Rama and Lakshmana Confer with Sugriv, Hanuman and Others

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Rama-Katha, Sri Rama’s life story though dedicated to the divine aura of the incarnation of Vishnu, is a collection of different episodes and teachings on human virtues, family values, warrior’s spirit, love, and friendship. This is the reason behind it becoming an intrinsic part of India’s popular tradition as well as its adoption in various marvelous art forms. One such example of the adoption of the story of Rama in art is this vibrant Guler-Pahari painting, depicting Hanuman Ji showing Maa Sita’s ornaments to Rama. 

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Item Code: HJ34
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Water Color On Paper
Dimensions 7.0 inches X 10.8 inches
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When Devi Sita was abducted by Ravana who was flying with her in his Pushapaka vimana, she dropped her various exquisite ornaments, leaving a trail for her beloved Rama to follow. In this Guler painting, we see Rama and Lakshmana in a conversation with Sugriva, Jambvana, and other monkey courtiers at the Rishyamuka mountain. Rama and Sugriv become friends and vow to help each other in their respective endeavors- Rama was to dethrone Sugriva’s brother Bali and place him on the Kishkindha throne and Sugriva in return was to assist him in reuniting with his abducted wife.

Hanuman, with a distinctive orange face, sits on the right side, adorned with a crown and holding a red bundle in his hands that contain Devi Sita’s jewelry. Rama appears internally distraught. A fire burns in the center, marking the space as a personal and friendly refuge for two parties seeking justice. All the individuals in the painting are dressed in a kingly manner- even Rama and Lakshamana who we know are living a life of austerity in the forests. Draped in fineries, the brothers look like celestial beings, endowed with all the beauty and youth. In the background are two hills, shown with curving lines, and in the front of the entire scene, like an underline flows a river.

 

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