The dark Krishna and the golden fair Radha are ceaselessly brought into juxtaposition with Krishna goading the shy Radha to come to him. Standing under the drooping branches, Radha and Krishna are seen in full splendor: the latter bedecked in a lavish crown, earrings, necklaces, waist belt and a long floral garland. He has the flute tucked in the belt; the flute that is endowed with the same spell, the same beauty, the same infallible sweetness, grace and captivation as the god himself. Radha is also adorned in a crown, a special image, as in most she is depicted as a simple and beautiful village belle. Her neck and ears are also laden with jewelry. Her hair cascades down her back. There is nothing ostentatious about her attire. Her gait is languid and her eyes restless.
However, here the erotic mood is subdued to create a composition that emanates serenity and bliss. We witness a sensuous, yet refined treatment of the love of Radha and Krishna, captured in exotic batik.
This description by Renu Rana.