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My heart

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My heart

Size: Diameter 100 cm.

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Rollable :
No
From :
Thailand
Framed :
Framed
Ready to hang :
Yes
Ready to hang: Yes
Create Year :
2023
Create Year: 2023

Size: Diameter 100 cm.
Rollable: No
From:Thailand
Frame: Framed
Ready to hang: Yes
Create Year: 2023
Description

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: Diameter 100 cm. (HxW) / Framed

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The inspiration behind the artwork lies in the depiction of Hanuman opening his chest, a moment derived from the narrative where Rama, upon ascending the throne, gifted Hanuman a precious pearl necklace. In an unexpected turn, Hanuman, upon receiving the necklace, carefully examined each pearl, then decided to cast it away. Perplexed, the people of Ayodhya questioned Hanuman’s actions, to which he responded by emphasizing the absence of Rama’s name or image on the pearls, deeming them worthless.

 

In a profound gesture, Hanuman declared that even his own body lacked the image of Rama and, by extension, was deemed worthless by the crowd. Unperturbed, Hanuman, in response to the skepticism, used the nails of both hands to open his chest. The astonished people of Ayodhya discovered images of Rama and Sita at the heart of Hanuman.

 

This portrayal of Hanuman revealing the divine images within his chest serves as a powerful symbol in artworks, often revered by Lord Rama’s followers. It serves as a poignant reminder to always hold God in remembrance.

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Artwork can be ship either Stretching or Roll in the tube (please Send an inquiry for more detail)

SOLD

Description

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: Diameter 100 cm. (HxW) / Framed

——————–

The inspiration behind the artwork lies in the depiction of Hanuman opening his chest, a moment derived from the narrative where Rama, upon ascending the throne, gifted Hanuman a precious pearl necklace. In an unexpected turn, Hanuman, upon receiving the necklace, carefully examined each pearl, then decided to cast it away. Perplexed, the people of Ayodhya questioned Hanuman’s actions, to which he responded by emphasizing the absence of Rama’s name or image on the pearls, deeming them worthless.

 

In a profound gesture, Hanuman declared that even his own body lacked the image of Rama and, by extension, was deemed worthless by the crowd. Unperturbed, Hanuman, in response to the skepticism, used the nails of both hands to open his chest. The astonished people of Ayodhya discovered images of Rama and Sita at the heart of Hanuman.

 

This portrayal of Hanuman revealing the divine images within his chest serves as a powerful symbol in artworks, often revered by Lord Rama’s followers. It serves as a poignant reminder to always hold God in remembrance.

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Artwork can be ship either Stretching or Roll in the tube (please Send an inquiry for more detail)

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