Unique Lord Krishna gopa lila (legends) scroll 31×18 inch

SKU: 00360

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Lord Krishna the eighth incarnation of lord Vishnu in Dwapara Yuga had the motif of spreading the message of selfless love and oneness and Gopis were epitome of selfless love. In this palm leaf scroll, gopis are depicted beautifully forming a temple on which lord Krishna is presented to be sitting over a lotus flower playing his flute gracefully. In other picture lord Krishna is depicted stealing clothes of the gopis with was one of the notorious deed of the playful lord. And the several other pictures on the scroll depicting lord Krishna playing around with these beautiful maidens of Gokuldham. Lord Krishna would play his flute and that would make the maidens forget everything, get marooned and dance to the melodious tune of the playful lord.

So bring home this scroll depicting the playful and heroic acts of the lord in disguise as human and add charm to your house and enhance the aesthetics of your house or workplace.

Additional information

Weight0.25 kg
Height: 31in    Width: 18in    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.