Symbolising the dance of love and devotion, this exquisite Pichwai paintied by renowned artist Sushil Soni depicts scenes from the Raas Leela. As Lord Krishna plays his flute, the gopikas around him rejoice. The beautiful artwork is enhanced by the motif of kamal talai or lotus pond.
Originating in Nathdwara, Rajasthan approximately five centuries ago, Pichwai paintings function as the picturesque backdrop for Lord Krishna, enshrined within Pushtimarg temples. The name Pichwai is derived from the Sanskrit words 'pich' meaning 'back' and 'wai' meaning 'hanging,' alluding to these lively painted wall hangings. These artworks vividly depict stories from Krishna's life are rich in symbolism.
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