Kamdhenu- Framed Pichwai paintings ( Set of two)
The Pichwai style P ichhwai are large devotional Hindu painted pictures, normally on cloth, which portray Krishna. They are mainly made to hang in Hindu temples of the Pushtimarg devotional tradition, especially the Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, built around 1672.
Over time, Pichwai painting are practiced in various regional styles. The most recognisable among these are the Nathdwara style known for its expressive portraitures, the Deccan or Hyderabadi defined by a liberal use of gold and silver leaf, the dynamic and fluid Kota-Bundi style, and the Kishangarh style inspired by Mughal miniatures.
- Pichwai paintings show the Krishna cows of joy, wealth and peace
- Cows are considered divine and abode to all the demigods of Hindu pantheo
- These are handpainted paintings , a set of two, with beautifully rendered cows and motifs
- The paintings are custom framed with delicate vintage wood frames to bring out the beauty of the art
- A lovely addition to any corner or wall and a great gift for a housewarming.
Size: Large: 11.75" x 13.5" x 1.5"
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