Subject: Jain Painting
Paint Material:Oil colors
Base Material: Canvas (unframed)
Size: 9 in. wide X 12 in. tall (23 cms X 30.5 cms).
Age: Modern Handmade Art
Country of origin: India
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Add interest to a room or collection with this superb Jain artwork.
The artist has done a marvelous job with vivid, eye-catching colors to bring out the crisp details of this Jain artwork….the painting simply has to be seen to be believed.
Jain scriptures define the term tirthankara as follows: the contrivance which help us to cross the great ocean of worldly life is called Tirtha and the person who makes that tirtha is known as tirthankara.
According to Jain beliefs, Rishabhadev was the first Tirthankar of the present age. Because of this, he had the name of Adinath.
Rishabh existed before civilization developed. He taught people agriculture, tending of animals, cooking, and more.
His eldest son – Bharat – was a chakravarti king – the conqueror of the known world. In the later part of his life he retired to become a monk and attained moksha and is occasionally worshiped. According to the Jain beliefs, India was named Bhārat-varsh or Bhārat after him.
Rishabha has also been mentioned in the Hindu text of the Bhagavata Purana as an avatar of Vishnu.
This art captures the complex symbolic aspects of Jain religion.
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