I suppose this panel, beneath the chhajjas, and above the windows, could be called a "flight of imagination". There are wings, a boat, a car all combined as a means of transport, plus of course, a musician. Centre-place is occupied by the Lord Krishna, the divine charioteer in the epic battle of the Mahabharata. Possibly, the owner wished to convey to passersby how modern and affluent (and religious?) he is.
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batalay (36984) 2009-05-05 3:36
I love this shot, resplendent in color, appropriately framed. I imagine it must date to about 1913 when that type of car hood and headlights were the norm. Good eye in this well-composed, flawlessly implemented image.
MiffyO (38) 2009-05-06 16:15
If you do some research, I think you will find the 'musician' is actually Lord Krishna, the divine charioteer in the epic battle of the Mahabharata, depicted in a flying car.
The distorted angle of the lower windows is a distracting.