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Navneet Parikh never ceases to amaze his audience with the perfect artistry. In this painting, he encapsulates a bisque toned lady with wide set brown eyes and a lovely Greek nose as she flies a kite. Her countenance is blessed with salmon colored lips that twitch in a suppressed smile, contrasting her high arch rounded eyebrows and the curled lock of hair that rests on her sideburn. The plump faced lady is appareled in a short bright thulian tinged crop top choli, sewn with astounding golden gotas, coupling this outfit with a crimson red cotton lehenga, bordered with a royal blue gota that is embellished with beautiful golden floral designs and eye-catching beads. A translucent algae green dupatta imprinted with sequins and splendidly colored flowers drapes down her beautiful charcoal black hair styling to envelop her as it twists around her waist. The fantabulous lass is festooned with a copper gold and silver arm ring that goes along with her royal choker necklace that is embossed with lovely solitaires, extending over to a multi-layered pearl opera, studded with breathtaking gemstones. She wears a crème white ersatz nose ring, combining it with her distinguished dangling jhumkas, debossed in a ravishing outlook, thus complimenting her silver beady headpiece and the stunning Tuscany bangles that clasp her string holding hands.
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She is accompanied by an equally elegant caramel complexioned woman whose countenance is adorned with thin lips and a fantastic aquiline nose that enhance her wide round eyes which are protected by her soft angled eyebrows. This lass is dressed in an exotic olive-green crop top choli and a remarkable amber colored pleated lehenga that is imprinted with gorgeous flowers, painted in bright red and dark green colors. A superb diaphanous dusty amethyst dupatta embossed with gleaming green tinsel like sequins envelop the woman as she outfits it in a glamorous way. She is adorned in jewelries that matches those of her female partner except for her drop shaped headpiece that hangs over her silky hair as she takes hold of the beige colored manja dor.
The background is illustrated to exhibit a fort like architecture, capturing many mosques and protruding minarets along with multiple archetypal domes that are colored in pretty crème white, bronze and golden tints contrasted by dusty steel blue water that flows in a rectangular pond as three medallion tinged swans swim in the lush green bushes' decorated pool. The Carolina blue cloudy sky is filled with a dozen of soaring kites that are hued in exotic colors, going along with the bright golden cage which captivates a shining pine green parrot as it rests over the cemented flooring. This amazing scene is pictured with a lovely picturesque rectangular enclosure, emblazoned with vibrant painted kites that distinguish the perfect floral motifs embellished on the canvas and even a few more prominent tinted kites that spread on the floor with sharp red and blue manja dors that rest on the ground. This painting turns out to be a perfect match for those who seek paintings from the ancient mughal eras as they are an excellent reminder of the old yet alive culture, portraying the mixed feelings of ecstasy and imprisonment, depicting a parrot who is caged despite the kite flying season, in this fine piece of art.
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