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Mukesh Kumar Dhiman
Nala captures Swan


- - A frequent literary and mythological inspiration among Indian miniaturists was the Naishadha Charita, a 12th century AD Sanskrit poem written by Sriharsha. Considered one of the five great epic poems or mahakavyas in Sanskrit literature, it details the lives of Nala, ruler of the kingdom of Nishadha, and his consort, Damayanti - both characters from the Mahabharata. The dominant emotion in this epic poem is that of love, and it is c
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  • Mukesh Kumar Dhiman
  • Nala captures Swan
  • Signed 'Mukesh' (lower right)
  • Mineral colours and gold  on  handmade paper
  • 8.5 x 12.75 inĀ (21.6 x 32.6 cm)
  • Category: Painting
    Style: Contemporary Miniature
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