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  Title : Coiled by The Serpent Lasso
  Artist : I Gusti Ketut Kobot
  Media : Ink and tempera on papper
  Size : 53 x 73 cm
  Year : 1953
Description:
In the Hindu Ramayana epic, Rama plans to rescue his wife Sita, abducted by ogre king Rawana of Langka. Indrajit (right), Rawana's son, shoots his nagapasa (serpent lasso) which binds Rama and his brother Laksmana (center left), and monkey king Sugriwa and Anggada (left). Wibhisana (center right), Rawana's brother allied with Rama, prays for help.

  Title : The birth Of Bhoma
  Artist : I Gusti Ketut Kobot
  Media : Acrylic On Canvas
  Size : 50 x 50 cm
  Year : 1972
Description:
In the Hindu Linggodbhawa story, Brahma (God of Creation) and Wisnu (God of life and Preservation) argue over who is greater (upper left). Siwa (God of Destruction and Reincarnation) is angered by this nonsese and manifests himself as a huge monsterfaced, flaming lingga (phallic symbol). Brahma ascends as a bird to find its tip which he never does meet. greatest.

  Title : The Pandawas In Disguise
  Artist : Ida Bagus Rai
  Media : Acrylic On Canvas
  Size : 139 x 128 cm
  Year : 1972
Description:
In the Wanaparwa (Book of the Forest) of the Hindu Mahabharata epic, the noble Pandawa brothers Nakula, Sahadewa, Bhima, Yudisthira, and Arjuna (left to right) and their common wife Drupadi are exiled into the forest for thirteen years by their evil Korawa cousins. The final year must be spent in disguise; if discovered, then the exile is repeated. The Pandawas repeated. The Pandawas prepare themselves by hiding their garments and weapons in a tree.

  Title : Battle At Kurusetra
  Artist : I Gusti Ketut Kobot
  Media : Tempera On Canvas
  Size : 70 x 141 cm
  Year : 1966
Description:
The Bharatayudha war of the Hindu Mahabharata epic is fought on the battlefield of Kurusetra. Karna (left) of the evil Korawa fights his halfbrother Arjuna (right) of the noble Pandawa. Salya favors the Pandawa and pulls the reins to raise Karna's horses. Aswatama (lower life) sees the deception and vows revenge on Salya. Kresna also lets Arjuna's chariot drop Arjuna's chariot drop forward, so Karna's arrow strikes Arjuna's hair. Surya (God of the Sun) in a winged disc watches his son Karna as serpent Ardawalika attacks (upper center, left and right). Divine figures hover above and attendants flight below.

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