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Followers of Sri Chaitanya in a procession with flags, drums, dancing and singing. Transfer lithograph.

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26179i
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Sri Chaitanya was the founder of one of four principal Vaishnava sects of Hinduism. He was born in Nadiya, Bengal, ca. 1485. He is regarded as an incarnation of Krishna and Rādhā and is usually portrayed with fair skin

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1 print : transfer lithograph, with watercolour

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Wellcome Library no. 26179i

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  • Bengali


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