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Hindu God Krishna dancing on the hoods of venomous snake Kaliya

Hindu God Krishna dancing on the hoods of venomous snake Kaliya

Art Work By Sagar World

Venomous, multi-hooded dwells in the Yamuna river which has affected many villagers. Once Krishna's ball falls into the river while he is playing with cowherds. As he jumps into the river, Kaliya grips him around his body. Krishna expands his body, releases himself, and begin to dance on Kaliya's hood, thereby hurting him and expelling out all the venom. Kaliya accepts his defeat and leaves the river.

Venomous, multi-hooded dwells in the Yamuna river which has affected many villagers. Once Krishna's ball falls into the river while he is playing with cowherds. As he jumps into the river, Kaliya grips him around his body. Krishna expands his body, releases himself, and begin to dance on Kaliya's hood, thereby hurting him and expelling out all the venom. Kaliya accepts his defeat and leaves the river.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame.

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Venomous, multi-hooded dwells in the Yamuna river which has affected many villagers. Once Krishna's ball falls into the river while he is playing with cowherds. As he jumps into the river, Kaliya grips him around his body. Krishna expands his body, releases himself, and begin to dance on Kaliya's hood, thereby hurting him and expelling out all the venom. Kaliya accepts his defeat and leaves the river.

Venomous, multi-hooded dwells in the Yamuna river which has affected many villagers. Once Krishna's ball falls into the river while he is playing with cowherds. As he jumps into the river, Kaliya grips him around his body. Krishna expands his body, releases himself, and begin to dance on Kaliya's hood, thereby hurting him and expelling out all the venom. Kaliya accepts his defeat and leaves the river.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front (OR) Printed on premium cotton canvas by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks and mounted on wooden stretcher frame.