Although the‘Kamalan ki Pichwai’ or Lotus pichwais were not made to adorn Shrinathji's shrine, they did convey an aesthetic and emotional appeal of summer 'shringaar'. Right in the centre of the pond stands Shrinathji's 'swaroop' of 'Gokulchandramaji', wearing light clothing and playing the flute under a 'phulmandali' or pavilion of flowers. The repetitive motif of these pichwais symbolizes lotus ponds and the banks of the River Yamuna, where the young Krishna spent much of his time with his beloved Gopis.
School of Nathdwara.
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Natural Stone pigment on cotton.
- Material: dyed cotton with natural stone pigment.
- Made in India.
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