Lord Vishnu riding Garuda to save Gajendra, the Elephant King-
Gajendra, the king of elephants, disturbed a mighty crocodile who grabbed one of his legs and began pulling him under the water. Trapped within the crocodile’s strong jaws, Gajendra tried in vain to free himself. He struggled hard but the crocodile’s hold remained firm. Gajendra called out to his herd, but they were too frightened to come to his aid. As he was about to drown, the elephant-king picked up a lotus with his trunk. Lifting it towards the heavens, he cried, “I offer this to Vishnu, my lord, the refuge of the helpless.” Instantly, the lord descended from Vaikuntha on his mount Garuda, and liberated Gajendra by striking down the crocodile.
Our art shirts are hand screened in small quantities using non-toxic "watercolor technique" dyes on a wax press. High quality rich and durable screen prints on a top quality cotton-polyester blend shirt. Shipped brand new in poly bag. These shirts do not shrink. We recommend hand wash or machine wash gentle to preserve the colors.
Available in men's M, L and XL- Please check measurements to insure a proper fit:
Medium measures about ~19" across the chest from armpit to armpit and ~27" long. (~38" chest)
Large measures about ~21" across the chest from armpit to armpit and ~29" long. (~42" chest)
Extra Large measures about ~23" across the chest from armpit to armpit and ~31" long. (~46" chest)
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