Popular print of the Jagannātha triad -Jagannātha, Subhadrā and Balarāma- who are shown adorned in silk, garlanded and set against a blue background. Although the faces remain highly formalised, the two male images have anthropomorphised hands and feet in which they carry attributes. At the feet of Jagannātha sit diminutive images of Sarasvātī and Lakṣmī as well as an image of a Jagannātha doll much like the one pictured in the main image.
- Printed in: Puri
- (Asia,South Asia,India,Orissa (India),Puri)
- Length: 31.5 centimetres
- Width: 23 centimetres
Inscription PositionLower edge
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Object reference number: RFI34870
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