Radha Krishna

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 Krishna and his Lila (divine play) with his beloved Radha have inspired Indian art- sculptures, poetry, and painting for centuries. The divinity and simultaneous humanness in the love of Krishna and Radha flow through art into the audience, giving them a chance to relive the heavenly sweetness. In this watercolor on paper Radha-Krishna painting by Kailash Raj, the legendary duo can be seen standing in the wilderness in each other’s company, with heavy rains giving a befitting backdrop to their affection that enriches the earth and its inhabitants. Just as the Saawan (monsoon) arrives, so does love.

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Item Code: HM57
Artist: Kailash Raj
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Water Color Painting on PaperArtist:Kailash Raj
Dimensions 7.5 inch X 10 inch
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Inside a ceramic pink border, the watercolor Radha-Krishna painting in Rajasthani idiom depicts the couple close to each other, covered by a velvet embroidered blanket that protects them from the rain that is pouring on them. In the background, dark black-grey nimbus clouds and lush green hills provide a pleasing natural setting for the loving togetherness of Krishna and Radha. A dark-colored stream, probably Sri Yamuna Ji flows meandering with a bunch of lotus flowers blossoming in her waters. Under the shed of the tree which is covered with blooming floral vines are Sri Krishna and Radha, dressed in magnificent attire, the very definition of Sringara- adornment, and romance. The blue-skinned Krishna is wearing his characteristic Pitambara (Pita-yellow, ambara-cloth) as his dhoti (lower body garment), held in place by a pink waist cloth and green scarf. With flute in his hands, he has his eyes fixed on the eternally beautiful Sri Radha, who has one of her hands placed on the blanket, while with the other she seems to be gesturing towards something. She is draped in a blue skirt decorated with paisley motifs and a dotting orange chunni. Both Sri Krishna and Radha in the watercolor painting are adorned in exquisite pearl jewelry with gemstones.

Using the blanket as their umbrella midst the forest, Krishna and Radha are deeply engrossed in each other, with no care for their surroundings. Such Radha-Krishna paintings form a warming part of Indian households, serving as a reminder of the timelessness of the pure love which is embodied by the divine couple.

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