The story of Dushyanta's encounter, marriage, separation and reunion with his Queen, Shakuntala, has been immortalised in the Mahabharata and in The Recognition of Shakuntala by the great Sanskrit poet Kalidas. Dushyanta is an empire and the meaning of his name is the killer of the evil. He is a King in classical Indian literature and mythology. He found Shankuntla in Harmitesh called Ashram and they fell in love. However after some time Dushyanta had to leave and he gave Shakuntla a royal ring to remind her of his love.
Unique gemstones painting and one of the finest creations by Jitesh Arts: more than 3600 shades of different gemstones are used all together and 4 month devoted to make this beautiful painting in such a size. Made from hand crushed precious gemstones without any artificial colours added. Meticulous attention to detail and expertise of technique makes it look so realistic and precise. It also brings love and affection into the house because of the real gemstones.
Peridot, Malachite, Green Aventurine, Calcedony, Black Onyx, Red Jasper, Lapis Lazuli and Amethyst.