The painting represents Indian mythological story of "Samudra Manthan" wherein fourteen Ratnas (gems or treasures) were derived. One of these, and arguably the most celebrated Ratna was Goddess Lakshmi herself.
Studio at; House No. 141,Sector 1,
ARTIST Vasundhara, Ghaziabad,
Qualification :- B. F. A. (Painting) 1984 College of Art, 20-22, Tilak Marg, New Delhi 110001
Theme of Paintings :- Ethnic India & Indian Mythology
Exhibitions :- Solo Shows at;
-Lalit Kala Akademi(December, 2019),
-Indian Art Festival Mumbai & Delhi
(January, 2017, November, 2017,
November, 2018, January, 2019,
November, 2019, January, 2020)
Collections :- Various Private Collections in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Mumbai, FTII, Pune, Doordarshan Kendra, Delhi, Central Production Center, N. Delhi, DD News, Delhi Press, MBD Group of Publications, NCERT, Kala Bhawan Art Gallery.
I use my canvas and paints to emote my inner soul through my paintings, where I present my obiesance to the religious hues. India is a land of reliogion and mystic, where every God is celebrated in human form with human emotions, I wish to convey these using my work.