Radha Krishna in Magh Mas: Kangra by Poonam Katoch

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Dimensions : H: 12 | W: 8 inch
Medium : Stone Color on Handmade Paper

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In Poonam Katoch's Kangra painting from the Barahmasa series, the month of Magh is elegantly portrayed with Radha and Krishna donning attire reminiscent of the old Mughal era. This artwork beautifully encapsulates Kangra painting, a distinctive form of Pahadi miniature art originating from the enchanting Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh.
The Kangra miniature art style, evident in this piece, harmoniously blends the essence of Pahadi culture, seamlessly integrating elements reminiscent of Mughal miniatures. The painting showcases intricate detailing and refined expressions, drawing parallels with the artistry seen in Mughal miniature traditions. Poonam Katoch employs a palette dominated by cool tone colors, creating a serene ambiance that complements the divine connection between Radha and Krishna. Shades of blues and greens prevail in the composition, reflecting the natural beauty of the Kangra region and enhancing the overall tranquility of the scene. The depiction of Radha and Krishna in old Mughal attire adds a touch of historical elegance to the painting, showcasing the artist's skillful fusion of cultural influences. Intricate designs, a hallmark of Kangra miniatures, adorn the clothing and surroundings, contributing to the visual opulence of the artwork.
This painting from the Barahmasa series not only captures the essence of the Magh month but also pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of Kangra miniature paintings.

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Poonam Katoch, a talented artist from Kangra, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, has been passionately immersed in her craft since 2007. Self-taught and driven by her love for Kangra art, she has been actively involved in promoting this traditional art form through her work with the Kangra Arts Promotion Society, an NGO based in Himachal Pradesh.

Poonam's dedication to her art led her to participate in various festivals and events across the country, including the Geeta Kala Parv in Kurukshetra and International Women's Day celebrations in Goa. Her achievements include receiving a state award for miniature painting, showcasing her talent and skill at Lalit Kala Academy in Delhi, and the New Parliament project.

She finds joy in working on diverse mediums, from wood and sarees to leather bags and tea coasters, all adorned with her exquisite Kangra paintings. Poonam's passion for her craft is evident in her preference for themes like Geet-Govind and her ability to find inspiration from nature, which fuels her creativity daily.

While she currently promotes her work through her Twitter handle, Poonam aspires to reach greater heights in her career, with her sights set on applying for national awards. Her commitment to her art is unwavering, as she finds inspiration and motivation in the everyday beauty of the world around her, ensuring a continuous flow of creativity and innovation in her work.

Kangra Art

Amid the natural beauty of the Kangra valley, Pahari painting developed into an art of great charm and delicacy under the influence of its own early traditions as well as refined Guler and Mughal styles. In the late 18th Kangra became the most powerful hill state, under Raja Sansar Chand the Kangra art flourished. The most significant topic in contemporary paintings is still love—historical and mythical love stories are brilliantly depicted in paintings like Radha Krishna. The paintings are extremely detailed, revealing not just the main figures but also surroundings filled with carefully painted trees, flowers, and other kinds of life. They truly are poetry in their core.

Product Details

Radha Krishna in Magh Mas: Kangra by Poonam Katoch
Poonam Katoch
Art Style
Kangra Art
Stone Color
12 in(H) X 8 in(W)
Radha Krishna
White, Yellow, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Himachal Pradesh, India

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