Mother Yashoda and Young Krishna (Jamini Roy Painting Reproduction on Cloth - Unframed)) India is extremely rich in its cultural heritage. The rural sector of India has contributed vastly to its art and crafts. Indian folk art paintings deserve a special mention here, as each state has developed its own style and approach to art, which further enriches India's vast ethnic diversity. Featured in this simple, yet beautiful, folk art painting, is a picture of three women Vaishnavites, also c…

Mother Yashoda and Young Krishna (Jamini Roy Painting Reproduction on Cloth - Unframed)) India is extremely rich in its cultural heritage. The rural sector of India has contributed vastly to its art and crafts. Indian folk art paintings deserve a special mention here, as each state has developed its own style and approach to art, which further enriches India's vast ethnic diversity. Featured in this simple, yet beautiful, folk art painting, is a picture of three women Vaishnavites, also c…

Krishna with mother Yashoda (Water Color on Card-Paper - Unframed)) Lord Krishna was the hero of the great hindu epic, Mahabharata. Here he is shown in his childhood (the young Krishna is also popularly known as Bal Gopala), with his foster mother, Yashoda. Krishna spent his childhood in vrindaban, under the care of his foster parents, Yashoda and Nanda - the leader of cowherds. The real parents of Lord Krishna, Devaki and king Vasudeva were held captive by the evil brother of Devaki (and…

Krishna with mother Yashoda (Water Color on Card-Paper - Unframed)) Lord Krishna was the hero of the great hindu epic, Mahabharata. Here he is shown in his childhood (the young Krishna is also popularly known as Bal Gopala), with his foster mother, Yashoda. Krishna spent his childhood in vrindaban, under the care of his foster parents, Yashoda and Nanda - the leader of cowherds. The real parents of Lord Krishna, Devaki and king Vasudeva were held captive by the evil brother of Devaki (and…

A Jamini Roy painting of Krishna and Yashoda.....kalighater patochitra,,,these are the true faces of bengal:-)

A Jamini Roy painting of Krishna and Yashoda.....kalighater patochitra,,,these are the true faces of bengal:-)

Jamini roy paintings. Jamini Roy was an Indian painter.His new style was a reaction against the Bengal School and Western tradition. His underlying quest was threefold: to capture the essence of simplicity embodied in the life of the folk people; to make art accessible to a wider section of people; and to give Indian art its own identity.

Jamini roy paintings. Jamini Roy was an Indian painter.His new style was a reaction against the Bengal School and Western tradition. His underlying quest was threefold: to capture the essence of simplicity embodied in the life of the folk people; to make art accessible to a wider section of people; and to give Indian art its own identity.

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