Blending two key motifs, this vibrant Pichwai painting portrays Lord Krishna as Shrinathji inside a temple or a shrine, surrounded by a kamal talai or a lake with lotuses. Painted by celebrated Pichwai artist Sushil Soni, this delightful painting uses vibrant colours that contrast the internal frame of Lord Krishna with the surrounding lake with lotuses.
Pichwai painting, emerging in Nathdwara, Rajasthan around 500 years back, serves as the scenic setting behind the Krishna idol within the sanctum of the Pushtimarg temples. Stemming from Sanskrit, 'pich' (back) and 'wai' (hanging), the term Pichwai refers to these vibrant painted wall hangings. They vividly portray narratives from Krishna's life in a deeply devotional manner.
Quantity: 1 piece without frame
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