Dimensions : H-48(in); W-30(in)
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas
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Jayesh Sharma portrays a narrative of divine benevolence and childhood mischief in this artwork. At the heart of this vivid composition stands Lord Krishna, the eternal flute player and beloved deity of grace and charm. His divine presence radiates with a celestial glow, embodying the spirit of playful innocence. Opposite Krishna, a group of gopis, with pots balanced gracefully atop their heads, approach the divine gathering. They represent the local milkmaids of Braj, who had to traverse the valley near the majestic Govardhan Hill, known as Daan Ghati. In this idyllic setting, Krishna asks for butter and milk as a toll for safe passage, a whimsical and endearing interaction captured in the painting. Krishna’s mischievous demeanour adds a touch of joy and lightheartedness to the moment. Krishna's blue complexion and the golden accents of his jewellery and attire stand out brilliantly against the richly detailed backdrop. The landscape, featuring the imposing presence of Govardhan Hill and the rolling countryside, adds depth and authenticity to the painting. The artwork invites viewers to experience the joy and love that radiated from Lord Krishna's interactions with the gopis and the simple, heartfelt gestures of devotion that define his timeless legacy.
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