Gouache painting on paper. Kṛṣṇa's marriage to Jambhavati, the daughter of Jambavan (the king of the bears). The painting is framed by a black and gold border, which has been adhered to the paper.
- Found/Acquired: Pune
- (Asia,South Asia,India,Deccan,Maharashtra,Pune District,Pune)
- Height: 25.7 centimetres (including border)
- Width: 38.8 centimetres (including border)
This painting was previously stored in a folder entitled 'Hindu Iconography, Deccani School: 1800–1805 (on European paper).'
- Associated Event: Marriage of Krishna
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Object reference number: RFI1304
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