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Little Krishna and the monkeys of Vrindavan reimagined
5000 years ago in the magical land of Vrindavan, lived a sweet little boy named Krishna. He spent all the years of his blissful childhood here, filling the hearts of the inhabitants of Vrindavana with pure love for Him. All of His pastimes have been recorded in the Bhagavata Purana, an ancient Sanskrit classic from India.
Here, I have depicted the pastime where Krishna along with the monkeys (who conveniently happen to be His friends) steal butter from the residents’ homes. He later feeds butter to the monkeys, and enjoys their company.
It is mentioned that everything (animate and inanimate) exists in Vrindavana to serve Krishna and to bring joy to Him. I have tried to depict that using the clouds and the leaves. The clouds and the leaves along with the monkeys are assisting Him in the butter theft.
If we give all of our hearts to Krishna, Krishna gives Himself to us. The capacity of what we have to give to Krishna in relation to infinity, is a drop, but yet that drop when is offered with love, it is more precious to Krishna than all the wealth in all the material and spiritual existence. That is His nature. If we offer a drop he returns a bottomless, shore-less ocean of His love in reciprocation. This is the principle of Bhakti.
I am Jamuna, and am a photoshop artist. My artworks are heavily influenced by Indian culture and spirituality. I try to give a modern twist to age-old stories (some dating back several centuries) of India, in Photoshop and bring them to life. These are the stories I often heard when I was a child, and its my sincere effort to bring them to everyone (in a modern way) using the medium of Photoshop art.
I am sure, you will like these works, as much as I do. Thank you for stopping by. Please ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.