Kamadhenu and calf Pichwai painting by Dinesh Soni

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Dinesh Soni Dinesh Soni
Size : Small
Dimensions : H-0.8 by W-0.7 ft I H-9.5 by W-8.5 inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas

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Dinesh Soni handpaints Kamadhenu with her calf in this Pichwai painting. According to Hindu mythology she is seen as a symbol of fertility and purity, that is why she is usually depicted with her calf. Devotees worship her to attain prosperity and success in life. Her four legs symbolise the four vedas and the himalayas. Her horns signify the holy trinity, where Brahma is at the top, Vishnu at the centre and Vishnu at the base.

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Dinesh Soni

Dinesh Soni

Dinesh Soni is a third-generation Pichwai artist from Bhilwara. He learnt the art from his grandfather, Badrilal Chitrakar and his father Prabhulal, both award-winning artists. Dinesh Soni has been painting and teaching Pichwai for over 30 years. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from MDS University in Ajmer and is presently employed as a full-time Pichwai artist in Bhilwara, Rajasthan. His goal, after 30 years of extensive research and experience in Pichwai Painting, is to maintain this ancient style of India alive in its original form and to educate prospective artists.

Art Form


The art of Pichwai originated over 400 years ago, illustrating tales of Shrinathji, an incarnation of Krishna, the deity manifest as a seven-year-old child. Prominent in th Nathadwara region of Rajasthan especially in the Vaishnavite sect, the paintings are hand-painted on cloth or paper and depict different scenes and stills - lotuses, Radha, Gopis and cows are also frequent subjects. What started as a religious practice, is an art today and finds place in the form of paintings and wall hangings in homes of many art connoisseurs.