A beautiful handmade wooden wall/table plate with a top of Patachitra folk art that originated in Odisha in the 12 century.
The plate depicts Yashoda peering into the little mouth of Bal Krishna, and her astonishment on seeing the universe in his little mouth. She realizes that her little son is not human but divine.
Patachitra is a world renowned Indian folk art orginating from Odisha in the 12th century. It has thrived with time and has been passed down generations
These gods are auspicious for new beginnings and continued prosperity as per Hindu mythology.
This wall plate has been painstakingly made over a week and is detailed with fine workmanship.
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Material : MDF/ Engineered Wood
Dimension : 8 inches diameter