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Narottam Narayan's paintings marked a conscious return to a more
traditional style of representation, wherein realism was less
paramount than the images' iconic nature and engagement with the
viewers. An "example par excellence" is his painting Murli Manohar
(1934), which is reputed to be the best-selling image in the
history of the industry. Other famous paintings of his,
mass-produced by S. S. Brijbasi, include Shree Satyanarain (of
Satyanarayana), Kailash Pati Shankar (of Shiva), depictions of
Maharana Pratap and Shivaji, and images having to do with the
independence struggle including portraits of Gandhi and Nehru, Mata
ka Bandhan Mochan, and, painted after Gandhi's death, Gandhiji ki
swargyatra (Gandhi's ascent to heaven).
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