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An Epic Of Thousand Lines... Madhubani's Ramayana

By Unknown Artist

Original Artwork

  • 32 X 24 In | 81 X 61 Cm
  • Acrylic & Ink on Paper
  • Folk
  • Created in 2018
  • Sold by Gallery, Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
  • Lot No 260729

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Sagar Puja and building of the bridge: This is a depiction of Lord Ram praying to the Samudra Dev (the God of Oceans) and the army of monkeys building the bridge also known a...
Sagar Puja and building of the bridge: This is a depiction of Lord Ram praying to the Samudra Dev (the God of Oceans) and the army of monkeys building the bridge also known as Ram Setu (Ram’s bridge). When Lord Ram along with his army was on the way to Lanka, they reached a vast ocean (now the Indian Ocean). Seeing the vastness and difficulty to cross the ocean, Lord Rama decided to pray to the Samudra Dev to let them cross it with ease. He prayed for three days but the Samudra Dev did not respond and angry Ram decided to soak up the sea using his bow and arrow. The God of Ocean thus appeared before them and asked for forgiveness for ignoring his prayers. He suggested that they build a bridge and he would help them in this endeavor. Sri Ram further prayed to Lord Shiva and he said that Nala and Neel (Gods of Vastu and Architecture) will help you build the bridge. Nala and Neel along with the monkey army brought stones, enormous rocks, and wooden logs and wrote “Sri Ram” on each of them and started to put them in the ocean. With the name RAM written on them, the rocks kept afloat.

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