Lord Kamadeva And Rati, The Twin Deities Presiding Over Passion

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Rati and Kamadeva have a long, interesting relationship. She has been His constant companion since His birth as Pradyumna, son of Lord Krishna. She is His wife and lover, His object of worship and His essential female form, all rolled into one. In the painting that you see on this page, Lord Kamadeva is caught in the midst of His amorous worship of Rati. He kneels before Her and raises up to Her a hand in admiration and supplication, His body quivering with the language of desire. He eyes Her with unbridled passion, desiring Her with every fibre of His being.

She, on the other hand, turns seductively towards Her lover. A goblet of wine in Her fair hand, barely as intoxicating as the form of Rati in the eyes of Kamadeva. With the other hand She pulls closer to Her hips a strip of Her silken garment, teasing Him by drawing it out of His reach. Zoom in on those deep, thirsty eyes and the gorgeously undulating lines that define Her form. The delicate flowers in the vase in the background pale in comparison to the muse of Kamadeva.

A painting such as this is a fine example of the diverse facets of Hindu divinity. Executed with water colours on a fabric of superb tussar silk, such a work of art would add to the aesthetics of any Indian home.

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Orissa's Paata Painting Water Color on Tussar Silk Rabi Behera
7 inch X 14.7 inch
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