Very romantic...Krishna and Radha Pichvai/Pichwai Silk Painting by oldsilkroute, $200.00

Krishna and Radha Silk Painting/ Wall Tapestry/ Wall Hanging

Very romantic...Krishna and Radha Pichvai/Pichwai Silk Painting by oldsilkroute, $200.00

A Pichhavai of Peacocks   India, Rajasthan, 19th Century   Brightly painted with cavorting peahens and peacocks, six with plumes unfurled in a garden setting with flowering and fruit bearing trees and scampering monkeys, a lotus pond below with swimming fish, and with flying deities above in chariots driven by geese and mythical creatures, bordered by peacocks and floral sprays on an orange ground  109½ x 103½ in. (278 x 263 cm.)

A Pichhavai of Peacocks India, Rajasthan, 19th Century Brightly painted with cavorting peahens and peacocks, six with plumes unfurled in a garden setting with flowering and fruit bearing trees and scampering monkeys, a lotus pond below with swimming fish, and with flying deities above in chariots driven by geese and mythical creatures, bordered by peacocks and floral sprays on an orange ground 109½ x 103½ in. (278 x 263 cm.)

"Shri Nathji bedecked for Goswami Vitthalnathji's birthday", ca. 1840, India (Rajasthan, Mewar, Nathadwara), source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Shri Nathji bedecked for Goswami Vitthalnathji's birthday", ca. 1840, India (Rajasthan, Mewar, Nathadwara), source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Beautiful textiles from IBU: Radha and her Maids:   Pichvai Pillow

Beautiful textiles from IBU: Radha and her Maids: Pichvai Pillow

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Understanding Hindu Metaphysics

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

ca. 1760. Krishna and Radha in a Pavilion. Lightning symbolizes sexual excitement. The garden of ripe mangoes and flowering shrubs symbolically foreshadow the result of Krishna and Radha's union. The sexual joining is an allegory of the unification of a mortal with the eternal oneness via devotion to a divinity. Pahari, India.

ca. 1760. Krishna and Radha in a Pavilion. Lightning symbolizes sexual excitement. The garden of ripe mangoes and flowering shrubs symbolically foreshadow the result of Krishna and Radha's union. The sexual joining is an allegory of the unification of a mortal with the eternal oneness via devotion to a divinity. Pahari, India.

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