Vasudeva caries baby Krishna across the raging Yamuna river, and the river parted out of love for Krishna.
Darling Krishna of sits on Mother Yasoda’s lap (a very intimate picture) – very high resolution.
A fruit vendor gives all her fruit to Krishna and finds that now her basket is full of jewels!
Trinavarta, the whirlwind demon took Baby Krishna into the sky to try to kill Him but Krishna became too heavy for him and began to strangle him.
Krishna kills the demon Trinavarta and mother Yasodha comes to protect her Baby child.
Yashodha chases Krishna to chastise Her darling Baby. Krishna likes playing as an ordinary naughty boy to please His devotees
Narada curses the two sons of Kuvera Nalakuvara and Manigriva who did not show him proper respect
Krishna shows Brahma how He has actually become all the Cows and Boys reveling His inconceivable potencies
Krishna gives liberation to Nalakuvara and Manigriva from the form of the twin Arjuna trees
The Aghasura demon lay on the road to devour Krishna’s friends and Krishna contemplates how to save them and kill the demon.
The residents of Vrindavan’s love has increased so much due to Krishna himself taking the place of all the cows and cowherds boys.
Lord Brahma offers prayers to Krishna after realizing that Krishna is just playing as a village boy.
he cowherds boys and cows died by drinking the poisioned Yamuna water and Krishna lovingly brings them back to life
Balarama plays a trick on Krishna and gives Him a flower instead of a sweet – Krishna likes to play with his devotees
Krishna and the cowherd boys run through Vrindavan and try to catch Krishna.
Wounderful Krishna plays games in the forest with his boy friends and the animals. Isn’t Krishna the most adorable lovable friend?!
Krishna and Balarama play as cow herds boys in Vrindavan and enjoy loving pastimes with their devotees
Krishna Lovingly embrases His pure unalloyed devotee as he Re-enters Goloka-Vrindavana.
The cowherd (gopa’s) men and gopis tend to their cows and calfs to serve Krishna with love
Sharma art – Cows, krishna, gopies, gopas, cowherd men in the village of Vrindavan
Kunthi calls the Sungod with her magic mantra. She is surprised to see him actually appear before her ready to fulfill her desires.
Duḥśāsana tries to disrobe Draupadi and she is saved by Krishna who supplies an unlimited amount of cloth to her sari.
Bhagavad-Gita original art plate 3 Draw my chariot between the two armies so that I may see who is present here, desirous of fighting
Bhagavad Gita – The chariot sits between the armies. Now Arjuna, knowing all this, do what you like
Bhagavad-Gita original art plate 5 Arjuna is lamenting and his weapons slip from his hand as he resolves that he does not want to fight
Lord Krishna, as the chariot driver, instructs Arjuna on the battlefield as the two sides prepare for battle
Grandfather Bhishma lies on the battlefield on a bed of arows and speaks to Maharaja Yudistira in an undisturbed state of mind
The Yadavas, being drunk on rice wine, fight and eliminate themselves from the Earth. Thus removing the last of the real Kshatriyas and beginning the Kali-yuga
Srila Sukadeva Gosvami approches maharaja Pariksit to speak the Bhagavatam on his last 7 days to live
The snake-bird Taksaka bit Maharaja Pariksit, who was ready to die, being merged in meditation on the Supersoul, and the body of the saintly king immediately burned to ashes