Jubilance of Lord Krishna: Chamba Rumaal Painting by Anjali Vakil

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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 28(in) by W: 27(in)
Medium : Embroidery thread on Cotton Cloth

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Anjali Vakil portrays the essence of the divine love and passion associated with Lord Krishna. At the heart of the painting lies the central illustration, where Lord Krishna is portrayed playing the enchanting flute. His figure radiates charisma and charm as he stands as the embodiment of divine love. In a circular formation around Krishna, a group of Gopis come to life in vibrant, flaring skirts, their movements portraying the essence of the divine dance. Their expressive postures and outstretched arms convey their overwhelming passion for Lord Krishna. They dance with a sense of abandon, symbolising the devotion and love they feel for their beloved deity. The artwork is a testament to her artistic prowess, capturing the divine essence of Krishna's love, the entrancing allure of his music, and the collective devotion of the Gopis.

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Anjali Vakil

Join the enchanting world of Anjali Vakil, a Chamba Rumal artist who embarked on her artistic journey after marriage, stepping into a lineage of creative brilliance. Her mother-in-law, the esteemed Lalita Vakil, earned the prestigious 1993 National Award for Chamba Rumal embroidery, setting the stage for Anjali's own creative odyssey. Enthralled by her in-laws' work and the artistry of Chamba Rumal, Anjali decided to dive in. In 2018, her dedication and talent were recognized with a National Award for her outstanding contributions to Chamba Rumal embroidery. Anjali's story unfolds as a delightful fusion of love, art, and tradition. Since her marriage in 2006, she's not only mastered Chamba handkerchief embroidery but expanded its horizons, adding her unique touch to designs that now grace panels, dupattas, shawls, and sarees. Join her on a colorful adventure where family tradition meets innovation, and every stitch tells a story waiting to enchant your senses.

Chamba Rumaal

The Chamba Rumal, a splendid embroidered artistry, once nurtured under the benevolent patronage of Chamba's former rulers, graces occasions like weddings with its intricate motifs in a delightful array of colors. Its earliest incarnation, as crafted by Bebe Nanaki, Guru Nanak's sister in the 16th century, is lovingly preserved in Hoshiarpur's Gurudwara. These handkerchiefs take shape in square and rectangular geometries, woven with fine silks from Punjab and Bengal, and adorned with highly ornate patterns created with untwined silk threads from Sialkot, Amritsar, and Ludhiana. The unique dohara tanka or double satin stitch embroidery technique, borrowed from Kashmir and enriched with Mughal themes inspired by Chamba miniature paintings, brings forth mirror-like designs visible even from a distance.

Product Details

Jubilance of Lord Krishna: Chamba Rumaal Painting by Anjali Vakil
Anjali Vakil
Art Style
Chamba Rumaal
Embroidery thread
28 in(H) X 27 in(W)
Gopis, Folk Art, Krishna
Red, Cream, Yellow, Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Himachal Pradesh, India

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