How Krishna Represents the Beginning of Creation – Amazing Fact of Tanjore Painting
Krishna on Leaf Tanjore Painting
Krishna on leaf, symbolizes the beginning of creation, little Krishna on the peepal leaf floating on the cosmic ocean represents the beginning of creation. Krishna is sucking his toe, big toe on his feet, shows flexibility and purity, as when the stomach digestion is good you can put the toe in the mouth, that flexible, all children do that. Krishna is worshipped as God across India in many states and many traditions of Hinduism have idols of him to offer prayers. Krishna is the eighth avatar of the Lord Vishnu, considered as the supreme God in many cultural communities. Krishna means attractiveness, he has such charm which attracts everyone.
Krishna is bliss, Krishna is attraction, so wherever you see beauty it’s Krishna, the charm is actually Krishna, wherever you get attracted to the beauty and whatever attracts you is Krishna. Krishna is the center of attraction and is a source of bliss.
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Balkrishna resting on a leaf beautifuly done in the Tanjore Art Form
This tanjore painting is a popular depiction of Bala Krishna on a leaf of Vata Vriksha (banyan leaf) with a toe in his mouth in Gokulam, a city in South India. This painting is Markandeya’s vision of Lord Vishnu as an infant lying on leaf of a banyan tree, in the midst of the primordial ocean. As the story goes, the sage gets sucked into the mouth of this infant and was surprised to find the entire world arrayed safely inside him, while the pralaya seemed to have destroyed everything, on the outside.
Dimensions of Krishna Painting: Length : 24″ Heigth: 30″
Materials used: Water Resistant Plywood, Cloth, Chalk powder, Semi precious stones, 22 Carat Gold
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Self-Realization through Krishna Painting:
Krishna means ‘all-attractive.’ Lord Krishna attracts everyone. In every picture of Krishna we can see that he attracts the cows, calves, birds, trees, plants, and even the water in Vrindavana with his charm and the music of his flute. He is attractive to the cowherd boys, to the Gopikas, to Nanda Maharaja, to the Pandavas, and to all human society. Therefore if any particular name can be given to God, that name is ‘Krishna’.
Krishna Tanjore Painting here makes your home filled with harmony and joy with the cute smile of Krishna and binds your family with the thread called Krishna.