This is an exquisite framed painting in water colours by upcoming artist Subhendu from West Bengal depicting the holy temple of Gangotri - Holy abode of the Goddess Ganga.
The Gangotri Temple - One of the four important parts of the Chota Char Dham Yatra, Gangotri is situated in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. It is the place where Goddess Ganga descended from the mighty locks of Lord Shiva.
The Temple is the holy abode of the Goddess where she is revered by her devotees. The mighty river Ganga originates from Gaumukh, the holy place in the Gangotri glacier nearby and is visited after seeking blessings at Yamunotri.
Starting to paint at a very young age, Subhendu's water colours are full of vibrant scenes painted in vivid colours depicting Indian heritage, temples and landscapes with the natural elements surrounding them bringing each of his paintings to life.
Dark brown frame size : 52 cm x 42 cm
Size of the painting : 37 cm x 26 cm
Border: Off white framing paper.
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