The Asiatic lion, also known as the Indian lion and Persian lion, is a lion subspecies that lives as a single population in Gujarat, India. There are only several hundred Asiatic lions in the wild, and they only live in the Gir Forest, in an area that is smaller than Greater London. The most distinguishing characteristic of the Asiatic lion is the longitudinal fold of skin that runs along its belly. The Asiatic lion's fur ranges in colour from ruddy-tawny, heavily speckled with black, to sandy or grey, sometimes with a silvery sheen in certain lights.
Lions are mythical animals in Indian Art. This is an exclusive presentation of art in gemstones and it brings love and affection of the parents to their children. When you take a closer look of this painting you can notice the eyes of the baby lions show innocence and kindness. There are more than 300 shades of gemstones used in order to make all the details accurate and realistic. This painting is perfect for the guest or children room.
Calcedony, Malachite, Green Aventurine, Red Jasper, Black Onyx, Jade and Garnet.