Author: exoticindiaart

This Shrinath Ji Watercolor Paintings art enables the users to have a life-like view of lord Shrinath Ji, who stands in his usual posture under the royal gold-plated shrine, decked... Read More

This Shiva Parivar Brass Sculpture is a perfect example of an ideal family that learns to live in unity accepting each other’s diverse natures. Lord Shiva, the destroyer sits in... Read More

The innocent smile and the naughtiness of his eyes reverberate lord Krishna’s child-like tenderness and love for his devotees. He is revered as one of the most popular deities in... Read More

A creative martial and a born warrior, Lord Kartikeya was the one who defeated the demon Tarakasura. It is said that by worshipping Lord Kartikeya, also known by the name... Read More

Throat Chakra or Vishuddhi is the 5th prime chakra as per the tradition of Hindu tantra. The inhabiting deity of this vishuddhi or chakra is Panchavaktra Shiva, which has 4... Read More

A suit is something that defines the grace and elegance of a woman, that too of a bright red shade accentuates the inner beauty of the person; as the one... Read More

Daughter of the mountains, wife of Lord Shiva. The indisputable queen of triloka, the three (‘tri’) realms (‘loka’) of existence. Possessed of beauty and potency, vigor and compassion. She is... Read More

The Yali is to Indian culture what the griffin is to Greco-Roman culture. It refers to a creature that has the features of the most powerful members of the faunal... Read More

A Kalamkari handloom has its roots in the Mughal era and is popularly done in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is globally known for its elegance and rich heritage. The... Read More

Mahakala comes from the Sanskrit maha (great) and kala (death or time) which translates that he is a deity beyond time. In Tibet, he is also called the Nagpo Chenpo,... Read More