One of the most popular gods in the Hindu pantheon, Krishna represents joy, mischief, compassion, playfulness, and heroic deeds. Krishna is the 8th incarnation of Vishnu, the central figure of the epicMahabharata, and author of theBhagavad Gita.
From his mischievous boyhood exploits as a butter thief and prankster to his later role as a warrior and statesmen, every phase of Krishna's life is celebrated and meditated upon as a divineleela, or cosmic play.
This print depicts Krishna's idyllic boyhood in Vrindavan where he frolicked in nature playing his flute for the creatures of the forest.
AGHORI’s premium matte posters are made with museum-grade paper (175gsm fine art paper), and printed using high quality pigmented archival inks for a stunning addition to your home or sacred space. The prints are ready for framing to suit your preferred aesthetic.
.: 175 gsm fine art paper .: Matte finish .: For indoor use .: Due to the production process of these posters, please allow for slight size deviations with a tolerance between 1/8" to 1/4".
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