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Krishna and Radha

Krishna and Radha representing the union of the Divine (Krishna) with the adoring human soul (Radha), Rajasthan - Kishangarh, India; 1750 CE Opaque watercolor and gold on cotton Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Radha Krishna

Krishna and Radha representing the union of the Divine (Krishna) with the adoring human soul (Radha),

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove. 18th century.

Radha and Krishna Walk in a Flowering Grove (recto) ca. Krishna Fluting (verso) The Kota Master (Indian, active in the early century) - Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

Persian painting

Costume Turkish-Persian Empires Ghaznavid, Seljuq and Ottoman, to name the most prominent. The Turks and Persians were the premier military tack makers of all time and creators of exquisitely adorned horse gear for the aristocracy and ruling sultans.

Head of Krishna  1800

mughals: Head of Krishna (possibly a cartoon for a mural painting of the Ras Lila) Attributed to Sahib Ram Date:ca. 1800 Culture:India (Rajasthan, Jaipur) Medium:Ink and opaque watercolor on paper

Album of Persian and Indian calligraphy and paintings, Mary and Jesus, Walters Manuscript W.668, fol.10b detail by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

[MUGHAL Period] Indian calligraphy and paintings, Mary and Jesus, Walters Manuscript detail by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts.

Radha Krishna

Attainment of the Divine depends on the intensity of longing and not on the time or qualification.

Khusrau Hunting: Page from a manuscript of the Khusrau and Shirin of Hatifi [Turkey (probably Istanbul)] (69.27folio15r) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Khusrau Hunting: Page from a manuscript of the Khusrau and Shirin of Hatifi, dated Ottoman Turkey (probably Istanbul) Ink, colors, and gold on paper. The Art of the Ottomans before 1600

18th century Kishangarh painting --- A Lady playing the 'Tanpura' (a type of musical instrument).

A Lady Playing the Tanpura, ca. 1735 India (Rajasthan, Kishangarh) Ink, opaque and transparent watercolor, and gold on paper 18 x 13 in.