Patta-Chitra. The Pata-Chitras of Orissa, India, are icon paintings that include the wall-paintings, manuscript-painting, palm-leaf-etching, and painting on cloth, both cotton and silk. This art of painting on cloth can be traced back to the establishment of the shrine of Lord Jagannath at Puri in Orissa.
Sometimes Krishna & Balarama would enter the homes of the gopis & steal butter, milk & curd. They would eat & drink & feed the monkeys until they had their bellies full. Thus the gopis would complain to Mother Yashoda about Krishna's activities. Actually the gopis were so attracted to Krishna,that they could not chastise Him. They simply enjoyed discussing & hearing about His activities.