Dimension(HW): 25×40 inch
Weight: 0.2 kg
The place rich in art and culture, Odisha. Pattachitra is one of the gems from the basket of art from Odisha. It illustrates mythological and folk tales through the intricate motifs, and patterns. The following Painting depicts the whole life events of Lord Krishna.
Lord Krishna was born to king Vasudev and his mother Devaki, in jail. They were imprisoned by Devaki’s own brother Kansa who was warned by an astrologer that he may get killed by the child of his sister, so he imprison them and killed every child born to them. But king Vasudeva carried Lord Krishna after birth to Nanda’s house at Gokul through the Yamuna river, by carrying him on his head with a rattan basket while heavy storm approached, protected by a seven head serpent hood over his head from the rain. The Pattachitra has many stories like to unfold through the picture like killing female demon Putana who was sent by Kansa to kill the infant, His dance on Kaaliya Naag in river Yamuna, stealing butter, in childhood famous as Makhan chor, lifting the Govardhan Hill, to safeguard people and livestock from the storm, his Viswaroopa, stealing clothes from the Gopis from the tree, Krishna playing in the village, killing of demon Kesi.
The center part of the painting showcase the undying selfless love and devotion of Lord Krishna and Radha. A message of love blossoms when liberated. The painting shows both of them meeting in the Vrindavan when Lord Krishna plays flute melodiously every day by the lakeside. The painting has so much to delineate around, the Dasavatara of Lord Vishnu. Masya, Kurma, Varaha, Narsimha, Vamana, Parshurama, Rama, Balarama, Krishna, Kalki. Avatar means incarnation Lord Vishnu has ten incarnations in different yuga (time period). The first yuga is called the Satya yuga where the four avatars appeared.
In the second yuga called the Treta Yuga where three avatars appeared. The third is Dwapara where two appeared and the last is Kali Yuga.
This painting is a true reflection of the life of Lord Krishna with benediction. Ideal to décor at any wall of, home, temple, hallway, office, the color combination blend with a wall of light-colored background.
Care: The painting should dust with the help of a soft cloth.