Krishna Ras Leela(KR-A) Handmade painting on silk by traditional artists of Rajputana Rajasthan, India. The paints are derived from natural mineral pigments. This pichwai style painting originates from the city of Nathdwara, Rajasthan, Northwestern India. City of Nathdwara is also famous for Shrinath ji temple which is dedicated to lord Krishna. In the painting, lord Krishna is performing Ras Leela, flanked by Radha and her friends who are known as gopikas. Rasa dance is part of the traditional story of Krishna described in Hindu scriptures such as the Bhagavata Purana and literature such as the Geet Govinda, where he dances with Radha and her friends. The Indian classical dance of Kathak evolved from the 'Rasleela of Braj Vrindavan and Manipuri Classical Dance known as Natwari Nritya. The term, rasa meaning "aesthetics" and leela meaning "act," "play" or "dance" is a concept fromHinduism, which roughly translates to "play (leela) of aesthetics (rasa)," or more broadly as "Dance of devine love" The dimensions of the painting from the exterior borders are, 19"x14.5"~482x368mm.The painting is UN-framed. It will be professionally packaged, and shipped in a crush proof roll box.Shipping & Handling: Shipped via USPS Mail. We offer combined shipping discounts on multiple purchases.We accept pay pal, and all major credit cards. Please check out our other items! Please be sure to add us to your favorites list!