luvly shot of a beautiful painting. wish i cud take a picture like this painting!
My wife and I had the good fortune to spend a summer in India in 1994 with an NGO in Mussoorie. I continue to help MGVS (mgvsnews.org) with their work by editing a newsletter for them. I am also fascinated with the culture and history of India. So glad I found your site. Look forward to reading more.
Beautiful and so life like.Rustic village colors so delightfully reflected. A real joy to be able to view such paintings. By the way who was the original painter ?Have a nice Day.Ram
It's nice to see how animals and people can share the planet.
This is really a nice painting and it is actually true !! I have actually seen this in reality and moreover this is a peaceful life for the villagers..Great Rajesh..Nice Post..Do check my another blog also i.e.Unseen Rajasthan
Truly it depicts the rural life of a village :)
Wonderful! Love to wander in a village like that!!
Nice painting. Thanks once again for the tour of this exotic and beautiful place.
That is a wonderful painting. Are these very expensive?
Lovely life in your country,it looks friendly :)
Thats a lovely picture.
I will never forget the nice people along the roads as well as the camels being part of the traffic.
very pretty painting!
I have been only to Jaipur. I loved the place. So much to see! And lovely handicrafts. More pictures please.
Are they contemporary painting for contemporary scenes? Are they prints or real art works by local artists? I also like the Lady from Village, both of them are quite nice.
Beautiful painting. Great depiction of a simple and happy lifestyle :)
i clicked to have a closer view. it is indeed beautiful
That is a wonderful painting.
Prospero: Thanks, very true. Ram, Unseen, Deepak, Kirigalpothatha, Anya, JM, Ailurophile: Thanks, it superbly depicts the village. Ash, Sandeep, Siva, pranksygang, Regina, Marju, easy, Maggie: Thanks. Chris: Thanks, I look forward to your thoughts more often. You are doing a amazing service.magiceye, Sujata, Bengbeng, Laurie: Thanks. Sandy: Thanks. They are not expensive. Grace & Bradley: Thanks. These are the paintings from lesser known local artists. As print these are sold in local markets. Radha: Thanks, it is a nice place. I look forward to your thoughts more often.
Rajesh, I enjoy these posts where you post paintings that reflect the life in India. It's a beautiful introduction.
Thanks, this does reflect the village. But things are changing for better.
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