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Shrinath Ji in Super Gold

Shrinath Ji in Super Gold

This water color art enables the users to have a life-like view of lord Shrinath Ji, who stands in his usual posture under the royal gold-plated shrine, decked up in stone and bead necklaces of varied sizes, as long as his height and a beautiful pink lotus flower garland ornated as a boundry to the jewels. Lord Shrinath is a manifestation of seven-year-old lord Krishna and is worshipped as the central presiding deity of the Vaishnava sect, known as the Pushtimarg (the way of grace). The painter has given alluring details to the shaneel and silk clothes of Shrinath Ji, painted in multiple layers of colors and designs, visible on either side.

It is believed that this deity is self-manifested from stone and emerged from the Govardhan hills, therefore initially Shrinath Ji was worshipped at Govardhan hills near Mathura. The painter has amazingly stroked his brush while doing the light blue background filled with white colored floral designs. The gold embossed border is decorated with stone-like red and green patterns along with lord Krishna’s most favourite peacock and the divine cow, Surabhi occupying spaces in the border. Lord Krishna has a close connection with flora and fauna, which can also be seen from this beautiful watercolor art.

The lord is always depicted with his left hand raised and right hand made into a fist rests on the waist. The large diamond placed beneath his lips is known as chibuk and is painted like that of a monolithic black stone. The bunch of lotus flowers on the right accentuate the beauty of this watercolor painting of Shrinath Ji, having the base decorated in ritualistic items used for his puja.


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Item Code: HL45
Water Color Painting on Paper Embossed with Gold
D. H. Thakur
9.0 inch X 13.0 inch

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