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English: Opaque watercolour painting of Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa seated on the arms of Kabandha. Kabandha has a huge head to which are attached long strong arms and short legs. He has flame-like reddish hair, sports a moustache, and on his forehead are vibhuti (cow dung ash) and a tripundra (three horizontal lines). He wears a fillet around his head and various types of earrings and bracelets. The green-complexioned Rāma and the gold-complexioned Lakṣmaṇa, bow and quiver slung over their shoulders and brandishing swords, sit on Kabandha’s arms in order to cut them off.
Date circa 1830
date QS:P,+1830-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Author Company School


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