‘India is a country of festivals’, one can experience this statement easily by residing in this Country, as each and every day is connected and has an importance of its own and is comprised of spiritual significance according to the Vedic Indian Calendar known as ‘Panchang’. Out of this datechart, Holi is a very auspicious occasion as it is celebrated in the remembrance of the victory of good over the evil. ‘Holika’ is associated with the annual bonfire on the night before the festival of colors.
Holi is also related with Lord Krishna, as we can see in this painting the color game between Krishna with his friends and Radha Rani with her friends. Both the teams drench each other with the colors of love and the platform is getting multicoloured due to their play. It symbolises the unity between the cowherd members of Radha and Krishna involving the cultural bond reflecting throughout their costumes and ornaments. Krishna has specially decorated himself for the sake of Radhika, the queen of Vrindavan. Radha Rani has adorned herself with stunning dress and jewels to attract Krishna and both are deeply involved in expressing their emotions for each other.
The pleasant environment of Vrindavan is equipped with wonderful forest of trees and marvellous Kunjas and Nikunjas of Rajasthani architecture; peacocks of Vraja along with the monkeys, resembles the speechless beauty, greenery and divine atmosphere of Vrindavan.
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Water Color Painting On Cotton Fabric30 inches X 40 inches
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