Gopashtami celebrates the special occasion of a young Krishna’s veneration into a seasoned cowherd, or "Gopala" and "Govinda", their finder. It also marks the event when the Lord raised the Govardhan Parvat on his little finger to safeguard the people and cattle of Vrindavan against Lord Indra’s vengeful rains. The pichwais depicting this celebration focus on the relationship between Krishna and the cows, which formed an important part of the Lord’s childhood in Vraj.
This pichwai depicts Shrinathji in the “Rajbhog Swaroop” - the time after the Lord’s mid-day meal, when He is resting in the Nandalay. A beautiful composition or "mandli" of the sacred “Kamadhenu” cows surrounds him.
School of Nathdwara.
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Width 110.49 cm (43.5")
Height 96.52 cm (38")
Natural stone pigment on cotton. Gold Leaf details.
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