Indian Wedding Procession: Emboss Painting

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The "Indian Wedding Procession" scene portrayed above was more prominent in Western India. After the wedding rituals were completed, the bride's vidai took place, in which her family and friends bid her farewell from her parents' house. And then the groom and his family headed back to their home, with the bride.

The groom, riding a horse or an elephant, was accompanied by musicians playing drums, flutes, trumpets etc. And amidst all the fanfare, and all those people, was the new bride, seated in a doli that was carried by kahaars.

I got this Wall Art design as a kit from the market. So I didn't have to prepare the base for embossing. Nevertheless, it took some time painting all the detailed parts of the design, though it was still easier to do than the Radha Krishna painting! I later found a similar wedding procession kit with the groom riding an elephant in stead of the horse. Made that as a gift for a friend... unfortunately, forgot to take a picture of it before posting it off!

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Framed Size: 23 inches (width) by 13.5 inches (height)
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