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RAVI VARMA

Many of the Raja’s original painting can be seen today in the museums of our country like Sri Chitralayam Gallery in Trivandrum,
the palaces of Mysore, Baroda and Udaipur, the Museum at Hyderabad, and the National Art Gallery at New Delhi.

Raja Ravi Varma was born in 1848 at Kilimanoor, a village 24 miles form Trivandrum.

The princes of Travancore, as a rule, were learned in the Sastras. They were pious and god-fearing and ruled the State as
representatives of the presiding deity of Trivandrum, Lord Padmanabha.

Ravi Varma showed talent for drawing even from very early age.

Once, the Maharaja of Travancore had brought a painter by name Alagiri Naidu from Tanjore to his capital.

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