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Vision of Krishna's Totality
Rangoli art by Tribhak Joshi
Lord Krishna Shows Himself
The House of Lac
When the Kaurava's burnt the Pandava Palace
Spread powder art (Rangoli) by Trimbhak Joshi

Lakshagriha Dahana (Bruning of Lacquer House)
Spread powder art (Rangoli) by Trimbhak Joshi
The House of Lac
Discovery of Duryodhana
Bheema Finds Duryodhana Immersed in Water
Bheema finds Duryodhana in Dwaipavana lake.
A scene from the Mahbharata war. Spread powder painting by Trimbhak Joshi

Bhima Finds Duryodhana Hidden in Lake
Discovery of Duryodhana
Warrior Abhimanyu
Death of Abhimanyu
Spread powder art (Rangoli) by artist Ravindra More

Karna and the Chariot Wheel
Game of Dice
Play of Dice Between Pandavas and Kauravas
Spread powder art (Rangoli) by Vijay Rane

The Dangerous Dice Game
Spread powder art (Rangoli) by Vijay Rane

Karna`s Magnonimity

The Indraprastha Palace
New Year Rangoli
New year is a good opportunity to greet people.

An youngster tries her hand such a happy occasion.
An youngster tries her hand such a happy occasion.
Her notes help her when she is struck.
Her notes help her when she is struck.

They welcomed year 2000 with suitable rangoli.
They welcomed year 2000 with suitable rangoli.
She commenced her rangoli early in the morning.
She commenced her rangoli early in the morning.

This is how it looked like when she completed.
This is how it looked like when she completed.
This is to welcome new millennium.
This is to welcome new millennium.

This school girl wears colorful dresses to draw her rangoli.
This school girl wears colorful dresses to draw her rangoli.
Simple way to greet the people.
Simple way to greet the people.

She takes time off from her busy household duties.
She takes time off from her busy household duties.
Her expert hands draw a rangoli in no time!
Her expert hands draw a rangoli in no time!

Rangoli greetings are the most inexpensive.
Rangoli greetings are the most inexpensive.
Powdered chalk and nimble fingers does the trick.
Powdered chalk and nimble fingers does the trick.

What a fine idea to decorate the entrance of the house!
What a fine idea to decorate the entrance of the house!
Rangoli also help to hide a distasteful road.
Rangoli also help to hide a distasteful road.

A Woman Spreading Rangoli
A Woman Spreading Rangoli
This gal spreads the special Pongal rangoli.
This gal spreads the special Pongal rangoli.

A girl commences her "Sankranti" rangoli.
A girl commences her Sankranti rangoli.
Good progress in no time!
Good progress in no time!

Sugarcane symbolizes Sankranti.
Sugarcane symbolizes Sankranti.
When she is about to complete her rangoli.
When she is about to complete her rangoli.

An expert old hand.
An expert old hand.
Single color rangoli.
Single color rangoli.

Multicolor rangoli when completed.
Multicolor rangoli when completed.
Rangoli to welcome god.
Rangoli to welcome god.

Potrait of a Hindu Woman
Everybody is welcomed on such days.
Everybody is welcomed on such days.

The temples buzz with activities.
The temples buzz with activities.
The temple pendals (awnings) are decorated with floral motifs.
The temple pendals (awnings) are decorated with floral motifs.

It reads, "Navarathri Greetings".
It reads, Navarathri Greetings.
Here is greetings for the new millennium.
Here is greetings for the new millennium.

This reminds the devotees approaching Ekadashi.
This reminds the devotees approaching Ekadashi.
Gokulashtami is the happy birthday of Lord Krishna.
"Gokulashtami" is the happy birthday of Lord Krishna.

Different temples display floral banners.
Different temples display floral banners.
Lord Krishnas love for Gopis is also highlighted!
Lord Krishna's love for "Gopis" is also highlighted!

Even older people take a closer look at his love!
Even older people take a closer look at his love!
An Amorous Couple in their Bedroom
An Amorous Couple in their Bedroom

Bhasmasura and Mohini from a Kavi Mural
Bhasmasura and Mohini from a Kavi Mural

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