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Radha is an inseparable part of Lord Krishna. In this section, portraits of their togetherness abound, each one depicting a hitherto unexpressed aspect. The one you see on this page is a fine example of folk art from the South - it is a work of kalamkari, the theme of which as per tradition is a spiritual one. Inspired by the love of Radha and Krishna, the artisan has infused this work with a life and dynamism possible only for the truly devoted.
The charming Lord Krishna is making divine music on His flute. A richly colored halo frames His towering crown, and large kundalas flank the roseate countenance of the Lord. Kalamkari Painting-Radha dances with abandon to the Krishna Flute music emanating through the forests - the pitcher of water she was carrying has dropped to the ground, and this romantic moment in his Company is one of the happiest of her day.
The word ‘kalamkari’ literally translates to penmanship, but the catch is that the ‘pen’ in question is a rudimentary one made by the artisan from natural supplies by hand. This explains the atypical lines and the limited color palette that define the subject. A voluptuous silhouette characterises both figures. Note how the intricately done, high-precision lines make up for the lack of color variation in this work.
Kalamkari Painting-Radha Dances to Lord Krishna’s Flute: