1. About tanjore paintings

    Tanjore Painting is one of the most popular forms of classical South Indian painting. It is the native art form of Thanjavur (also known as Tanjore) city of Tamil Nadu. The dense composition, surface richness and vibrant colors of Indian Thanjavur Paintingsdistinguish them from the other types of paintings.

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  2. Butter Krishna Tanjore Painting

    Butter Krishna, the eternal ruler of hearts, stole butter from the neighbourhood. Along with his friends, he would quietly enter people’s houses and grab clay pots full of freshly churned butter. And hence even till date he is addressed as Makhan Chor, meaning butter thief.

    Krishna stole hearts that were as pure and soft as butter. Just the way butter is white; our hearts need to be spotless. One mustn’t nurse anger, pride, greed, envy, hatred and ego in the heart. Hence, Krishna is also known as Chittachora (one who steals hearts).

    Traditional Handmade Butter Krishna Tanjore Painting made with 24 carat gold foil, semi precious stones, glass pieces and gold. Framed with good quality Teak Wood to add divinity to your pooja rooms. Huge collection of Tanjore teak wood frame. 100% Original. Affordable Costs.

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  3. Pamchamuka Hanumar Tanjore painting

    Pamchamuka Hanumar Tanjore painting

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  4. Tanjore paintings of Goddess Lalita Devi

    Ethnic tanjore arts, we are granted spiritual clarity, and intense love for Divine Mother. The chanting of the Lalita Sahashranama, the Thousand Names of Lalita Devi, brings us great fruit. The Chanter becomes a shining light in the darkness of night.

    Tanjore paintings of Goddess Lalita Devi  is the Divine Mother in the form of her power, Shakti. Lalita is the Goddess of Bliss, an epithet for Lord Shiva’s wife, Goddess Parvathi. ‘Lalita’ also means ‘She Who Plays,’ ‘spontaneous’ or ‘easy.’ Mother Goddess worship saw two major developments - Vedic and Tantrik. Both linked Mother Goddess to samsara, the manifest cycle of birth, death, rebirth; the material world and the realm of eternal change. Mother Goddess was the flow of energy, the substance that embodies the soul and gives form and identity.

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  5. Ganaesh Tanjore Paintings

    LORD GANESHA IN TANJORE ART

    Lord Ganesha, the Hindu God  is the son of lord Siva and Parvathi Devi. Ganesha has the elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears being his speciality. He is popularly known as the God of knowledge and wisdom. He is also called as "Mooshika Vaahan". People initially pray to Lord Ganesh before they start with any work as he is considered to be the first God of Hindu religion. He is also considered to be the lucky God of people. Kids also find Lord Ganesha to be very attractive as his face resembles that of an elephant face.

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  6. Happy Vijayadesami

    Happy Vijaydesami.

    Vijaydesami is celebrated for the victory of Lord Durga Devi. Durga is told as krishna sister. Doing Durga pooja during on the day of vijaydesami gives you and your family prosperity, health, wealth and victory on any work done.

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  7. Ethnic Tanjore Arts Updated

    Sister con sen of R. Ramanujaiah & son. We are established 1901. We have a great Passion on tanjore paintings which made us travel past 5 generations. We are one of the Largest Tanjore arts gallery in Chennai (Tamil Nadu). We have a very wide range of tanjore paintings on Display. We are dealers of Tanjore art materials also. One Stop Shop For All Tanjore Paintings,Materials & Corporate Gifts. We bring you an exclusive selection of traditional Tanjore Paintings made using 22 carat gold foils and teak wood frames. Materials used in the painting include Plywood, Cloth, paints, semi-precious stones, arabic gum, chalk powder and teakwood for the frames

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  8. Hello world!

    Welcome to Magefan blog extension for Magento® 2. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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