Paurashpur: 9 Stunning Artworks By Digital Artists That Capture The Essence Of This Period Drama

Take a look at these wonderful artworks by illustrators and digital artists, made for the star cast of ZEE5’s Paurashpur.

Vatsal Thakore

February 5, 2021

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Paurashpur, a historical fiction show, premiered on ZEE5 on 29 December 2020. Since then, it has been receiving a lot of love from the audience. People are loving the concept of the show, along with its characters and their performances. The plot of Paurashpur revolves around a fictional kingdom in 16th century India, which is ruled by a misogynist and tyrannical king and how the women of the kingdom take charge to overthrow him and the patriarchy. Take a look at how some digital artists and illustrators expressed their love for the series with their art.

 

This first piece of art is by Uday Mohite, shared on his Instagram page (@indian_illustrator). He made this beautiful and stunning illustration of Milind Soman’s character, Boris, in Paurashpur.

 

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This next artwork is by Gaurav Thakur, posted on his Instagram page (@artby_gt). Gaurav has portrayed Queen Meerawati (Shilpa Shinde) on the throne of Paurashpur. He captured Meerawati’s power very well in this magnificent artwork.

 

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A post shared by Gaurav Thakur (@artby_gt)

 

The next artwork is another one of Boris. This was made by Viditi and posted on her Instagram page (@vinabyviditi). She expressed her love for Paurashpur in the caption, with this amazing artwork of Boris.

 

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A post shared by VINA (@vinabyviditi)

 

Next, we have one more artwork that shows Queen Meerawati on the throne. This one is by Anagha Dandekar, posted on her Instagram page (@anagha_doodles). With this stunning artwork of Meerawati, she has also captured the message of the series, ‘It takes a queen to rule a man’s world’.

 

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A post shared by Anagha Dandekar (@anagha_doodles)

 

Here, we have an artwork of the dutiful handmaiden, Kala. This artwork is by Sushmita Rao, shared on her Instagram page (@cappuchinnu). With this splendid art of Kala, she also shared how the show gives a powerful message on women empowerment.

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This is another artwork of Meerawati, breaking the shackles tied to her wrists by patriarchy. Capturing the essence of the show perfectly, this artwork is by Shubhajeet Day, posted on his Instagram page (@calmchorofficial).

 

Next, we have a minimalist artwork by Prashant Agrawal, posted on his Instagram page (@pixelpoint121). The picture conveys the crux of the show, the queen overthrowing the king.

This is another minimalist artwork, that depicts the show’s crux – the queen’s crown with women empowerment. This artwork is by Adityaa Jadhav, shared on his Instagram page (@adityaajadhav_).

 

This final minimalist artwork is by Tejas, posted on his Instagram page (@theminimalguy_). Praising the show and its concept, he made this artwork about Paurashpur, depicting the women empowerment shown in it.

 

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A post shared by Tejas | Creator (@theminimalguy_)

You can watch the series, Paurashpur on ZEE5.

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