Shrinathji Govardhan Parwat Pichwai- Lifting the Govardhan Hill

Shrinathji Govardhan Parwat Pichwai- Lifting the Govardhan Hill

Size: 5 feet by 7 feet

Pichwai: Shrinathji, a form of Lord Krishna, as a child, lifted Govardhan Parvat (hill) on his little finger for seven days, and safeguarded the people of Vrindavan from Lord Indira’s devastating thunderstorms.

Hand painted by traditional Pichwai artist

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Shrinathji Govardhan Parwat (Hill) Pichwai .  ‘Shrinathji’, is Shri Krishna, as a child and hi childhood depiction occurs frequently in Pichwai paintings. The legends of Krishna, say that he protected the people of Vrindavan from a thunderstorm, by lifting the Govardhan Parvat on his little finger for seven days, as indicated in this painting with the deity’s raised left hand. The word ‘Parvat’ means ‘Hill’. The most painted depiction of Lord Krishna is with his right hand typically rests on the waist or is lowered in an act of blessing.

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