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RAMA PATTABHISHEKHAM

About Art: RAMA PATTABHISHEKHAM

In the enchanting realm of Kalamkari artwork, an ancient Indian tradition renowned for its intricate beauty and masterful storytelling, every stroke of the brus weaves a narrative that transcends time and space. With meticulous care, Kalamkari artisans employ natural dyes and traditional techniques to breathe life into each piece, infusing vibrant colours and intricate patterns that echo the depths of myth, legend, and cultural heritage. At the heart of this captivating artistic display lies the resplendent tale of Rama Pattabhishekham, the coronation of Lord Rama. In this majestic scene, Lord Rama emerges adorned in robes of royal blue and gold, radiating regal grace and divine authority, while his devoted Sita and steadfast Lakshmana stand by his side in unwavering loyalty. Within the celestial realm depicted by Kalamkari's intricate brushwork, celestial beings descend, their ethereal presence suffusing the scene with a divine luminescence that illuminates the very essence of Ayodhya's anticipation and splendour. The air resonates with the harmonious melodies of celestial rejoicing, as the heavens themselves bear witness to the triumph of righteousness embodied in Rama's coronation.

Rama Pattabhishekham transcends mere depiction; it becomes a profound allegory of the eternal struggle between good and evil, courage and adversity. Amidst the bustling terminal's transient chaos, travellers are invited to find solace and inspiration in the timeless splendour of Rama's coronation, where Kalamkari's sacred artistry brings to life the very essence of divinity and righteousness, echoing through the ages with unparalleled beauty and grace.

About the Artist: K.Siva Prasad Reddy

K Siva Prasad Reddy is a Kalamkari artist hailing from the Tanguturu village in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. The artist’s most notable accomplishment is his large-scale Kalamkari work, completed in 2002, which was, at the time, the longest work of Kalamkari art to ever have been produced. The artwork depicted more than 2,000 images referring to the Hindu epics and scriptures, namely Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Bhagavad Gita.

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