Raasa Leela: Lord Krishna's Playfulness

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Tales and legends say that on one certain spring evening, Lord Krishna started playing his flute on the banks of the Yamuna. Enchanted and bound by the spell of his music, all the gopis (women of Vrindavan) sneaked out of their houses to gather around him and dance all night long. This epic incident is called the Raasa Leela or the "dance of love". It depicts the eternal love between mortal beings and the immortal god. This most talked-about incident in Lord Krishna's life is depicted in this mural through vivid colours, musical instruments and the gopis in bliss. Bring the Leela into your life by placing this painting in the living room or a bedroom.

Note: In all its detail this can be custom made and hand crafted exclusively in a size of your choice to suit your exclusive needs.

Dimension 60 x 36 inches   [Customizable]
Culture Kerala,India
Medium Canvas and paper
Weight600.0 g
Product Codeacsckmlkwg-11

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