Kamini Kashyap Mithila Painting of Krishna Stealing Clothes

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This Painting is from the episode of Lord Krishna’s life when he was hiding the clothes of village girls taking a bath in a river “Yamuna”. Krishna is shown on the tree with his flute and clothes are hanging on the branches of the tree. Cow are grazing below the tree and can also perceive that they came to listen to the flute of Lord Krishna.

Artist: Kamini Kashyap

Painting Dimension: 22 inch x 30 inch

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Mithila Painting is an internationally recognized folk painting of Mithila. It is also known as Madhubani Painting as it originated from a place Madhubani in Bihar. Earlier it was being done on the mud walls of houses in villages by women only. Nowadays Men also make Mithila Painting. It started on paper after a flood in Madhubani in the 1980s.

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Base Material

Handmade Paper



Painting Color


Painting Dimension

22 inch x 30 inch


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