The Kṛishṇa legend in Pahārī painting by Randhawa, Mohindar Singh Download PDF EPUB FB2
Kṛishṇa legend in Pahārī painting. New Delhi: Lalit Kalā Akadami [sic] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M S Randhawa. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description:  pages: color illustrations ; 36 cm.
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Then we find powers of doubtful origin, Mitra and Varua and Vishu and Rudra, and figures of heroic legend, like the warrior Indra and the twin charioteers called Aśvinaā and Nāsatyā.
All these, with many others, have their worship in the ig– vēda: the priests sing their praises lustily, and often speak now of one deity, now of another, as being the highest divinity, without the least consistency.”/5(6).
Vâsudeva is a well-known name of Kṛishṇa and a sûtra of Pâṇini, especially if taken in conjunction with the comment of Patanjali, appears to assert that it is not a clan name but the name of a god.
BEAUTY OF LORD SRI KRISHNA The eighteen chapters of the sixth book This is a striking proof of the popularity of the Kṛishṇa legend outside the Brahmanic religion. According to Arthasastra of Kautilya (4th centuries CE) Vāsudeva was worshiped as supreme Deity in a strongly monotheistic format.
The lovers meet. The music of love. Krishna's flute. The union. Arranging the earring. Pahari painting (literal meaning a painting from the mountainous regions, pahar means a mountain in Hindi) is an umbrella term used for a form of Indian painting, originating from Himalayan Hill kingdoms of North India, during 17thth century.
The most popular part is the tenth book, which narrates in detail the history of Kṛishṇa, and has been translated into perhaps every one of the vernacular languages of India. Other Vishnuite Purāṇas of a late date are the Brahma, the Nāradīya, the Vāmana, and the Varāha, the latter two called after the Dwarf and the Boar incarnations of Vishṇu.
This is a striking proof of the popularity of the Kṛishṇa legend outside the Brahmanic religion.  According to Arthasastra of Kautilya- (4th centuries CE) Vāsudeva was worshiped as Author: Pravin Agrawal.
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we may say that the outline of the Kṛishṇa-legend is as follows: Kṛishṇa's father Vasudēva and his mother Dēvakī were grievously wronged by Dēvakī's cousin Kaṃsa, who usurped the royal power in Mathurā and endeavoured to slay Kṛishṇa.
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The Ramayan of Valmiki (BOOK I, BOOK II, BOOK III, BOOK IV, BOOK V, BOOK VI) Illustrations by Raja Ravi Varma Ramayana The Churning of the Ocean was popular even during the Mughal period (16th century), and it was a favourite subject of Rājasthānī and Pahārī painters of the 17th and 18th centuries.