The story of Lord Krishna at Vrindavan, when he danced and is lost in eternal music is a saga of selfless love. The Rash Leela (Krishna’s dance with the Gopis) as is called in many parts of the country, the flute of the Lord spreads the tune of love. The Kalamkari painting has captured glorious moments of Indian religion by painting one of the most popular themes of Indian epic. Lord Krishna has been shown along with his cow, the gopis have been painted with a sense of satisfaction on their faces. They are extremely happy to have their beloved by their side. Every gopi loved to dance with Krishna. They loved him like anything.
Krishna with Gopis under Kadamba Tree