29" Framed Radha Krishna Painting | Wall Hanging Painting

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The Lilas of Krishna and Radha in Indian culture are the pinnacle of Sringaar- the emotion of romance and love. Among the many delicate tales, the episode of Radha’s Maan (pretense of being upset with Krishna) and the dark-skinned Lord cajoling her in various ways is one of the most alluring and heart-warming ones. In this wall-hanging painting, the Maan-Lila of Radha Krishna has been presented in the idiom of the Kishangarh School of Rajput paintings. Against a backdrop of the natural landscape and regal architecture of Rajputana, sit Radha-Krishna, surrounded by Radha’s Sakhis. The immediate background of this scene is formed by a blooming plantation of banana trees, which symbolize fertility and auspiciousness, and parrot pairs, signifying conjugal affection and romance. 

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Item Code: LDB654
Specifications:
Watercolor on Cotton
Dimensions 30.00 inch Height X 25.00 inch Width X 0.60 inch Depth
Weight: 2.54 kg
Handmade
Handmade
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Fully insured
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100% Made in India
100% Made in India
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Fair trade

On a spread of lotuses, Sri Radha is positioned in a graceful manner, held by her friend who is encouraging her to accept the beetle leaf (an invitation for romance) offered by Krishna. Having gifted Radha, a bunch of fragrant lotuses which can be seen in her hand, Sri Krishna, adorned regally inches closer to her, gazing at the moon face of his beloved who still has her neck slightly lower, unwilling to look at Krishna. Two Sakhis on Krishna’s side holds a beetle leaf and garland and a peacock feather fan. All the subjects in the painting are exquisitely painted, with special attention to their elongated eyes, giving the artwork the distinctive appeal of Kishangarh’s aesthetics.

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