Krishna Radha Rasa Lila Art Handmade Indian Religious Hindu Folk Decor Painting

Regular price $188.00

Krishna Radha doing the Rasa Lila Dance  

  • Subject: Indian Religious Miniature Painting
  • Paint Material: Opaque Watercolor
  • Base Material: Synthetic Laminate (unframed)
  • Size: 9 in. wide X 12 in. tall (23 cms X 30.5 cms)
  • Age: Modern handmade art
  • Country of origin: India
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Fill your home with the beauty of this remarkable & stunningly beautiful hand-made artwork from India depicting the Rasa Lila (or Ras Leela).

The term, rasa meaning “aesthetics” and lila meaning “act,” “play” or “dance” is a concept from Hinduism, which roughly translates to “play (lila) of aesthetics (rasa),” or more broadly as “Dance of Divine Love”.

The rasa lila takes place one night when the gopis of Vrindavan, upon hearing the sound of Krishna’s flute, sneak away from their households and families to the forest to dance with Krishna throughout the night, which Krishna supernaturally stretches to the length of one Night of Brahma, a Hindu unit of time lasting approximately 4.32 billion years. In the Krishna Bhakti traditions, the rasa lila is considered to be one of the highest and most esoteric of Krishna’s pastimes. In these traditions, romantic love between human beings in the material world is seen as merely a diminished, illusionary reflection of the soul’s original, ecstatic spiritual love for Krishna, God, in the spiritual world.

This painting is an exquisite work of art that depicts Lord Krishna and his favorite gopi (‘cow-herding maiden’) Radha doing the divine dance of love. Set against a backdrop of a lush green garden, the artwork is a medley of Hindu mysticism, eternal love and blessings of mother nature.

It will make a superb display in your home or office for a brilliant showcase of fine artistry and you are bound to get many compliments even as the art of rasa lila brings a festive touch to your decor.

Don’t miss out on this exclusive Krishna artwork. Buy it now.

NOTE: The art substrate is a little bent but will render itself flat after the framing process.