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Lord Krishna On The Back Of A Horse Made Of Gopiyaan

Lord Krishna On The Back Of A Horse Made Of Gopiyaan
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The love of the Vrindavan milkmaids (gopiyaan) is integral to who Lord Krishna is. A surreal, mythical rendition of bhakti, it is His unconditional relationship with women that the young and handsome cowherd is known for. In the vividly coloured painting that you see on this page, He is depicted playing a flute on the back of a horse whose silhouette owes to the beautifully contorted bodies of a bunch of black-haired, olive-skinned milkmaids.

The mouth of the horse is made of the delicate hands of a milkmaid bending over backwards, the ears by one in a playful inversion. One of the hindlegs is the dhoti-clad leg of a milkmaid whose legs are parted, Her torso arching, in Her desire for Lord Krishna. From the mane to the tresses of its tail, these aspects of the horse’s anatomy are made of the luscious locks of the youthful milkmaids. Upon a carpet of emerald-green, through the scarlet sunset, traverses this magical horse with the amber-clad Lord on its back.

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Item Code: PQ97
Specifications:
Water Color Painting on Patti
Folk Art From The Temple Town Puri (Orissa)
Artist: Pravakar Das
19 inch x 13 inch

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