Natkhat Krishna


Size: A4
Medium: Micron Pen
Style: freestyle (Madhubani inspired)

Sri Krishna was born to Devaki but she was not gifted to bring him up. The King of Mathura, Kansa was destined to be killed by the 8th child of Devaki and hence Kansa planned to kill the child. As soon as Krishna was born, Vasudeva his father carried the child on his head, crossed the forest and gave it to Yashoda. Yashoda was the wife of Nanda and later became foster-mother to Krishna.
In Yashoda’s household, Krishna grew up with utmost love and care, even though he was always stirring up some mischief or the other. Sri Krishna used to be a very naughty child. He used to break the pots of girls carrying milk, butter and have them with his friends. The girls and women of the village used to come to his Mother Yashoda and complain that her little kid is giving troubles to them. In the childhood days of Lord Krishna, he became famous as Makhan Chor (butter thief) and an expert with the flute.
Because Krishna was very naughty and every other person from the village come and complained about Krishna, once Yashoda Maiya furiously went to find Krishna so that she could punish him she was tired finding little naughty Krishna, she sat down under the tree and that’s when to impress mother Yashoda he played his flute so beautiful that mother Yashoda wasn’t angry anymore and selflessly loved him. Naughty Krishna’s teary eyes always made Yashoda forget the anger.


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GOND Painting.

Size: 28′ * 19′
Medium: acrylics

The word “Gond” comes from the Dravidian expression kond, meaning “the green mountain.” The work of Gond artists is rooted in their folk tales and culture, and thus story-telling is a strong element of every painting. Gond art comes with the belief that a good image brings good luck. This inherent belief led the Gonds to decorate their houses and floors with traditional tattoos and motifs.

Sometimes Music is the only thing that gets your mind off of everything else, sometimes all you need is music , a symphony to make you feel lost for better.