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Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room

Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
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Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
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Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
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  • Stock: In Stock
  • Brand: MPRO-TECH
  • Model: SARADAMA37
  • Volumetric Weight: 500.00g
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Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room Size 16" x 24" Inches

  • Material: Cotton Fabric Canvas Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
  • Size: 16" Inches Wide x 24" Inches Height...40 cm x 60 cm
  • Painting: liquid acrylic  Spray Painting on Cotton Fabric Canvas
  • MPRO-TECH Brand Maa Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room
  • Unframed -We will Ship Only Canvas Painting Carefully Rolled in PVC tubes
  • You can frame as you like

                               

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MATERIAL QUALITY 

Maa Sarada Painting on canvas for living room is a lifetime color base product not require glass ( But You can Frame With Glass For Protect From Dust) for the frame and does not require any restriction to hang on the wall its looks like a hand painting. it's moisture-proof...Eco Canvas color may be fade after 2 to 3 years if the painting placed a heated area or direct sunlight area... Require AC room For this canvas. for the frame, sarada maa painting, Vedanta Society, ramkrishna sarada maa photo Maa Sarada, Ramakrishna Mission, sarada devi original photo, ramkrishna sarada maa photo, bharat sevashram sangha, Maa Sarada Painting


FRAME DETAIL

We are not providing a frame because having a 90 % possibility of damage from courier Handling and Require extra cost of courier charges. because it's too big size canvas... The Readymade frame is not good for high-class flat and residential houses...Wall beauty depends on the frame and finishes so you can choose a good quality frame as you like...

SHIPPING

Free Shipping All Over India...We will ship via Reputed Courier...We Will ship carefully rolled in PVC Tube

Holy Mother Sarada Devi was born on 22 December 1853. She was married to Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa in May 1859. She served as a source of power and inspiration to Ramakrishna. After Ramakrishna's passing, she became a mother figure to the distressed, the poor and the rich alike. Swami Vivekananda founded Belur Math, but Mother Sarada resided at Mayer Bari in Baghbazar.


Mayer Bari became a wellspring of inspiration and solace for revolutionaries. Even Bagha Jatin came to seek Holy Mother's blessings and after touching her feet, he prayed for her blessings. Mother blessed him and motivated him in his sacrifice for the motherland. Nanibala Devi was another dedicated revolutionary who sought Mother's blessings.


Mother Sarada and the Ramakrishna Mission became a place of consolation and security for revolutionaries. Holy Mother also sanctified the following revolutionaries, who later became monks of the Mission: Debabrata Basu (Swami Projnananda), Sachin Sen (Swami Chinmayananda), Nagendra Nath Sarkar (Swami Sahajananda), Priya Nath Dasgupta (Swami Atmaprakashananda), Satish Das Gupta (Swami Satyananda), Dhiren Das Gupta (Swami Sambuddhananda), Radhika Mohan Adhikary (Swami Sundarananda), Bisweswar Bandyopadhyay (Swami Tapananda), Indra Dayal Bhattacharya (Swami Premeshananda), Dinesh Das Gupta (Swami Nikhilananda), Atul Chandra Gupta (Swami Avayananda).


Mother also blessed the following revolutionaries, although they did not become monks: Ramchandra Majumdar, Makhanlal Sen, Bijay Kumar Nag, Dinesh Mustafi, Suren Kar, and others. Thus, it can be unequivocally stated that Holy Mother Sarada Devi truly became the mother figure for all.

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