Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph
Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph

Vintage Framed Hindu God Lord Brahma Devotional Puja Print Lithograph

Regular price
£145.00
Sale price
£120.00

This beautiful print, heavily decorated with sequins in the most stunning heavy frame is of Lord Brahma, the hindu God of creation 

Brahma is the first god in the Hindu triumvirate. The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. Within the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, Lord Brahma is the Creator, Lord Vishnu the Preserver, and Lord Shiva the Destroyer. Lord Brahma, the Creator God of the Trinity appears seated on a lotus (a symbol of glorious existence). He has four heads and hands. In each hand he holds a sacrificial tool, the Vedas (knowledge), a water pot and a rosary or mala respectively. Unlike most other Hindu Gods, none of his arms holds a weapon. The four faces of Brahma are said to represent the four Vedas (sacred texts). The lotus symbolizes reality, and his heads also represent four ways we perceive that reality, namely: the mind, the intellect, the ego and conditioned-consciousness.

Size: 59cm x 44cm

It is important to understand that these are not just images of Gods; they are Gods - Gods incarnate in their printed image. During puja (worship) the Gods are invited to descend into their images and are treated as guests. Offerings of fruit, flowers, and sweets are placed before these prints, prayers chanted to them, incense burned before them, and garlands of marigolds are hung around their frames.

This print has gone through many monsoons (with months of humidity), so it may have some staining and discoloration, along with some chips in the frame, that come with daily use and age. The print is mounted in its original frame and glass which is very rare to come across these days. The print has been left exactly how it was from its time of use. The glass might be marked and dusty but this all adds to it's beautiful and Holy life of being worshiped daily.

In the period following independence in 1947 in India, the religious print business in India grew dramatically in its scale and diversity. All the prints I import from India are from this era and are a lot more colorful and bold in comparison to the very early prints in the late 1800's.

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