Traditional Pichwai paintings on textile, depicting scenes from the life of Shrinathji—a version of Lord Krishna.
Pichwai art originated in Deccan and was further refined in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Pichwai paintings were traditionally hung behind idols of Lord Krishna in temples, and were used as a visual means of narrating stories from his life. Today, the town of Nathdwara in Rajasthan is especially known for this style of painting.
Our Pichwai paintings are usually one-off pieces created by our artist. Some of them even combine Pichwai with other kinds of folk art for something truly unique.