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Brahmakunda Talao

Brahmakunda Talao

The Jakhmata Devi temple was constructed by Juhu resident Raghunath Putlaji Rane in 1896. As Rane began digging a well adjacent to the temple, he found an idol of Devi Sitala for which he built another temple. As he further excavated he found an impression of Brahma's lotus foot and hence he named the well Brahmakunda. 

  • Original Hand-painted Watercolour and mixed media.

  • Paper Size - 9 x 12 inches

  • Paper - 300 GSM 100% Cotton Watercolour Paper

  • The artwork is unframed, however I recommend it be framed with a mat surrounding it and a glass for the artwork to remain bright and colourful and stay with you for long. 

  • The colours in actuality may differ slightly due to a difference on your viewing screen. 

  • Only one painting will be sent, other accessories shown in the image are not included. 

  • The framed wall decor image is for representative purpose only and not a true representation of its size.

  • All Artwork is copyright protected.

  • Ships Worldwide.

  • Signed by the Artist.




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