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Camel rider on Stamp paper Camel, the ship of dessert, has been a preferred choice for Royal class. In the dessert area of Rajasthan (state of India), it is associated with love. Many stories have theme revolving around valor and help of the camel.  In this painting artist has tried to associate folk tales and royal attire with traditional art. The...

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Dola Maru on Stamp paper Rajasthan, the desert state of India, is full of love story. Once there lived love birds in the desert sands. Girl’s family was not accepting this relationship. The boy fled with the girl on the ship of the desert, camel. The scene from the story of “Dola Maru” has been recreated in the painting. It...

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Elephant riders on stamp paper Traditionally in India elephants are used to showcase power and majesty. The other tradition is of decorating animals with ornaments. In the painting princes are seen undertaking a leisure journey. The decoration enhances the beauty of the painting. The painting is made on old, used, court’s stamp paper.  These were used in princely states in...

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Elephant on Stamp paper In Indian culture, elephant has a special place. Lord Ganpati, one of the prime God, has elephant’s head. Therefore it is assumed to be auspicious to have elephant symbol in the home. The other tradition in India is of colorfully decorating animals with bells, clothes, colorful robes and other decorative. The artist has tried to recreate...

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Elephants in wilderness on Stamp paper Elephants are special for the Tropical ecosystem. They are the guides of the forests. They are known for their sharp memory. They lead the migrating animals groups in case of seasonal migration due to draughts. The painting depicts a royal elephant highly decorated by gems and jewels. In the background wild elephants can be...

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King and Mahout riding elephant on stamp paper Elephants have been a traditional way of showing power and majesty in Indian subcontinent. The sheer power of elephant has won battles for many Kings. To show power King used to ride Elephant. It also gave good view of the surrounding to the King. The painting depicts one of the scenes from...

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King and Mahout riding elephant on stamp paper Elephants have been a traditional way of showing power and majesty in Indian subcontinent. The sheer power of elephant has won battles for many Kings. To show power King used to ride Elephant. It also gave good view of the surrounding to the King. The painting depicts one of the scenes from...

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Lion hunting on Stamp paper Hunting has been favorite sports for royals. It serves as a training ground and preparation place for battles. Hunting animals sitting on an elephant provides advantage of height and brutal strength of mammoth animal. The painting here depicts the scene from hunting ground where two royal persons are hunting lion with the help of spears....

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Queen riding elephant on Stamp paper Elephant as a ride has been preferred by royal people. They are preferred for their height and majesty. Riders get a view of the scenery from a height. The artist in the painting has tried to recreate the scene from royal dynasty. In the painting queen is seen riding the elephant. The attendants are...

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Rajasthani (Badmeri) turban on stamp paper Turban, an integral part of Indian culture, is symbol of status, class and region. In the desert it developed for protecting head from heat. It also acts as a pillow, water purifier, rope or bed while travelling. Later it became a fashion statement. The painting portrays turban worn at desert region of Badmer in...

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Rajasthani (Jodhpuri) turban on stamp paper Turban, an integral part of Indian culture, is symbol of status, class and region. In the desert it developed for protecting head from heat. It also acts as a pillow, water purifier, rope or bed while travelling. Later it became a fashion statement. The painting portrays turban worn at desert region of Jodhpur in...

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Rajasthani skirt on stamp paper Fashion is ever changing. The attire of the past is now seen with amazement. This is skirt for Ladies. Floral designs have always been in demand, which can also be seen on the dress material. The painting is made on old, used, court’s stamp paper.  These were used in princely states in present day Rajasthan....

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Rajasthani Tunic on stamp paper Fashion is ever changing. The attire of the past is now seen with amazement. This is tunic for gents. Similar to Greeks and Roman, in India also people preferred to cover upper body using dress material which came till knees. Floral designs have always been in demand, which can also be seen on the dress...

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Tiger on Stamp paper Golden striped cat, tiger, is the specialty of Indian subcontinent. Today they are endangered animals but earlier they used to rule the forests. They are known for their swiftness and power.  They are also the national animal of India. The painting is made on old, used, court’s stamp paper.  These were used in princely states in...

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Love scene on Stamp paper The most important thing among couple is Love. A portrait or painting of love scene in house reminds the couples in the family about the love and affection. It helps to maintain the love quotient in the house. The artist has tries to depict the love and affection among prince and princess. Every man is...

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Horse on Stamp paper Horses have an integral part with Indian culture. Apart from war, they find their use in marriages of North Indian society, where bride groom reaches to bride’s home on horse. The other tradition in India is of colorfully decorating animals with bells, clothes, colorful robes and other decorative. The artist has tried to recreate the image...

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Royal procession on Stamp paper Before the invention of motorized vehicles, means of transportation were comparatively slow. The major ways of transportation were foot, camel, elephant, horse, ox-cart and palanquin. The royal processions moved with their armies and food supply. In the painting a royal procession is seen at the entrance of a fort. It also depicts major ways of...

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Tiger hunting on Stamp paper Hunting has been favorite sports for royals. It serves as a training ground and preparation place for battles. Hunting animals sitting on a horse provides advantage of speed and swiftness of the horse. The painting here depicts the scene from hunting ground where King tries to kill the tiger with the help of his sword....

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Turban set on stamp paper Turban, an integral part of Indian culture, is symbol of status, class and region. In the desert it developed for protecting head from heat. It also acts as a pillow, water purifier, rope or bed while travelling. Later it became a fashion statement. The painting portrays different colour turban set. White green striped is for...

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Wild Elephant In Indian culture, elephant has a special place. Lord Ganpati, one of the prime God, has elephant’s head. Therefore it is assumed to be auspicious to have elephant symbol in the home. The other tradition in India is of colorfully decorating animals with bells, clothes, colorful robes and other decorative. The artist has tried to recreate the image...

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Women riders on stamp paper Elephant, camel and horse have always been preferred means of transportation. The painting here depicts all the three means used by women for a stroll. The animals are decorated with ornaments and decorations which signifies the traditional process of decorations. It also strengthens the women empowerment concept as they are seen capable of handling mighty...

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