This water color art depicts the soulful love of Radha and Krishna captured in this rectangular miniscule in a cosmic whitish-purple background that enhances the purity, intensity and love of their bond. The love of Radha and Krishna has always been the purest and supreme connection between the feminine and masculine realities of god; they are revered as a symbol of divine love in Hindu Vaishnavite tradition. As you gaze at this painting you will be mesmerized by their iconic invisible love and care.
They stand here in a playful and extremely romantic posture where Radha is in front of Krishna carrying his baasuri (flute) in the right hand and left holds Krishna’s hand, as if pulling him to come closer. Krishna feels delighted at this gesture of his beloved and lovingly turns Radha’s face towards him; that intense eye contact outspeaks every beautiful feeling they have for each other. Here the painter has depicted Radha’s inner feelings of wanting Krishna to cuddle her and woo her by his gestures and naughty tantrums, instead of playing the flute.
Both the deities are garbed in charming attires. Krishna is veiled in a pitambar garment with a thick multi-layered border, that shines bright on his iconic blue toned skin and Radha is dressed in a sky blue flower motif dhoti-skirt that flows down like a fluid forming amazing pleats that enhance the beauty of the border along with a green blouse and a contrasting pink chunri; their alluring jewels and Krishna’s peacock crown beautify their divine persona. The circle formed behind them is the heavenly aureole created as a sign of the union of these cosmic realities.