Enchantment of Krishna: Chamba Rumaal painting by Anjali Vakil

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

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Anjali Vakil portrays an exquisite work of art that transports the viewers to the enchanting world of divine love and celebration. At its heart, a central embroidery in rich hues of red and green takes centre stage, a resplendent flower that serves as the focal point of this intricate artwork. This magnificent flower symbolises the core of the Raas Mandal, radiating its vivid colours and vibrant energy. It serves as a testament to the beauty and passion that love can bring into one's life. Surrounding the central flower are figures of Lord Krishna and the Gopis. Their presence symbolises the divine love story that transcends the mortal and celestial realms. With hands connected to each other, they stand in a circle of devotion and unity. Beneath Krishna and the Gopis, the graceful swans are depicted, symbolising purity and elegance. These birds, known for their grace and beauty, add an element of serenity to the composition, highlighting the transcendent nature of love. The border of the painting is adorned with the regal peacock and the gentle deer. The peacock, with its vibrant plumage, represents the allure of love, while the deer's presence signifies gentleness and grace. The entire composition is further enhanced by motifs of different flowers connected with intricate vines that wrap around the central scene. The artwork is a visual narrative that celebrates the eternal bond between Lord Krishna, the Gopis, and the natural world, reminding us of the unifying and enduring power of love.

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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

Chamba Rumal is a traditional form of hand-embroidered textile art from the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh, India. This intricate art form, often referred to as the "painted handkerchief of Himachal," is known for its exquisite needlework, vibrant colors, and delicate motifs. Chamba Rumal represents a rich cultural heritage, blending mythology, tradition, and craftsmanship. History The history of Chamba Rumal dates back to the late 16th and early 17th centuries. During the reign of Raja Umed Singh (17448-1764 A.D.), Chamba Rumal gained prominence. The embroidered textiles were often used as ceremonial gifts exchanged during weddings and religious occasions, symbolizing auspiciousness and respect. Chamba Rumal's tradition is deeply rooted in the Pahari school of miniature painting, known for its delicate brushwork and fine detailing. The same intricate designs were transferred onto fabric, creating a seamless fusion of painting and embroidery. Technique and Craftsmanship The technique behind Chamba Rumal is a unique form of double-sided embroidery. Artisans use fine silk or cotton threads to stitch designs onto muslin or silk fabric. The distinguishing feature of this embroidery is that the design appears identical on both sides of the fabric. The needlework involves a combination of satin stitch, stem stitch, and buttonhole stitch to create detailed motifs. Chamba Rumal often features intricate motifs drawn from Hindu mythology and nature. Common themes include scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata, Radha and Krishna, and traditional flora and fauna. The use of vibrant colors and intricate detailing gives these motifs a vivid and lifelike quality.

Product Details

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

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