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Yamuna (Miniature Painting)

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Yamuna (Pahadi School)
Painting on paper
8 x 6" / 20 x 15 cms  
Recent reproduction of a traditional miniature 
Part of the जल देवी (Water Goddess) Curation as part of The Monsoon Festival 16

Yamuna ji, also in white, is seen seated on her typical vahana: मत्स्य (Fish). The original painting, in the collection of Israel Museum attributes this to be Ganga but this is probably an incorrect attribution, since Ganga is typically seated on a crocodile and not a fish. Again, note the placement of the goddess in the river here; and the relationship of the river to the landscape: here we see the water horizon-source clearly, as the river emerges out of the hilly, forested horizon into the foreground. Four handed Yamuna ji, holds a lotus in one hand, and the kalash in her other hand holds an efflorescence of lotuses, perhaps highlighting her flower arrangement skills!
(The work will be shipped without a frame, packed flat in board)  
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Pair this up with Ganga and Saraswati to create a triptych of the Water Goddesses Trintity.