Material : Cotton
Dimension : 2.4 meters long and 44 inches wide
This is a beautiful hand-painted dupatta on Kerala cotton depicting the start of Lord Krishna's journey to Mathura from Braj village. The folk art form is Patachitra which originates from Puri Odisha and has been passed down generations. The painting on the front of the Dupatta depicts gopis (cow herd girls) barring Krishna's path entreating him not to leave the village fearing for his death at the hands of the evil king Kansa. The other side (pic 3) is another take on the incident depicting life in the village as Lord Krishna and Lord Balaram taking a stroll in the village before leaving. Own this piece of art and wear it to make a statement. Hand painted by women artists in Odisha. Each piece will be hand painted on order basis and hence minor differences in the painting are to be expected. It can be colour customized to suit any specific requirements you may have. Product care: To be hand washed at home in cold water. Dry in shade. No soaking. Machine wash not recommended. Dry cleaning not required.
Country of Origin - India
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