The great Indian Painter Raja Ravi Verma had painted great master peaces on Indian Woman,these paintings are in the public domain,the special effects are my own. Ramanadha Rao and Son Princess Damayanthi Lady with Fruits North Indian Lady Lady Playing Swarbat Woman in Thought Dayamanthi talking with Royal Swan about Nalan Swarbat Player Jewellery Girl from Malbar with Swarbat Violin Kerala Girl with child Ladies Orchestra
Raja Ravi Verma April 29 1848--October 2 1908,was a great Indian Painter,his paintings are in the Public Domain in India,the 3D effects are my own.These are select paintings by Raja Ravi Verma of Indian Gods and Goddesses. Laxmi, Saraswati, Asthasiddhi Radha, Madhvan, Ganapati Murgan YashodaKrishna, Gayatri, Krishna-parents Rama-varuna, Dhananarayan, Dattetraya
The place of origin of the Book of Kells is generally attributed to the scriptorium of the monastery founded around 561 by St Colum Cille on Iona, an island off the west coast of Scotland. In 806, following a Viking raid on the island which left 68 of the community dead, the Columban monks took refuge in a new monastery at Kells, County Meath. It must have been close to the year 800 that the Book of Kells was written, although there is no way of knowing if the book was produced wholly at Iona or at Kells, or partially at each location,according to Trinity College Library Dublin. These images are in the public domain,the 3D effects are my own.