Inspired by the journey to motherhood, this print illustrates the beauty of contradictions. Like a forest at night, dense and dark yet fully illuminated by the moon, mystical and unknown yet peaceful and calm awaiting a new beginning.
70cm x 170cm
Designed in Canada / Hand-finished by local women artisans in India
A large number of the Deccan style Pichvai’s depict clusters of Gopis and large exquisitely foliaged mystical trees. Among the Pichwais, the festival of Sharad Purnima - the first full moon night (Purnima) of the monsoon, which marks the onset of autumn (Sharad). Pichwai's depicting this celebration usually show Shrinathji in the center, flanked by beautiful gopis (cow-heard girls), both sides along with trees.
This item ships from RARA's studio in Toronto. Packages come directly from each designer and therefore may arrive from multiple locations, taking varying times to prepare and deliver
RARA is a story of survival; inspired out of a love for rare animals and rare art forms. Born in India, now living and working in Toronto, Radhika Maheshwar founded RARA as a way to revive and highlights the many ancient art forms and processes she grew up with. Giving the traditions a new life through modern interpretations, each collection depicts a unique endangered animal.
RARA designs designed in Canada, hand-finished by local women artisans, in India using 100% silk. Radhika donates 10% of profits toward the conservation of the animal featured in each collection.