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Celestial Beauty In Memory Of Harappa 2

Artist : Pratiksha Bothe Shop : Indranil Garai
Title : Celestial Beauty In Memory Of Harappa 2
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Artwork-Size(W x H)
18 x 30 Inches
707 Gm
Not Framed
Acrylic Color
The medieval temples of India feature a female figures in the sculpture strategy. That is called "Sursundari". Celestial female is a ubiquitous motif in the visual arts & architecture of India & those artistic traditions. In this painting, this is the Indus Valley artifact called the Priest King. He is the iconic representation of Indus civilization. He dates to 2200-1900 BC and was found at the Mohenjo Daro archaeological site, Sindh Province, Pakistan. This statue was thought to be used for religious purposes, due to the fact the the statue's robe is laid over his left shoulder, which is considered a sacred symbol. The civilization was thought to be run by priests, explaining the existence of the statue itself.
Created: 2019

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