Beautiful Radha & Krishna in Ras leela Pattachitra Painting
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Gopikas enthralled by Krishna in this Ras leela Pattachitra Painting
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Ras leela Pattachitra Painting

Story from Bhagavatam | Rasa leela | Pattachitra from Odisha | 30in x 42in


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Product Description

This story is from Bhagavatam about Rasa leela - a dance Krishna performed with Radha and other gopikas.

Gopikas were always filled with prema and bhakti as their expression of devotion to the Lord and considered Him as their companion and the most precious treasure. Sage Narada considered the devotion of gopikas as Supreme Devotion to the Lord.

Story of the Painting

Rasa means 'aesthetics','nectar', 'emotion' or 'sweet taste' and leela means 'act', 'play' or 'dance', which translates to 'a play of sweet love'. Rasa leela  is a story about Krishna dancing with Radha and other gopikas. 

The gopikas or the cowherd maidens of Gokulam were saturated with the sweetness of Divine Love and did not seek liberation or higher knowledge. The ecstasy and the Supreme bliss they derived from merely seeking Krishna, they did not get from any other source. Unmindful of the world, upon hearing the sound of Krishna's flute, they sneak away from their households and families to the forest to dance with their Lord which was like a plunge in the Ocean of Bliss.

Krishna simultaneously danced with each one of the Gopikas as a proof of His all-pervasive presence in the universe. 

The Bhagavatam itself explicitly says that Krishna left Brindavan when he was just 11 years old. But, it is ignored, because the minds of the people want to see sensuality in Rasa leela and are vitiated by the Attachment to sense objects.

  • This¬†painting¬†or chitra¬†has been painted on a pure Tussar Silk cloth, which lends durability and gives longevity to the painting.
  • It is a detailed handmade art work by authentic artist of Orissa.
  • The Indian states of West Bengal and Orissa have their own style painting Pattachitras & differ in their use of motifs and each style has¬†been accorded Geographical Indicator Tag by the Govt. of India.

* The finer the art work is, the more value it adds to the paintings.


SKU - K100037
Dimensions - 30in x 42in
Framed - No
Color - Colored
Colors Used - Organic colors
Painting Surface - Tussar Silk
Quantity - 1
GI tagged - Yes
Origin - Bhubaneswar, Orissa
Subject - Religion & Mythology
Art Style - Folk art | Pattachitra Painting
Care Instructions - Do not bend this painting before getting it framed

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Traditional Art of Orissa

Pattachitra - a Sanskrit word, for the style of Hand Painting that originated in Orissa in 12 century B.C.,  i.e. more than 3000 years ago. It started when artists of Orissa, or Oriya Painters, started making Chitra (i.e. painting) on a Patta (i.e. palm leaf or canvas) as religious offering to temples. These paintings mostly show religious stories, deities and daily life events of people from that period using rich colorful application & creative motifs and designs. From canvas to colours, everything in Pattachitra paintings is prepared by hands of craftsman.


Pattachitra artist - Debasish Sahoo
Debasish Sahoo is an artist from Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
For generations, his family has been dedicated to world-famous Pattachitra Paintings of Orissa. His family also specialises in other beautiful Art Forms of Odisha, like Palm Leaf Manuscript, Saura Tribal Art, and Stone Metal handicrafts.
They are a Puri-based cooperative of experienced and authentic artists, who are dedicated towards excellence in these Art Forms. Over the years their Art-works have cultivated a huge fan-following across the Globe.

Geographical Indicator or GI in short, is a tag allocated by the Government of India, as a recognition of intellectual property on natural or industrial products and processes, and traditional skills that are Exclusively associated with a particular place of origin.

The GI tag ensures that none other than those registered as authorised creator are allowed to use the popular product name. 

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