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This cleverly compartmentalized painting shows Vishnu in his various avatars. The core of the painting has Radha and Krishna dancing in the centre of the lotus and the various petals depict the rasa mandala. Above and below the rasa mandala are the various reincarnations of Vishnu. Above the top five avatars is the episode of Krishna's life wherein he lifts mount Govardhan to save the inhabitants from incessant rains. Below the lower five incarnations is Krishna subduing the serpent Kaliya. All the above is bound within a narrow border, around which are circles with episodes from Krishna's life. They show the killing of Dhenukasura Bakasura and Vatsasura etc., instrumental in deliverance of Nalakuvara and Manigriva and salvation of Trinovarta. The garland like circular depictions have gopis painted in the corners.
Borders with colourful patterns bound the entire narration.
This description by Renu Rana.