Radha confides in companion, Rasamanjari illustration, Basohli, ca. 1660-1670. Inscription: 'Love proud' [verse from the Rasamanjari] 'O sakhi! I am unable to say how lucky you are, for your lover adorns your body with jewel-studded ornaments. But my beloved, afraid even of a slight interruption in his gazing at me, does not decorate me'.
Radha upbraiding Krishna, who strives to placate her; Radha holds a tassel of his sleeve. From a Nayaka Nayika series, possibly the Rasamanjari of Bhanu Datta. Basohli, India (made). Date ca. 1680 - ca. 1700 (made)
Rasamanjari illustration, opaque watercolour on paper, Basohli, ca. 1660-1670. Inscription: 'In the winter season, her husband having told the servant to cut the ber tree, the doe-eyed nayika dropped the axe in the water'. Best view (click & enlarge): http://media.vam.ac.uk/collections/img/2013/GD/2013GD5541_2500.jpg