detail of Shri Devi, Markandeya Purana

Detail from an illustration to the Markandeya Purana, a Hindu text containi.

Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā embracing on a lotus pedestal flanked by gopis worshipping. Pahari School. Date 18thC(late). Painted in: Panjab Hills.

Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā embracing on a lotus pedestal flanked by gopis worshipping. Date Painted in: Panjab Hills.

nickyskye meanderings: Pahari paintings from the Himalayan foothills, 17th and 18th Century paintings from North Western India

Lotus-clad Radha and Krishna Phulasjya- The Flower Dressing Mankot, Punjab Hills, India circa

Krishna Taunting the Gopi Always the prankster, Krishna spies the gopi (cowgirls) of Vraja bathing naked in the Yamuna River. He positions himself with all of their clothes high in a tree. They beg him to return their garments, but he insists that they each come out of the water to receive their clothing. c19

arjuna-vallabha: “ Krishna stealing gopis clothes, theme taken from Bhagavata Purana, pahari painting ”

Dame am Feuer (Winter). Folio aus einer Baramasa-Serie, Pigmentmalerei auf Papier, Indien, Pahari-Gebiet, Guler oder Kangra, 1770-1790

Dame am Feuer (Winter). Folio aus einer Baramasa-Serie, Pigmentmalerei auf Papier, Indien, Pahari-Gebiet, Guler oder Kangra, 1770-1790

She suggestively grasps a branch of a slender blossoming tree as she longs for her absent love. Six tiny quail gather at her feet. A sensitive, delicately rendered fragment. India, Pahari, late 19th Century; India, Pahari, Kangra or Guler, circa 1790-1810 | lot | Sotheby's. http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2015/indian-himalayan-southeast-asian-art-n09319/lot.1169.html

Nayika dressed in yellow grasping a blossoming tree watches 6 baby birds. Likely a Spring raga. Pahari, Kangra or Guler, India, ca

Woman under a flowering tree smoking a huqqa. Indian, Pahari, third quarter 18th century. Mankot, Punjab Hills, Northern India

Women smoking the hookah/nargile, a common practice in Mughal India that declined by the late century: Woman under a tree, Pahari,

Yashoda disciplines young Krishna, tying him to a tree, Pahari

Paramchaintanya Men — Krishna Tied to a Mortar for Stealing Butter.

three illustrations: a courte ||| figurative ||| sotheby's n09319lot7z55ven

One of three illustrations: maiden daydreaming of her beloved.

Krishna and Radha in a Grove. Ink and opaque watercolor on paper,  India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra, ca. 1800, LACMA

Krishna and Radha in a Grove. Ink and opaque watercolor on paper, India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra, ca.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Krishna and Balarama Hear About the Demon in the Palm Grove

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Krishna and Balarama Hear About the Demon in the Palm Grove

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