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This is a painting inspired by the "Gopi Geeth" from "Bhagavatam" a devotional book of the Hindus in India. Gopi Geeth consists of 19 stanzas and is all about the love the Gopis feel for Krishna the eternal Lover. Their love is not the physical one but of the eternal kind. The Gopis stand for the human soul seeking the All Pervading God with whom it wants to unite to feel the ecstasy of oneness with God, to be liberated from the earthly desires and disasters. This painting shows Gopis dancing as they hear Krishna's divine flute and hoping that he would appear to them very soon.

"Surat-vardhanam shoka naashnam
svarit venuna sushthhu chumbitam,
Etar-raag-vi smaaranam nrinam
vitar veer naste-dharaa-mritam."

"Oh our hero, Fill us with your enchanting music
which drop like ambrosia from the flute kissed
by your lips and the pitch, which heightens our spiritual ecstasy,
dispel our sorrows and make us oblivious to every other allurement.
Your sweet music is divinely intoxicating."
Gopi Geet Verse -14-Srimad Bhagavatam

(Shipped rolled in tube.)This art work is in oil colors on canvas.

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Winsor & Newton Oil paints and mediums

Dancing Gopis (Third of the Series of 8 paintings on the theme Gopi Geeth) (2013)

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This artwork is sold by Asha Sudhaker Shenoy from India

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