The Lord's Radiance: Ashutosh Verma's Shrinath Ji Masterpiece

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Ashutosh Verma portrays a breathtaking masterpiece that beautifully encapsulates the divine presence and spiritual significance of Shrinath Ji, a beloved deity in Hinduism. At the centre of this exquisite artwork stands Shrinath Ji, an incarnation of Lord Krishna, radiant in His divine splendor. Shrinath Ji is adorned with splendorous attire, a peacock feather crown, and intricate jewellery, reflecting divine sovereignty. The Sanjhi art reflects the boundless love, devotion, and eternal connection that devotees share with the deity. The masterpiece is a spiritual pilgrimage that transports viewers to the heart of devotion and reverence for this beloved deity.

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Ashutosh Verma


Welcome to the colorful world of Ashutosh, a sixth-generation artist hailing from Mathura's Verma community. His artistic journey commenced at the tender age of five, immersing himself in the enchanting folk art of Sanjhi. This timeless tradition finds its roots with Ashutosh's great-grandfather, Shri Chain Shuk Das Verma, who embarked on his own Sanjhi odyssey nearly three centuries ago, passing it down through generations. Ashutosh's devotion to this art spans 15 years, and his family's prowess has garnered both State and National acclaim for their Sanjhi creations. Remarkably, at the age of 20, Ashutosh is now reaching for a State Award category of his own. Collaborating closely with his father, they form a dynamic duo, crafting exquisite works that blend tradition and innovation, painting a vivid portrait of Mathura's artistic heritage.



The delicate art of papercutting said to have originated from the times of Lord Krishna has evolved over time from the sanctum of the temple to modern home décor – this is Sanjhi. A rare art from Braj. The word Sanjhi means evening or dusk and is more an expression of the devotional love that was unveiled in the temples. It is said to have originated at the time of Lord Krishna when Radha used to create beautiful patterns out of leaves and flowers creating decorations for Krishna. The story goes that following Radha, other Gopis too indulged in the art to impress the lord. Consequently, the art grew in the 16th and 17th centuries when the walls and floors of temples were decorated with Sanjhi.

Product Details

The Lord's Radiance: Ashutosh Verma's Shrinath Ji Masterpiece
Ashutosh Verma
Art Style
16.7 in(H) X 11.5 in(W)
Black, gray, White
Country of Origin
Uttar Pradesh, India

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