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Krishna worshipped under the form of Srinathji
This painting depicts the celebration of the feast Annakut (mountain of food). Krishna in the form of Srinathji is presented surrounded by the svarups, other forms of Krishna of the Vallabhacharya cult, and attended by priests. Faizabad or Lucknow, 1770–8. Johnson Album 51, 4. As featured in the British Library exhibition, Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire.
- Image reference B20056-39
- Copyright The British Library Board