Category- Cherial Scrolls
Painting- Sankrant Festival
The scene of Vibrant Makar Sankrant Festival
The festival of harvest in all parts of India,
Celebrated on the 14th of January.
Marks the transition of the sun into the zodiacal sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path, which is the first change in the zodiac after the winter solstice and is the first day of the Indian month of Magha.
Shown in the center is the traditional Dudu Basavanna (decorated ox took through the village, to get freshly harvested rice!)
The ox dances on top of its master, and claims the prize! Shown in the surrounding frames are the various festive and daily life activities. Any auspicious occasion starts with reverence of Lord Ganesha, the Lord of new beginnings.
Natural, this occasion of the new year of the Hindu calendar is incomplete without having the deity in the picture!
Delivery type- Unframed, board mounted
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