White Rice Pigment on Red Ochre
75 x 107 cm
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There are two mountains in this painting. One is Ashergad and the other one, Ghambhirgad. On the Ashergad the Goddesses are dancing. They are enjoying their dancing but during the dance the chief goddess loses her nose ring. On Ghambhirgad the Gods are looking at the Goddesses dancing. The goddesses become embarrassed with modesty . The chief Goddess bends over to find her nose ring and does not see the bank of the mountain and falls down. The moral of the story is, when you are doing good things, don't get embarrassed.