The symbolic content of this design is not obvious and the meaning does not emerge at once - that is because the form of the deity is local in character and does not bear any resemblance to any typical divinity of orthodox Hindu religion. The face of the deity is imposed prominently on a rust / orange background. The bold, black outlines and the flat brilliant colours make the painting eye catching. The smiling red lips are thick and the eyes, despite being large with protruding eye balls, seem gentle and carry the effect of the smile. The feature give a benevolent quality to the deity here.
On a dull charcoal grey background are flowers in black and white but a bright centre. This is intentionally done in order not to repress the bright effect of the center piece, yet avoid making the background dull.
This description by Kiranjyot.