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    Devotees visiting Runmukteshwar Mahadev temple in Vadodara now feel the realistic presence of 12 Jyotirlingas of lord Shiva. A local team of artists created 3D paintings on the tomb of the temple gives people the realistic feel of worshipping Lord Shiva.

    Ongoing Shravan month is considered to be the best time to worship Lord Shiva. Kishan Shah artist of Paramahansa art and his team have worshiped the Lord in a unique way. They have created 3D paintings of lord Shiva on the tomb of Rinmukteshwar Mahadev Temple which gives a realistic feel to the devotees.

    For the first time in Vadodara, 3D effect paintings depict 8 hands Shiva performing Tandava dance was created inside the famous Runmukteshwar Mahadev temple in Vadodara city. Apart from this many others occasions like when Markandeya Rushi being blessed with longevity, Lord Shiva and  the 12 Jyotirlingas painted with 3D effects.

    It took 3 months to make the painting, Artist Kishan Shah said, it took three months to complete the work. The 3D effect paintings have also been made inside the dome of the Runmukteshwar temple. In earlier times the dome of the temple was painted in similar way. It took about 3 months for the team to make this painting by using oil paint.

    The importance of this 3D effect painting is also enhanced by the fact that the Shivaji Ki Savari, the pride of Sanskarinagari Vadodara, is also started from this temple. The annual festival see people in big numbers welcome the Savari at diffrent places all along the route. The artists try to give the devotees a realistic feel of lord Shiva while worshipping inside the temple.

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