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Goddess Saraswati Playing Veena I Calendar Art I Bazaar Art I Indian Art I Vintage Indian Prints I Wallart I Home Decor

Goddess Saraswati Playing Veena I Calendar Art I Bazaar Art I Indian Art I Vintage Indian Prints I Wallart I Home Decor

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Vintage Indian Calendar Art Prints also known as Bazaar Art is a beautiful and unique way to adorn your home with the charm of old-world India!

Goddess Saraswati is a Hindu deity associated with knowledge, wisdom, learning, music, and the arts. She is usually depicted as a beautiful woman with four arms, sitting on a white lotus, and holding a veena (a musical instrument), a book or scroll, a mala (rosary), and sometimes a pot of water or a swan. Saraswati is the wife of Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe, and is considered one of the three main goddesses in Hinduism, along with Lakshmi and Parvati. She is worshipped by students, scholars, artists, musicians, and anyone seeking knowledge and creativity.

In Hindu mythology, Saraswati is often associated with the sacred river Saraswati, which was believed to have dried up thousands of years ago. She is also associated with the color white, which represents purity and knowledge, and with the swan, which symbolizes grace and discrimination.

India calendar art of India started in the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first century. With the advent of printing presses India welcomed these prints to their homes with gods and often historical figures at first and using more contemporary icons in the later years. 

Apart from adorning walls, Lithography also revolutionized Indian society by facilitating the dissemination of powerful and influential messages to a much wider population. The cost-effective technology enabled people to express anti-imperialist sentiments in both private or public spaces, effectively arming citizens with inspirational propaganda that served as just cause for uprisings against British rule. Revolutionary leaders were even immortalized through iconic lithographic images!

These beautiful Calendar Art prints are perfect for adding a touch of India’s timeless beauty to your home or office. Whether you choose to hang them in your living room, bedroom, or study, they are sure to be a conversation starter and a focal point of any room.

In addition to their aesthetic value, our Vintage Indian Calendar Art Prints also make excellent gifts for your loved ones. Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary, or any other special occasion, these prints are a thoughtful and meaningful way to show someone you care.

So why wait? Browse our collection today and discover the magic of Vintage Indian Calendar Art Prints for yourself!

Materials

Works on paper with a glass frame

Dimensions

19.4 Inches X 14.5 Inches

Care information

Dry clean only.

Fragile, Handle with Care
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