The first, depicting Rama and Ravana, Rama, another incarnation of the god Vishnu, is fighting with his axe the demon-king Ravana, whose arms grow back after being cut off, the Bovinegoddess Sabala is in the background. The second, with the circularly bordered god Krishna and his lover Radha in the center. Around this focus are several depictions of blue, golden crowned Krishnas, respectively between the shepherd girls, who are holding hands and performing a circle dance. The third, depicting the King Rama sitting in a noble carriage being pulled by two white horses and steered by Krishna. All three with fine golden floral borders. The other three pages bear fine ornamental decoration and a field with Sharada script.
Dimensions: SHEET SIZE APPROX. 14 X 9.5 CM EACH
Condition: Faults and stains along the edges, paintings in overall good condition
Provenance: Galerie Zacke archive