Pichwai Painting with Shrinath Ji in Different Forms – 47in x 35in


  • The celebrated pichwai paintings made in the Mughal miniatures tradition originating from the Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara celebrate Srinathji – the infant incarnation of Lord Krishna. These mesmerizing, hand painted cloth screens were originally designed to serve as a backdrop to the idol of Srinathji at the Nathdwara Temple and were often carried back home by devotees as a tangible form of the popular Hindu god. Today the pichwai has become a highly prized souvenir art and is the perfect element for a tastefully decorated home.
  • The word pichwai derives from the Sanskrit words pich meaning back, and wais meaning hanging.
  • The pichwai paintings presented here were made by the artisans associated with Studio Kishangarh in the region-s distinctive style of painting which flourished in 18th century under the patronage of the royal family of Kishangarh.
  • Irregularities are a part of this product as it is a hand-painted pichwai painting and may have fold marks.

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Product Description

SHIPPING INFO Dispatched in 7-8 business days. This product is not eligible for return.
MEASUREMENTS Length – 47in, Width – 35in
COLOR Multi-color
WEIGHT 128 grams
MATERIAL(S) Hand Painted, Mix Media on Silk
CARE Gently wipe with damp cloth


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