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Krishna Lilas - The Nectarian Pastimes of the Sweet Lord

Vintage Old Litho Prints of Lord Krishna Radha with Original Wooden Frame | eBay

Vintage Old Litho Prints of Lord Krishna Radha with Original Wooden Frame

Water sports-  the eternal couple, Krishna and Radha, have all the propensities of ordinary human beings, since They are our source.

Water sports- the eternal couple, Krishna and Radha, have all the propensities of ordinary human beings, since They are our source.

Vishnu with Lakshmi seated on a lotus throne Artist: Mahaveer SwamiThe Art of Bikaner – Mahaveer Swami (via Museum Of Sacred Art)

Vishnu with Lakshmi seated on a lotus throne Artist: Mahaveer SwamiThe Art of Bikaner – Mahaveer Swami (via Museum Of Sacred Art)

Man Lila lithograph, c. 1910 Hemchander Bhargava

Seducing Krishna, Radha bares her breasts Man Lila lithograph, c.

Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu listening Gadadhar Pandit's Bhagavatam Discourse

Since the time of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Mayapur has been a place for learning Gaudiya Vaishnava scriptures. It was a highly reputed place for scriptural studies.

Radha and Krishna, 1800s India, Calcutta, Kalighat painting, 19th century black ink, color and silver paint, and graphite underdrawing on paper, Painting only - h:40.40 w:27.90 cm (h:15 7/8 w:10 15/16 inches). Gift of William E. Ward in memory of his wife, Evelyn Svec Ward 2003.167 | Cleveland Museum of Art

Radha and Krishna, India, Calcutta, Kalighat painting, century black…

Painted by Syamarani didi

Let my mind be fixed upon Lord Sri Krishna, whose motions and smiles of love attracted the damsels of Vrajadhama.