Painting depicting the dance of Lord Krishna on the hoods of the poisonous naga 'Kaliya' living in the Yamuna river. The history of Krishna and Kaliya is told in Chapter Sixteen of the of the Bhagavata Purana. Kaliyamardanam is considered to be the Good's ultimate victory over the evil.The story is said to have an esoteric meaning leading lights to self realisation or Moksha.
Highly detailed and elaborately decorated painting will adorn your prayer room or living room.
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