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Ram-Sita swayamvar mahubani art work

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The origin of Mithila art can be traced back to the legend of King Janak, who ordered the subjects of the city of Janakpur to paint the walls of their homes to welcome Lord Ram when he came to ask for the hand of his daughter Sita.

According to the psychological symbolism of the Ramayana, Rama represents pure  the divine self. He also represents life according to moral and spiritual principles, he never deviates from them. Although Sita represents divine energy, it means that the energy of our being and self embodies purity.

Specifications –

  • This wall plate is available in 11 Inches size.
  • It is made of MDF and has been sealed with polish.
  • Purely decorative, this wall plate is not meant for serving food items.
  • Comes with a hook behind to hang on the wall.
  • Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Do not wash.

Disclaimer- This product has been handcrafted and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of human involvement in the process.

Shipping information –

The product is shipped within 5 to 7 working days of order information.

Exchange and Return –

Each piece is made to order especially for you. In case of any damage, please share the unboxing video within 5 days of product receipt and we shall send you a new piece.

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