“Koma”radiant rai granny

Acrylic on canvas (21x17 inch)
Step into the enchanting world of the Rai culture, where the captivating figure of Koma comes to life. Koma, a typical Rai old woman, is not only my adored grandmother, but also the inspiration behind my mesmerizing paintings. In these artworks, I aim to showcase the beauty and authenticity of the Rai women, capturing Koma's inadvertently expressive essence.
Immerse yourself in the morning glow as Koma sits gracefully on the balcony, basking in the warm and pleasant light. Adorned with traditional nose and ear rings, which hold great significance for the Rai and Limbu women community, her presence exudes a charm that transcends time. To further honor her roots, she drapes her head with a traditional cloth known as "swal," while showcasing an age-old handmade woolen sweater.
Through my painting, I strive to capture the essence of typical rural Rai women residing in the breathtaking landscapes of Sikkim. The vivid colors and intricate details bring forth the rich cultural heritage while inviting you to explore the untold stories of resilience and grace.
Welcome to the captivating world of "Koma: The Radiant Rai Grandma." Prepare to be mesmerized by the allure of Rai culture and the everlasting spirit of the indomitable Rai women.