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Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā seated beneath a tree and accompanied by a white cow. Rajasthan School, Jaipur Style, c.1800.

Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā seated beneath a tree and accompanied by a white cow. Date 1800 (circa)

Come, Radha, come. Krishna follows your every desire. ‘Soil my bed with indigo footprints, Kamini, lay waste the grove savage it with your petal-soft feet. ‘I take your feet in lotus hands, Kamini, you have come far. Lay those gold flaring anklets across my bed. ‘Let yes yes flow from your mouth like amrita. From your breasts, Kamini, I draw off the dukula-cloth. We are no longer separate.’

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Radha and Krishna on a Bed at Night

Radha and Krishna on a Bed at Night Date: ca. 1830 Culture: India (Punjab Hills, Sirmur) Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: 7 x 9 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Gift of Cynthia Hazen Polsky, 1985 Accession Number:

Radha Krishna in the Basholi Idiom - So cute

Radha Krishna in the Basholi Idiom, Hindu Water Color Painting on PaperArtist:Kailash Raj

After a Night of Lovemaking, Radha Asks Krishna to Place Jeweled Anklets on her Feet, folio Illustrating Canto XII from a manuscript of the Gita Govinda (Song of the Cowherd) of Jayadeva. Other Titles Series/Book Title: Gita Govinda. Classification: Manuscripts Date: c. 1775-1780. Creation Place: South Asia, India, Himachal Pradesh, Kangra. Period: Mughal period

After a Night of Lovemaking, Radha Asks Krishna to Place Jeweled Anklets on her Feet. Canto XII, Gita Govinda (Song of the Cowherd) of Jayadeva.

Krishna and Radha celebrating the Holi festival Pahari School, Kangra Style ca. 1800

Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā celebrating the Holi festival. Pahari School Kangra Style 1800 (circa) Panjab Hills © Trustees of the British Museum

"Krishna protects gopis from the rain." India, 18th century.

Krishna protects gopis from the rain Opaque watercolors and gold on paper century, Rajasthan, India