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An extraordinary carved 19th century wood sculpture showing Kumbhakarna and Sita (Rama’s wife) fighting the army of Monkeys. The quality and detail of this piece is quite beautiful as is the patination.

Asian Art Museum Storyteller Amit Pendyal tells a scene from the Rama epic (Ramayana) with the use of artworks in the museum’s collection. Discover more fresh takes on this ageless tale in the exhibition, ‘The Rama Epic: Hero, Heroine, Ally, Foe.’

Dimensions

Height 28.00 inch. Width 15.00 inch.


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