Yashodha holds Krishna and Balarama, Orissa, ivory carving, 17th/18th c.

Source: http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/search/LotDetail.asp?sid=&intObjectID=3969953&SE=CMWCAT03+1192914+%2D356381872+&QR=M+1+70+Aqc0000900+1099720++Aqc0000900+&entry=india&SU=1&RQ=True&AN=71
(downloaded Aug. 2002)

"An Ivory Figure of Yashoda Holding Krishna and Balarama. India, Orissa, 17th/18th Century. Very finely carved depicting Yashoda standing in tribhanga on a lotus base supporting Krishna on her hip and holding Balarama at her side, wearing ornately beaded jewelry, pendent sashes incised with floral designs and belts with tassels, her choli incised with foliate pattern and her hair 7 in. (18 cm.) high."

From the Ravi Varma studio, 1910's

Source: ebay, Jan. 2010

Krishna opens his mouth and Yashodha sees the three worlds (bazaar art, c.1910's)

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

Yashodha, holding a toy flute, chases the naughty boy inside a Mughal-looking palace (bazaar art, 1950's)

Source: ebay, 2006

The adorable child is loved by everybody in Vrindavan: a painted ivory plaque, inset with jewels, suited for home worship (later 1900's)

Source: ebay, Nov. 2006

Bathing the child Krishna, by Umashankar Sharma; a modern painting in the Kangra style

Source: http://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/HA39
(downloaded July 2001)

Mother and child (bazaar art, c.1990's)

Source: ebay, Sept. 2008

The adorable child, in a modern bazaar-art print, c.1990's

Source: ebay, Sept. 2008

Balarama, Krishna's brother, also feels an intense and protective devotion toward him (bazaar art, 1990's)

Source: ebay, Oct. 2008

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