Raas Leela - 02

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Size: 71 x 49 inches
Medium: Painted on Cloth


Raas Leela is the divine dance that Krishna performed with the Gopis (cow herding girls) of Braj. The dance symbolises the divine union and the spiritual love between Krishna and his devotees. The Raas Leela is said to have taken place on the first full-moon night (Purnima) after the monsoon, which marks the onset of autumn. Pichwais that depict the Raas Leela typically show Krishna dancing with the Gopikas in a circle. There will also be a full moon above the dancing figures, depicting Purnima. The Shrinathji figure in a Raas Leela Pichwai, is typically wearing jewels and brocade.