The painting based on the figurative idea of the musical rhythm of Indian classical music originated by an unknown philosopher of the mythological period. It's the fourth painting of my Raga-Mala series. This painting indicating the rainy season as well as the joy of the first rain of this season warmly invited by the Megh Raga with his conch shell (male figure, the metaphor of musical tune). His first wife named Madhumadhabi watching his activities.
Size - 29.2 / W - 36.1 inch.
Medium - Oil on stretched canvas with wooden stretcher bar.
Will be shipped in the wooden ply box.
Country of Origin - India
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