Celebration of Radha Krishna

In Hindu mythology, the eternal love of Radha-Krishna depicts the feminine and masculine aspects of god. Their relationship is the highest form of love as shared between the lord and his devotee. Since generations, they have been together worshipped through poems, songs of bhakti bhav, paintings and sculptures. Many Gopis can be seen here celebrating the love of Radha-Krishna. This picture has been hand painted on silk.
23x42 inches

wipe with soft dry cloth only


In sanskrit, Patta means 'canvas' and 'chitra' means picture. The art traditionally prcatised in Odisha since generations, celebrates the stories of Lord Jaggannath, Radha-Krishna & Ramayana. The artisans prepare the canvas and colour dyes using natural ingredients. The prepation process takes them 5 days alone. The artworks are ripe with colourful imagery with intricately painted details.

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