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Krishna and Gopikas – II

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Krishna – the eighth incarnation of the preserver God Vishnu, steals the clothes of Gopikas (cowherd girls) bathing in the river.

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During the season of Hemanta, the cowherd girls worshiped Goddess Katyayani (Durga) and prayed to have Krishna as their husband. As per their daily schedule, they went to take bath in river Yamuna, keeping their clothes at the river bank. Krishna secretly stole their clothes and climbed up on a tree. The Gopikas lamented, requesting Krishna to return their clothes. Krishna asked them to come up and take back their clothes. The Gopikas complied and Krishna returned the clothes. Krishna did so to make them understand that they have a desire for Krishna similar to materialistic desire. But as Krishna is supreme God himself, the Gopikas have to shed their egos and materialistic desires to achieve union with the God.

Printed on coated matte paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front.

Frame Not Included.

Artist

Pieter Weltevrede

Type

Coated Matte Paper

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