Kaliya Daman | Madhubani Painting | A5 Frame
This framed A5 size Madhubani painting, inspired by the tales based on the life of Lord Krishna - a major deity - the eighth avatar of the god Vishnu as described in Hindu scriptures such as the Bhagavata Purana and literature such as the Gita Govinda.
This Kaliya Daman painting is inspired by the tale of Lord Krishna dancing upon and subduing Kāliya. Krishna is one of the most widely revered and most popular of all Indian divinities. According to legend Kalinga (Kaliya), the poisonous snake had occupied and poisoned the river Yamuna causing grave distress to the cowherds and the flora and fauna of Vrindavan. On hearing their plight, young Krishna jumped into the river and overpowered the vile serpent.
- Size: 5.8 Inch x 8.3 Inch
- Price is for framed painting. It comes with an attached sturdy back easel stand, and can be displayed on any table top or shelf.
- Handpainted in Madhubani art style on handmade paper
- Painted with Acrylic colours.
- Artist: Krishna Kuman Jha
Painting by Krishna Kumar Jha Jha in the ancient Madhubani style on handmade paper with natural colors using pen nibs and brushes.