Rama Darbar, the coronation of Rama at Ayodhya. Maratha period Tanjore style, Tamilnadu circa AD 1825-50, Maratha period cloth pasted on wood, 270*249 CM with frame.
Rama with sita seated on throne after his coronation ceremony accompanied by Lakshmana, Bharata, Shatrughana, Hanuman and several nobles and sages. He ruled for justice, truthfulness, human values, righteousness, and goals of betterment of all alike. This large size painting is a masterpiece creation of Tanjore style in the collection of National Museum, New Delhi. This large painting was earlier in the collection of the Maratha royal family of Thanjavur.This is the only largest painting existing at National Museum, Delhi.
Posted on 9/11/2019
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Humanity is bigger than this verdict or religion or God.
People from both the religions are living with Peace and Harmony over here. Let’s withstand that and prove to the world that India is a country of “Unity in Diversity”.
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