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RadhaKrishna – Miniature Painting

Miniature Madhubani painting of RadhaKrishna dancing in Vrindavan pic by Arun Shanbhag

I found this exquisite miniature painting of RadhaKrishna dancing in Vrindavan. Its about 5 x 10 inches on heavy stock paper. The bright colors and fine details are captivating.

See the fine details (here larger than actual):

Miniature Madhubani painting of RadhaKrishna dancing in Vrindavan pic by Arun Shanbhag

Miniature Madhubani painting of RadhaKrishna dancing in Vrindavan pic by Arun Shanbhag


Read this: Shri Krishna, accompanied by a beautiful RadhaKrishna sculpture.

Comments

  1. Helen Oates says:

    Can I use this image please to promote a free dance event called Puja?

    • You can use this image to promote the free dance event you mention above, with the condition that you provide clear credit to ArunShanbhag.com for the image.
      Wishing you the best in your dance event.

      Can you send me a PDF or image of the flyer? I can post it here.
      Arun

  2. pardon, but who does Krishna dance with?

  3. Thank you Latha: I am learning something new every day.
    I did not know the name of this style. And you and lakshmi are artists too! Certainly a very talented family!
    You should definitely post your works. We would all love to see them – and portrays well the multiple-dimension to your being.
    🙂

  4. Dear Arun,

    These are Madhubani style of paintings. Originally done as miniature only! The miniature art is very time consuming and only a well trained artist can do! Lakshmi and I have done some of these in 10 by 12 inch boards, in nirmal art! Originals are just 1/4 the size! We will post them sometime!:))

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