votive plaque

Votive plaque, rectangular, made of brass depicting in repousse a musician on the left and another figure, Gyanoba [or Dnyanoba] Tukaram, seated in padmasana on the right with a garland round his neck and a turban on his head. There is an inscription in Devanagari script 'Gyanoba Tukaram' set in a shield-shaped frame between the two figures. Grass depicted along the lower edge, trees to the left and right. A decorative border around the edge. A loop for suspension on the reverse.

would be brought back from a pilgrimage and displayed in the home

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