Indian Acrylic Painting
Parvathy Chamayam (bridal making of Paravathy Devi). This painting aims to reflect a scene where Parvathy Devi is getting ready along with her friends and helpers. Parvati is the wife of the Hindu god Shiva. She is the reincarnation of Sati, the first wife of Shiva who immolated herself during a yajna (fire-sacrifice).
Parvathy is the daughter of the mountain king Himavan and queen Mena. Parvathy is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha and Kartikeya. She is considered the supreme divinity and the Hindu goddess of power, energy, nourishment, harmony, love, beauty, devotion, and motherhood. She is a physical representation of Mahadevi in her complete form. She is also revered in her appearances as Durga and Mahakali.
She is the central deity of the Goddess-oriented sect called Shaktism and the chief goddess in Shaivism. Along with Lakshmi and Saraswati, she forms the Tridevi. Parvathy's legends are intrinsically related to Shiva. In the goddess-oriented Shakta texts, that she is said to transcend even Shiva, and is identified as the Supreme Being. Just as Shiva is at once the presiding deity of destruction and regeneration, the couple jointly symbolize at once both the power of renunciation and asceticism and the blessings of marital felicity.
Parvathy thus symbolizes many different virtues esteemed by Hindu tradition: fertility, marital felicity, devotion to the spouse, asceticism, and power. Parvathy represents the householder ideal in the perennial tension in Hinduism in the household ideal and the ascetic ideal, the latter represented by Shiva.
NOTE: The image shown is a close up image of the Painting. The 2nd image shows the full painting, with the following images showcasing closeups of the artwork, detailing the work done by the artist.
Painting is signed by the artist
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