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Chaubis Swaroop ka Annakut Utsav Pichwai

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The central panel of the pichvais depicts the offering of the Annakut festival to Shreenathji and the 24 “swaroops” of the sect of the Nathdwara Temple. Shreenathji is dressed in imperial spelndour in a turban (kulhe), a coat (chakdar jama), trousers (suthana), and socks (moja). Surrounding the temple is a complex family tree – each medallion houses a portrait connected by red threads. The bottom centres on two scenes – the “Govardhan Puja” and the “Daan Leela”. Natural stone pigment on cloth. School of Nathdwara, Rajasthan. 

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Height 62"

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