ACSAA Digital Images (Museums) Dipak Raga, Malpura, Rajasthan
Gopis Clinging to Krishna - Mandi, Early 18th Century
Radha and Krishna Toss a Flower By Fattu Guler, 1770
Radha makes love to Krishna in a grove. An illustration to the Rasikapriya of Keshav Das. Kangra, c. 1820.
Krishna as a boy, being scolded by Yashoda for eating mud. When she looks into his mouth, she sees the entire universe. India, Himachal Pradesh state, former kingdom of Kulu. Artist: Gurbaksha. c.1750. Trimmed, enhanced.
Krishna with attendants. Date: first quarter 18 century A.D. India, Punjab Hills, Mankot. Krishna sits under a tree with an attendant holding a fly-whisk behind him as another figure offers him a pot.
"The Poet and Author Jayadeva Visualizes Radha and Krishna," Folio from the "Second" or "Tehri Garhwal" Gita Govinda (Song of God)
"Krishna and the Gopis (Milk Maids) on the Bank of the Yamuna River," Folio from the "Second" or "Tehri Gahrwal" Gita Govinda (Song of God)
Indian Epics: Images and PDE Epics: Krishna Splits the Double Arjuna Tree
Radha and Krishna Dressed in Each Other’s Clothes | LACMA Collections