Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mythical Colors.

Sorry for being MIA for sooo long...but a Loooong India Trip certainly kept me on my toes! After a refreshing and relaxing holiday in the homeland am back on German grounds and back to blogging!
The latest on my " painting" front is this lovely mural i made as a gift to my In-Laws. Have a look .

"Ramachandra Rajyabhishekh"
Acrylics on Canvas

So what do you think ? Let me know below..

As of now am back to reading (my first love)...Books on the book shelf right now include a couple of P.G Wodehouses and The Pregnant King by Devdutt Patnaik. I would recommend The Pregnant King to all you book lovers out there. Well , my Deutsch books seem to be calling me for another round of wrestling with the words. Till then ...

P.S: The picture in this blogpost is mine . Please donot copy without permission. I am willing to share.


  1. Welcome back :) this painting is really lovely wish I could get such a wonderful gift

  2. Really nice art work.lucky mom in law !!:)

    1. Thanks a heap Sarmishtha! How have u been? :)

  3. nice painting..were have you vanished?

  4. @Nayana...Thank you and sorry for the late reply as well. I have joined a graduate research oriented program and hence can just not find the time to blog ..plus i am now painting as a full time job!

  5. Poonam madam

    Namaste and Happy Diwali wishes to you, to your family members and friends.

    Poonam madam you have an amazing blog. Your mural painting is simply superb and look like real murals painted by Kerala artists during those days.

    Poonam madam your other paintings are also so beautiful.

    Poonam madam best wishes for your arts,crafts and paintings projects.

    Poonam madam this is my Diwali message "Lamps of India" which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.


    Poonam madam please look into my Lamps of India message and share your valuable comments.

    Poonam madam i hope you like my blog and join as a member to my Heritage of India blog.

    Poonam madam these are Kerala Mural paintings which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.