Krishna with gopis on kandarpa elephant scroll 16.5×14 inch

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Shri Krishna, also referred to as the Nandlal, devaki-nandan or kanha who never failed to captivate the heart of any being, may be with his playful behavior or with his melodious tunes he played on his flute. Shri Krishna has his famous tales about his romance with the milk-maidens of Gokuldham widely called as Rasleela which is beautifully portrayed in this palm leaf. Out of all the maidens Radha Rani was said to be his favorite, with whom he would spend hours near the Yamuna River playing flute and dancing in joy. In this scroll the gopis form a shape of an elephant over which Shri Krishna is depicted to be sitting playing flute in a mesmerizing manner. This scene straight remind us of the river bank of the Yamuna where the trees and the water witnessed the captivating scene. So bring this scroll home to enhance the beauty of your walls and even captivate the mind of your visitors.

Additional information

Weight0.15 kg
Height: 16.5in    Width: 14in    Length: in


Bind the art in a frame and hang on your office or home wall.


Simply dust this item with a small cotton hand broom periodically to keep any dirt from accumulating. Keep this away from heavy water.