Gada of Mahabharata, Original Art, Abstract painting


Size: 24 H x 33.9 W x 0 in

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Painting: Acrylic and Pastel on Paper.

The gada (Sanskrit: gada, Malay: gedak) is a blunt mace or club from India. Made either of wood or metal, it consists essentially of a spherical head mounted on a shaft, with a spike on the top. Outside India, the gada was also adopted in Southeast Asia, where it is still used in silat.
The gada is the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman. Known for his strength, Hanuman is traditionally worshipped by wrestlers in South and Southeast Asia. Vishnu also carries a gada named Kaumodaki in one of his four hands. In the Mahabharata epic, the fighters Bhima, Duryodhana, Jarasandha, Balarama and others were said to be masters of the gada.

Original mixed media on watercolor paper,
Dimensions 34 by 24 inch, (86 by 61 cm)

Signed on the front. Signed and dated on the back.
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Keywords: Abstract Art, Original Painting, Buy Art Online, Buy Original Abstract, Original Abstract

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism

Mediums: Acrylic, Pastel

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