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Shrinath Ji with Golden Cow’s

Shrinath Ji with Golden Cow’s
Artist: Gallery Product


Artist Gallery Product
Size 10.5 Inch X 8.2 Inch
Shipping Type Framed
Medium Natural colours on paper

About Artwork

"Shrinathji with Golden Cows" is a stunning example of Pichwai art, a traditional Indian painting style that originated in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The painting depicts Lord Krishna, who is worshipped in the form of Shrinathji, surrounded by fourteen golden cows on an orange base.

The artist has used pure organic colors, which lend the painting a unique vibrancy and depth. Additionally, the artist has used 24 carat gold waters to embellish the jewellery and cows in the painting, which adds an opulent touch to the artwork.

The composition of the painting is such that it captures the divine aura of Lord Krishna, with the cows symbolizing the bounty of nature and the blessings of the divine. The cows stand in reverence around Shrinathji, who is depicted as the epitome of peace and tranquillity.

The orange base of the painting adds to the radiance of the artwork, symbolizing the sun and representing the warmth and energy of Lord Krishna. The painting is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan and showcases the skill and finesse of the artist.

Overall, "Shrinathji with Golden Cows" is a remarkable work of art that not only showcases the beauty of Pichwai painting but also conveys the message of peace, harmony, and abundance that Lord Krishna represents.