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      Krishna, the dark god, enacting his leelas, and evoking bhakti rasa in his devotees, is the most popular and perhaps among all Hindu gods closest to the heart of the masses. These leelas are abundantly depicted in all forms of art, especially in paintings... on the walls of sacred and secular places.  

The Legend of Krishna in Wall Paintings of Gujrat & Rajasthan- Pradip Zaveri

            [caption id="attachment_3004" align="alignleft" width="405"] Depiction of Krishna lore,Sinogra, Kutch[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3015" align="alignright" width="385"] Painted facade of Mahuvavala akhada, Nthdwara, Rajasthan[/caption]                 [caption id="attachment_3031" align="aligncenter" width="422"] Krishna’s raasleela with gopis, Ramgadh, Shekhavati, Rajasthan                [/caption] [caption id="attachment_3019" align="alignright" width="383"] A nobleman carried in palanquin, Lala village, Kutch[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3029" align="alignleft" width="405"] Raasleela painting duly cleaned, Bibber village,Kutch[/caption]     [caption id="attachment_3016" align="aligncenter" width="362"] Kutchhe Rajput and imitating monkey, Lala village, Kutch, Gujarat[/caption]                
niyogibooks | 05-Nov-2018