Prepare To Have Your Mind Blown: 47 Recreations Of Hindu Gods - This incredible art work has been done by Molee, a gifted young artist that clearly has an affinity for his Indian heritage. I was absolutely blown away by the images below...and I am hoping he will do more. Have a look! It's worth your time to view every single one of them. I hope this guy... - http://www.theyogablog.com/recreations-of-hindu-gods/
"Lord Krishna's pastimes of stealing butter from the elderly gopis, enjoying life with His cowherd boyfriends and the young gopis, playing His flute and engaging in the räsa dance, etc., are all-auspicious spiritual activities, and they are fully described in the Tenth Canto of this work. "
Object Number 1995.75 People Unknown Artist Title Krishna, Radha and the Gopis with a Young Prince Classification Paintings Work Type painting Date c. 1650 Places Creation Place: South Asia, India, Rajasthan, Mewar Culture Indian
This is an unframed print of his famous art work on glossy art paper, making it affordable to have a world renowned artist's collection. Size:19.2 H x 12.6W Raja Ravi Varma was an Indian painter from the princely state of Travancore (presently Kerala, India) who achieved recognition for his depiction of scenes from the epics of the Mahabharata & Ramayana which are considered to be among the best examples of the fusion of Indian traditions with the techniques of Euro