Drawing in black ink on European watermarked paper. Two episodes from Kṛṣṇa's life. In the upper register, as a gopa positioned under the kadamba tree, and with his herd. In the lower register, Kṛṣṇa is fighting with Kaliya, the snake demon, and surrounded by naganis.
- 1800 (circa)
- Found/Acquired: Deccan
- Height: 40.8 centimetres
- Width: 32.2 centimetres
Inscription Positionupper register and reverse
Inscription ContentKrishna - about to destroy the serpent Kaliya in the Jumna.
Inscription ContentOutline - reduced to fill a plate -
Inscription CommentThe second line of the inscription is illegible.
Drawing in black ink on European watermarked paper. Two episodes from K???a's life. In the upper register, as a gopa positioned under the kadamba tree, and with his herd. In the lower register, K???a is fighting with Kaliya, the snake demon, and surrounded by naganis.
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Object reference number: RFI41585
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