Devraj Indra Painting

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Lord Indra is one of the oldest Vedic-yuga deities of India. He is the most referred deity in the Rgveda and is the supreme devata of the devatas of the Hindu pantheon. In the painting that you see on this page, He is seated on the back of His vahana, the airavata (wild elephant). Interestingly, the elephant has two, and not one, trunks.

Another interesting feature of the elephant is its pristine complexion. It is in a piece of scarlet-coloured fabric, and decked up with gold ornaments at the neck and belly and hip and tusk. These bring out the beauty of its glacial skin. The stately Indra sits on the airavata’s back, with one foot behind its gigantic ears as a means of communication.

Lord Indra is clad in gold-hemmed, inky blue robes. The pearls and jewels on His body accentuate the divine glamour of His form. From the crown on His head to the weapon in His hand, they are fashioned from gold and studded with the finest jewels. A simple gradient, indicative of land and water and ether, characterise the background.

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Item Code: PAA521
Water Color Painting on PaperArtist:Kailash Raj
Dimensions 10.50 inch Height X 8.00 inch Width
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