The elaborate and aesthetically pleasing ritual of the adornment of Shrinathji is a recurring subject in most pichwais. Several elements such as season, occasion, colour, texture, pattern as well as mood of the deity are taken into reflection when depicting the splendour of Shrinathji’s “shringaar” each day.
Rajbhog Swaroop shows the deity dressed in imperial splendour in a turban (kulhe), a coat (chakdar jama), trousers (suthana), and socks (moja), particular of the ‘Basant Swaroop’, or spring adornment. Often seen as most regal and resplendent for this “darshan”, or viewing, Shrinathji is adorned with fresh garlands and lotuses. Beeda (folded betel nut leaves) are placed nearby, along with a pitcher of water, His beloved flute, a cane to play with, and a mirror. Fine perfumes are sprinkled over the ceiling, and the air is redolent with their scent.
School of Nathdwara.
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