Geetopadesam (Jnanavijnana Yoga) - Hand Painted Mural Painting from the Mahabaratha series
This beautiful Painting is part of a series of paintings depicting the story and characters in Mahabaratha. The Mural Painting depicts the verse in the Bhagavad Gita below.
"O Arjuna, the best of the Bharatas, four types of pious persons render devotional service unto Me; the distressed the seeker of knowledge , desirers of wealth and men of wisdom"
Jnana-Vijnana: The title of the seventh chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is Jnana-Vijnana Yoga. It comes directly from Lord Krishna’s promise to Arjuna in the 2nd verse where he assures him that after this exhaustive instruction, there will be nothing further left for him to know. Jnana-Vijnana Yoga begins with an exhortation by Krishna to Arjuna that he should totally surrender to him and carefully listen to his teachings, and in return promises Arjuna that he will completely reveal himself and all aspects of knowledge with nothing left to be known. This is a rare opportunity for Arjuna as only a small fraction of people make any effort to realize Him and of those few who do make an effort, fewer still get to know him in his essence.
This Mural painting is intricately hand painted and will instantly give your room a touch of elegance. The painting is hand painted by renowned kerala mural artist Viji Murugan
This painting is ideal for gifting as well.
Height : 30 inches
Width: 40.5 inches
Usage: The picture is painted on a canvas cloth. It needs to be framed and can be hung on the wall. (Frame is NOT included with the product)
Please note that this product is hand painted. Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the production process. There might be slight variation in colour.