Art at India's of Annapolis Restaurant

Some of the many beautiful artifacts at the India's Restaurant.

Women protecting themselves from the sand storm while out gathering water in the desert.

Left:
Krishna playing a flute.

Right:
India's National Bird:  The Peacock.

The King of Dancers, Shiva.

A wall-hanging depicting Krishna driving a chariot to battle.

A lighted plate of Ganesh, the elephant headed deity who is worshipped as the God of Beginning and the Fighter of Obstacles.

The festival celebrating Ganesh includes fund-raising, building all kinds of innovative forms Ganesh idols, organizing public performances of music and dance, cooking grand feasts and making a lot of noise! The festivities end when the idol of the year is immersed in water (visarjan), accompanied by loud shouts of Ganapati Bappa Moraya!

The marriage of King Dushyanta and Shakuntala took place more than 5000 years ago.

In this painting, King Dushyanta is courting the beautiful Shakuntala.

Tapestry of the Tree of Peace.

Krishna is Everywhere. When Krishna's dearest friend, Arjuna, says he will take a woman that is not attached to Krishna, the artist demonstrates that "Krishna is Everywhere".

In this painting, a princess is sending a love letter through the dove.

Religious Ceremony in India.

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