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Realism Drawing with Charcoal on Paper "Maharani Padmini Mahal" art by Abhishek Taluka
Realism Drawing with Charcoal on Paper "Maharani Padmini Mahal" art by Abhishek Taluka
Maharani Padmini Mahal
Price: ₹ 48,500

Product code: IG126

Drawing: Charcoal on Paper

Size: 30.0 X 22.0 inch (WxH)

Art by: Abhishek Taluka

Artist certificate: Available

Created in: 2018

Original artwork: Yes

To be shipped as: Rolled

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Charcoal drawing of Maharani Padmini Mahal (Queen Padmini Palace) which is located in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan.

This beautiful artwork has been done by Artist Abhishek Taluka. Paper size 30 x 22 inch

Rani (Queen) Padmini was also known Padmavati who was queen of Mewar (Mewad), Rajasthan in 13th-14th century. Padmini was a beautiful princess of the Singhal Kingdom in Srilanka. She got married to Rajput Rular of Mewar King Ratan Sen (Ratnasimha).

The sultan (king) of Delhi, Alauddin Khalji, had a lust for Queen Padmavati after seeing her just for once. After failing all his endeavours the last option to conquer her was to captivate her husband King Ratan Sen of Chittor. However his last attempt was also went in vain as Queen Padmavati outsmarted him and rescued her husband. There was a battle fought between the two kings and Khalji won owing to his unfair battle rules. But it did not claim his victory as by the time he went to the Palace of Chittor to capture Queen Padmavati she had embraced herself into the flames of fire, performing Jauhar (mass self-immolation by women to avoid enslavement) jumping into the fire, after she had learnt that she lost her husband. 



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Drawing: Charcoal on Paper
Art by: Abhishek Taluka
Size: 30.0 X 22.0 inch (WxH)

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