Citation"Khambhavati Ragini, from a Ragamala (Garland of Melodies) Series
(Attributed to Jai Kisan of Malpura) , 1960.681,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Feb 26, 2024, https://hvrd.art/o/215799.
Reuse via IIIF
A rectangular opaque watercolor painting on gold paper that depicts three people along the bottom on a bright orange background and a white, domed building in the back surrounded by trees and flowers. The seated male figure is on the bottom-right sitting on a cushion with pink petals around him. He wears yellow pants and has two pairs of arms and four faces, all of which are under a crown. The kneeling woman on the left faces him and wears a blue skirt, red top, and jewelry. There is a small fire in between them. There is a standing woman on the far left that wears a green skirt, yellow top, and jewelry. She holds a small fan above the kneeling woman. The building above them has small patterns decorating it and the flora line up alongside it horizontally. There is script writing above the image and the painting is framed with a red band that is decorated with blue and white flower motifs.