The New Age of Mythology
Inspired by the timeless Mahabharata, which he uses as a guiding philosophy, Sachin has been re-designing mythological characters for the younger audience that is curious and eager to learn. A steadily growing number of brands and T.V. channels for children show what an important part of the consumer market they are. Through his rendition of Indian gods and goddesses, he aims to appeal to children as well as their parents.
Saraswati, Goddess Saraswati in her typical colours, ‘Veena’ and sweet expressions is right out of the pages of mythological texts.
Shiva, the dancing Shiva is only complete with his ‘Trishul’ and the third eye is as descriptive as it gets!
Hanuman, the radiating energy, red mouth and ‘Gada’ make this version of Hanuman visually appealing for not just the children but also everyone around them!
Krishna, a version of Lord Krishna with the pot of his beloved ‘Makkhan’, however we are missing the inseparable flute.
Kali, a playful take on the colourful Goddess Kali.
Buddha, minimalistic illustration of the blissful Buddha which will sit perfectly on a T-shirt range for children.