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Picture of Hindu gods Krishna and Rada, India, Asia

Picture of Hindu gods Krishna and Rada, India, Asia


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Filename: 809-4262.jpg

Size: 3744 x 5616 (13.1MB)

Date: 29th October 2010

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Godong/Robert Harding

City: Bordeaux

County: Gironde

Country: India

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Picture of Hindu gods Krishna and Rada, India, Asia

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Avatar Belief Deity Figure Flute Gods Halo Hindu Hinduism Illustration Krishna Music Mythology Painting Polytheism Religious Figure Representation Sacred Shrine Spiritual Consort Rada


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This print showcases the divine connection between Hindu gods Krishna and Rada, emanating a serene and spiritual aura. Originating from India, this exquisite illustration depicts the male deity Krishna sitting alongside his female consort Rada. The ornate details of their figures reflect the rich mythology and deep-rooted belief system of Hinduism. The gods are portrayed in a state of tranquility, with Krishna holding his sacred flute, symbolizing music's profound role in religious rituals. Both deities are adorned with halos, signifying their elevated status as sacred beings. This painting serves as a representation of devotion to these revered figures within Hindu culture. Captured by Godong/Robert Harding, this vertical artwork offers an insight into European appreciation for Eastern spirituality. Despite being far from its geographical origin in Asia, France embraces the beauty and significance of these religious icons through art. With no people present in the image, it allows viewers to immerse themselves fully into the presence of these divine entities without any distractions. As polytheistic beliefs continue to thrive worldwide, this picture acts as a visual reminder of the diverse religious landscape that exists beyond our immediate surroundings.

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