DISTANT DRUMMER Publishing and Holding Company Art and Literature of Rasa Renaissance Special Posters Most depictions of Krishna even in his adolescent leelaas in Vrindavan show him  excessively laden with jewellery. Such vaibhava-vilaasa belongs to Krishna's Dvaarakaa  leelaas. Those who are attached to the vrajaleelas find such depictions incompatible with  the nectarean visions of Krishna who went after the cows with the cowherd boys and came  home in the evening with a dust/covered face that the gopis found exquisitely beautiful. In  Vrindavan He cherished most the vanamala garland of forest flowers that was put together  by his loving friends. Rupa Gosvami defines laavanya as the beauty of a person without  any ornaments. In the visions of Krishna seen in the art of Artist Mumbiram of India one sees Krishna's  laavanya which was so very special to his dear associates in Vraja. Here we see Krishna  sitting and playing his flute in a meditative mood. A dancing peacock, lotuses bending  towards Krishna's lotus feet, a pair of amorous white doves near his lap and Tulasi dancing  in the wind are enlivening the ambience. This painting was made more than 20 years ago  and has been an overwhelming favourite with Krishna lovers.   print size: 42,0 x 59,4 cm print: quality digitalprint    on 170g paper matt 25,- € (including shipping) Poster (1) “Happy Birthday Shri Krishna” with Watercolor Painting by Mumbiram, Sanskrit Verse from the Bhagavad Gita 4.7 along with English Translation: “Whenever there is a decline in God-consciousness and ascendence of malevolence I manifest myself in human society. To protect the guileless and dispel the miscreants I appear in every epoch.” Poster (2) “Happy Birthday Shri Krishna” with Watercolor Painting by Mumbiram and Sanskrit Verse along with English Translation: “With his left cheek touching his left shoulder, with his eyebrows curving gracefully, placing the flute at his lips, opening and closing its holes with his delicate fingers he is melodiously resounding the ambience. That is Mukunda, the bestower of liberation with a smile as beautiful as the kunda flowers.” (Five Songs of Rasa, Mumbiram & Party) print size: 42,0 x 59,4 cm print: quality digitalprint    on 170g paper matt 25,- € (including shipping)