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She lacks neither beauty nor wealth. A powerful woman, not quite past her prime, sits with her legs crossed on a seat of red velvet and brocade cushions. She directs her gaze straight ahead of her, with all the confidence of the eldest bahuraani (daughter-in-law) in the absence of her mother-in-law. She is probably blessed with the love of more than one son in addition to her husband’s. In this oil painting, she is depicted in her leisure, smoking on a hookah upon a quiet afternoon at home.
In keeping with her social status, she is dressed in a lehenga of green and ivory silk with an ample proportion of brocade on it. Her shringar is flawless - maangtika and headband, nosering and jhumke (chunky Indian danglers), necklaces and amulets and anklets, and a world of rings on her fingers and toes. From the fashionable cut of her choli to the jewels studded on her gold ornaments, she is a woman of domestic clout.
Zoom in on that unusual face, the flattering lines having emerged from the fulness of youth and maternity. Her eyes are large, of deep brown color. An intelligent brow set against a seductive mouth. The hookah in her hand is a symbol of her power and place within the socio-domestic realm, and it is in that bhoga that such a gorgeous woman whiles away her days.
The Eldest Bahuraani With Her Hookah- Oil Painting On Canvas: