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Krishna Paintings
Krishna's Flute casts a spell
 
 
When Lord Krishna,the king of the cowherds played the flute,the gopikas,cows,deer and birds would stop in enchantment.

The flute with its soothing notes,can calm the mind of even the beasts.Krishna can cast a spell with his flute and nullify the beasts in us and make us as saintly as the cow

The serene eyes of the cows reflect their absolute contentment .They are seen standing in a trance and staring in awe at Krishna,mesmerized with his music.

The foliage, the flowers all seem to be reaching out to embrace Krishna

Cheriyal Painting
 
Posted by Hinduism Art of Living at 2012-03-30 07:41:08
 
 
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