Radha's joyful dance is the second of the series of 8 paintings on the theme of "Gopi Geeth"
This painting was inspired by "Gopi Geeth" from "Bhagavatam" a devotional book of the Hindus in India. Gopi Geeth is about the love the Gopis feel for Krishna the Godhead, their eternal Lover. Their love is not the physical one but of the eternal kind representing the human soul seeking the Supreme with whom it wants to unite to feel the ecstasy of oneness with God, to be liberated from the earthly desires and miseries. Radha, also a Gopi, is Krishna's lover and she dances as if delirious in the all consuming love for Krishna!
"disi disi kirati sajala kanajalam
mayana nalinamiva vidalitanalam
radhika virahe tava kesava."
"Hey Kesava! In Your separation Radhika appears like a
plucked lotus flower drenched in water.
While crying pathetically She searches after You in every direction!"
- Gita Govinda Chapter4-(14)
This original art work is in oil colors on canvas.
Size :24"x 30"
No frame, will look wonderful in a frame. Supplementary images are not to scale.
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Winsor & Newton Oil paints and mediums on primed canvas