Something has caught the little princess by surprise. In one of the sombre corners of her home, she stands stock still and overhears her father discuss possible liaisons through her marriage. In her shyness, she draws her sheer dupatta over her bosom clad in a brick-coloured choli. Note the dilemma in her body language - the stance of her torso is as if to rush on in her playfulness, but she turns back a little, her head leaning in the direction of her father’s voice as he decides her future.
The fullness of her youth is set off by the ample gold and jewels on her person. A faint blush rises from the high of her cheeks to the roots of her black curls. Her heaving breasts are almost bursting through the silk of her choli. Her gaze is resting on a nearby lamp - an eerie glisten characterises those large, kohl-rimmed eyes.
Then there is silhouette. This one cuts a regal one, given the volume of its flowing skirt and the understated fit of the matching gold choli. The choli is embroidered with a world of flower-shaped booties - note the luxuriant panel across the neckline and sleeves - that add to the bridal appeal of this number. Finally, the most statement-making aspect of this lehenga is the peach-coloured dupatta. Its silken texture adds to the silhouette. With matching brocade sewn on to the edges and crystals woven into the fabric, it is just the image of bridal glamour.
These lions are a fine example of devotional Indian handiwork. Fashioned from brass, their bodies are inlaid with richly coloured bits of resin indicative of regal adornment. Their faces are carved most delicately, with the kind of precision and attention to detail possible only for the finest of sculptors. A composure of wrath - mouths open, tongues lashing out - characterises the faces of the lions.
It is the wrathful expression that gives away the style of temple architecture these lions belong to. In addition to the same, there are the tiny protrusions on the tops of their heads, the impressions of wings on their brows and shoulders, and the serrations on their superbly carved ears. Zoom in on the realistic mane spreading in thick curls over their leonine shoulders. Finally, the lifelike flourish of their tails completes the sculpture.
This faceted five-strands Rondells bracelet is certainly a head-turner. As explained in its name, it is made of crystal rondel beads that are stringed together, finally culminating at a centrepiece of sterling silver with an oval onyx encased on top. Green onyx symbolizes peace, harmony, purity and restfulness. It brings a sense of calm to its owner. This bracelet is 7.5 inch in length and weighs 30.5 grams.
This jewelry is the embodiment of strength and positivity. It blesses the wearer with courage and good luck. Not to be dismissed as any other kind of jewelry, this piece is exquisitely sourced and brought to you by Exotic India Art. Only available in limited stocks. If you are having thoughts on buying this, get it soon before it's sold out. Trust us, you will not regret it. "
The high blue river tides picture many soldiers who are either swimming, are in the cavalry or are mounted on elephants. All the geezers wear vibrant jamas and turbans as they take control of their exotically imprinted and designed war animals, holding their swords and spears as they look at their commander for help. They carry flags, shields and floral sheathed armaments as they struggle against the tides. The background shows amazingly contrasted green and beige fort like buildings and minaret that protrude from them as they peak from the lush green trees which stand on the grassy green riverbed.
To add further charm to this awestriking piece the artist encloses it in a golden and peach rectangular floral frame which is blessed with jade blue pistils and eye-catching motifs. This painting is the perfect match for those who love ancient Mughal history as it not only enhances their old cultural knowledge but turns out to be a great and precious ornament for their house hence even decorating up their soul.
The endpiece is the most glamorous aspect of this saree. It is densely embroidered in quintessential Lucknavi style with miniscule flowers in pale green and yellow, punctuated by extensive snatches of vine here and there. Matching embroidery is to be found along the thin border and more of those flowers across the field of the saree. This chiffon number is best teamed with the sleekest of your mother’s hand-me-downs.
This brass statue of Lord Buddha, depicted as costumed in his divine dual coloured robe in deep blue and maroon. The robe is luxuriously studded and inlayed in splendid floral patterns with the colourful artificial gemstones and ornamental stones in turquoise, sapphire & ruby red; the ethnic circular boarded chains all over are luring the blunt colours. The back of Buddha is fully draped with this lavish robe. He touches the earth with his right hand and the left-hand holds the begging bowl symbolizing him of the highest order. This action of touching the earth or calling the earth is Buddha’s Bhumisparsha Mudra that represents the moment when Buddha became enlightened underneath the Bodhi tree and by doing this he claims the earth ( Dhartimata ) as the witness of this enlightenment.
The awakened Buddha here sits on a royal carved pedestal in a charming lotus posture with the eyes closed in essence of meditation; his long earlobes ready to hear the sufferings of the world & to cure and the three Shiva-divine lines on the neck enhances his soulful voice and the naturally carved coiled hair settle on the head forming a conical top represent his iconic attributes in a wonderous manner. The most distinctive feature is the mesmerized carving on the robe done with high level of endurance. This Buddha carved in superfine expressions and achieving with all its visual aesthetic qualities is the best piece for your dwelling, office or hotel to avoid incoming of disruptive element
Resembling the symbol of the eye, this pendant is flattened diamond-shaped with a a faceted amethyst in the centre. At the lower margins of the horizontal diamond-shaped pendant are hooked smaller rectangular sterling silver pieces with pointed edges downwards and an amethyst stone in the centre of each. The motif of the eye is known for warding off evil by giving the ""glare"". It protects its wearer and overcomes challenges. This pendant is 2.7 inch in height, 2.4 inch in width and weighs 41.5 grams.
If you are looking for a classic piece that will last a long time, look no further. Exotic India Art brings you quality pieces at reasonable prices from all over the world. This beauty is not just an ornament like any other jewelry, the gemstone also embodies positive healing energies, and dispels negative emotions like anxiety and anger, bringing a sense of calmness to the wearer. Neither overstated nor gaudy, it is best matched with most clothing. Each item is stocked in limited quantities. Get one before it is sold out. "
This painting is enclosed in a double layered border one of which is very thin and is imprinted with golden floral designs as it is contrasted with a bright orange background. The outer border is also embossed with with plant designs, but it is stamped with 6 young men and 1 old man, all of them wear jamas and holding books whilst they sit at a distance from each other. The painting itself shows five sadhus. One of them sleeps in the back with his arms over his head, wearing a yellow dhoti as he is accompanied by a ginger haired man who faces his porcelain white back in the direction of the spectators as his scarlet red silk lungi slips down his hips. The other three men have long waist length beards ranging from black to grey as one of them recites religious beads with his orange dhoti going below his hips. The one on the left wears a rose gold toga which envelops him as he sits beside another Sadhu who appears to be their Chief, wearing a dhoti along with an angavastram and a bright orange shawl.
This painting is of great importance not only in the history of the religion but even the art as it encapsulates the intricate details and designs of typical paintings which are a sign of the high and fine quality artistry making it your must buy choice as an ornament.
Matching blue choodidar trousers complement the bootidar kameez. A willowy chiffon dupatta completes the outfit. It is a bitone element, the dominant blue of the dress teamed with a pale creamy yellow. Note the solid cream, red, and gold laces that line the edges of the dupatta. This suit would be a great fit for poojas and parties alike.
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