Krishna and the Gopikas Murals at Bundi... Rajasthan, India

10:23 AM / Posted by li i /

The murals of the Bundi palace (Unesco World Heritage) are among the most beautiful Indian paintings.
Located in a house, the Chitra Shala, they relate the richness of life at the court of the early seventeenth century to the late nineteenth century, but they mostly depict scenes of traditional religious and literary texts.
This palace "Garh Palace", whose construction began in the sixteenth century, is a rare example of pure Rajput style.


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