwood frame Jharokha style Painting, one of the most innovative and significant example of Rajasthani art treasures is the world of miniature painting. Indian women has always been graceful and beautiful with her simplicity. And Rajasthani woman is no exception. Women of Rajasthan are strong and brave yet calm and composed. They look very stunning and attractive in their bright- colored clothes. Rajasthani women like to wear dresses with multiple colors and patterns on them. Another thing that adds to their beauty is their marvelous ornaments. She is looking very marvelous and she wearing a red garment. She appeared in very beautiful Bangles, a curl of hair decorating her face. A highly stylized facial type for the portrayal is characterized by an elongated face with a receding forehead, arched eyebrows, and lotus like eyes, a sharp pointed nose, thin sensitive lips, and a pointed chip. One can also see miniature work on painting. Golden work done on dress/ ghaghra. So it shows the beauty of her dress and her sringar. Her maid is helping her out in doing sringar. This depicts the royal tradition of Rajasthan.
This traditional but still contemporary art work can be put it on any wall to decor your area. It will enhance your room and look beautiful and decent.