Home : : Bishworupa (Sold Out)

  • Newari religion painting
  • painted Style: 17 century
Materials: Real Natural Mineral Pigments, 24K Gold Paint Embellishment, Cotton Canvas
Size:(7X10 ft)

Description:Bishworupa is on of a Universal form of God Shiva. Meanwhile, the Bhishworupa has many designations by different people as the different religion. Just like in Bouddhist religion, believe that Bishworupa is a Universal form of Shaharshavuj Avalekiteshwor. Even Hindu religion, there are two theory of designation. One side, devotees of god has believed that Bishworupa is a universal form of Bishnu. He has power to make continuation of the universe. He is the real energy of the universe.For example, 6 km far from the Bhaktapur in the North side, there is a temple of Changu Narayan which was made by King Mandev. At the corner side of west & south of the temple, there are statue of Bishworupa made by stone. It is indicates that Bishworupa is also next form of Bishnu.The other side, people believe that Bishworupa is universal form of Shiva. He has the power of destruction. He can do anything to the Universe. People believed that he is a power of real energy for Generation, Operation, and Destruction to the Universe. So it is called that he is a real energy of the Universe. We believe with based on wall painting of 55 windows Darbar Squire (55 Jhyal Darbar) which was made by King Bhupatindra Malla of Bhaktapur.King Bhupatindra Malla was a successful king of his reign since AD 1698 to 1722. He was King of Bhaktapur in middle age. In his period, there were made most of temple and many artistic materials were developed. King Bhupatindra Malla was interested about fine arts as himself. He used to paint wall painting. Still, we can see lots of wall painting in the area of Bhaktapur Darbar which was made by him. In side of 55 windows Darbar, there is large wall painting at fourth side of room. That wall painting was in restoration situation. Now, it is being renovation.
The Bishworupa wall painting is situated in the 55 windows Darbar which was in full side on the wall made by King Bhupatindra Malla. The room was he used to his sacred room. In the wall painting, King Bhupatindra Malla defines himself in image of Bishworupa that he is one of the forms of Bishworupa. In this way, he just put moustache on the face of painting. It can see on the painting.Mr. Sudarshan Suwal thanka artist tried to copy as same as a possible even the original wall painting is large and indistinct. He made 7 X 10 feet in size. He also used pigments stone colour and real gold. He spent 20 months for completing the painting. The painting has become such as a good painting and it is explicit whoever can see easily and understand. According to painting, the Bishworupa is standing on thorn asana with his consort. He has 1000 arms and all arms hold head and deities. He just holds Sun with his chariot by his first couple of arms. He has 62 heads. There are also lots of deities on his body figure. Also there is a face on the stomach of Bishworupa which is showing the birth of the mundane existence. He had 8 legs. He just wearing garland of deities and scull head. There are 14 deities at bottom side. At the side of main figure, there are garland of several heads. Just side of the heads, there are lots of fires. It is indicates that the Bishworupa is more energy and most powerful god. Both side of figure, there are shown scene of mundane in 10 steps where the most of armies and battlefield, kings and their life style and people and devotees. In some steps, there are showing about traditional festival and their relative people.In this way, the painting is depicted with different kind of feature

Note-The avobe painting is Free from Shipping charge for the price and Details Please Contact us at ssuwal@mos.com.np or +977-9851098930