This Painting depicts Krishna as a child, on his mother-Devaki’s Lap.
Devaki was married to Vasudeva. She gave birth to Krishna and the baby was switched with Yashoda’s daughter Ekanamsha (an incarnation of Yoganidra/Maya) by Vasudeva. She protests against the killing of an innocent girl but Kamsa hurled her on to a rock. The girl transformed into an eight-armed Goddess, as she tells Kamsa “Fool your destroyer has already been born elsewhere.” And vanishes into the heavens.
The Krishna with Devaki is a Madhubani Painting(Madhubani Painting is originally a Tribal Art Form, practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar. This form of Painting is famous the World over & is done with Fingers, Twigs, Brushes, Nib-Pens, and Matchsticks, etc. Natural Dyes and Pigments is used. The Paintings is characterized by Eye-Catching Geometrical Patterns. The content depicts mostly Rituals or Special Occasions, such as Birth or Marriage, and Festivals, such as Holi, Surya Shasti, Kali Puja, Durga Puja & a host of other Hindu Festivals as well as Hindu Gods & Goddess).
About the Product:
The Painting is done on 100 percent pure Export quality Cotton Canvas Fabric, Hand-picked for each design for best Quality Output. Carefully manufactured for fine art reproduction and when used with Epson true color digital printer series, which gives the painting a Glorious Look.
This Painting comes in three sizes- 8 x 12 inches | 15 x 23 inches | 23 x 35 inches
Maintenance: Digital Reproductions are super easy to maintain. You don’t necessarily need a glass for saving the painting from dust as the painting can be cleaned with a damp cloth once in a while and no colors would come off as they are embedded deep within the canvas fabric.
Please Note: This Painting comes without Frame