Art Number 24616
Artwork Title Ruupam Dehi Jayam Dehi Yasho Dehi Dvisso Jahi
Artist Name Tanushree Bhattacharya
Medium Acrylic & Poster colors on Cartridge Paper
Size 17 x 12 inches (43.18 x 30.48 cm)
Information Especially in this painting, I am showing the festival of Durga Puja on Cartridge paper with acrylic & poster colors. I have added texture, colors, light, and shadow in this particular painting to look for realism. I use white, Black, Red, Yellow Orchid, Peach, Lemon Yellow, Burnt Umber, Vermillion, Chrome Yellow, Golden Yellow & Crimson colors. As a passionate painter, I like to capture the beauty of mundane objects and places. In this particular painting, I tried to depict the Boron Puja, Dashami In 2021 Durga Puja is included in the “List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of India.” Large-scale installations and pavilions characterize the festival in urban areas, as well as by traditional Bengali drumming and awe of the goddess. During the event, the divides of class, religion, and ethnicities collapse as crowds of spectators walk around to admire the installations. The last day coincides with Dussehra. Idols are taken away in large processions for immersion in water. "Sindur Khela" (Vermillion game) is a major event of Dashami. Like Durga Maa, women in India are powerful, courageous, and incredible. Every woman is Shakti (energy), Bhakti (devotion), and Mukti (Liberation), and should be treated as such. Maa Durga is depicted as a warrior goddess, an epitome of pure love, courage, beauty, strength and knowledge. I have known some wonderful women in my life who are no less than real-life goddesses. I would like to categorize these women as creators, protectors, and nurturers in their families.

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