Krishna Swallows the Forest Fire: Episode from the Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord).. Date c. 1730. Creation Place: South Asia, India, Kashmir, Basohli

Krishna Swallows the Forest Fire: Episode from the Bhagavata Purana (Ancient Stories of the Lord).. Date c. 1730. Creation Place: South Asia, India, Kashmir, Basohli


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Krishna Lifting the Mountain Govardhana,   illustration to the Bhagavata Purana, Tira-Sujanpur, early 18th century. (Basohli Paintings evolved in the 17th and 18th centuries as a distinctive style of painting fusing Hindu mythology, Mughal miniature techniques, and the folk art of the local hills. The painting style derives its name from the place of its origin—the hill town of Basohli. . . in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.)

Krishna Lifting the Mountain Govardhana, illustration to the Bhagavata Purana, Tira-Sujanpur, early 18th century. (Basohli Paintings evolved in the 17th and 18th centuries as a distinctive style of painting fusing Hindu mythology, Mughal miniature techniques, and the folk art of the local hills. The painting style derives its name from the place of its origin—the hill town of Basohli. . . in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.)

"Basohli Paintings evolved in the 17th and 18th centuries as a distinctive style of painting fusing Hindu mythology, Mughal miniature techniques, and the folk art of the local hills. The painting style derives its name from the place of its origin—the hill town of Basohli. . . in the state of Jammu & Kashmir."

"Basohli Paintings evolved in the 17th and 18th centuries as a distinctive style of painting fusing Hindu mythology, Mughal miniature techniques, and the folk art of the local hills. The painting style derives its name from the place of its origin—the hill town of Basohli. . . in the state of Jammu & Kashmir."

Radha Giving Butter-Milk to Krishna, illustration to Bihari's Sat Saiya, Basohli, c. 1690

Radha Giving Butter-Milk to Krishna, illustration to Bihari's Sat Saiya, Basohli, c. 1690

Ragamala Paintings from India: Poetry, Passion    25 january 2012 - 27 may 2012    A ragamala is a set of miniature paintings depicting various musical modes, ragas, of Indian music. Each painting is accompanied by a brief caption or poem that describes the mood of the raga.

Ragamala Paintings from India: Poetry, Passion 25 january 2012 - 27 may 2012 A ragamala is a set of miniature paintings depicting various musical modes, ragas, of Indian music. Each painting is accompanied by a brief caption or poem that describes the mood of the raga.

Some Indian miniature paintings

Heritage of India: Rajasthani Miniature Paintings prints set of National Museum New Delhi

Heritage of India: Rajasthani Miniature Paintings prints set of National Museum New Delhi

“Vishnu riding on Garuda, attributable to a master of the early Basohli School, possibly Kripal, Basohli, circa [source

ca. 1605 GAURI RAGINI.  detail. A large triangular object pierces her ear. Scrolling detail on skirt. delicate white blossoms on a red field. transparent veils

ca. 1605 GAURI RAGINI. detail. A large triangular object pierces her ear. Scrolling detail on skirt. delicate white blossoms on a red field. transparent veils

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