This re-imagined interpretation of the traditional Shrinathji Pichwai sees a revival of the authentic form, colours, and materials and alludes to a more contemporary machination by the artist.
The legend of Krishna, safeguarding the people of Vrindavan against a thunderstorm, by lifting the Govardhan Parvat on his little finger, is indicated in this painting with the deity's raised left hand. The right hand typically rests on the waist or is lowered in an act of blessing.
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Natural stone pigment on cotton
Care and Instructions:
- Hang in a dust-free and smoke-free environment.
- Hang away from direct sunlight or heaters.
- To clean, do not use water or cleaning products of any kind. Instead gently blow the surface with compressed air from a can or hand held puffer, or use a soft brush.
- The Pichwai ships rolled in a tube. One can frame in a weather-resistant wood frame. Alternatively, it can be hung with a wooden batten which is a concealed method of hanging.
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