Prints Of Jadurani Artwork Available
Posted March 11, 2006
The spiritual world comes alive with the transcendental art of Jadurani dasi (also known as Syamarani dasi). Her art is gaining more and more popularity. Featured on the cover of the October issue of Sedona Journal, a leading new age magazine, was her work entitled Venu Gita. It features Sri Krishna playing His flute and attracting Srimati Radharani, the gopis and all the other residents of Sri Vrindavana.
Jadurani prabhu has been painting Krishna art for almost 40 years — first under the guidance of ISKCON Founder Acharya Srila Prabhupada (A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami) and now under the guidance of Srila B.V. Narayana Maharaja. Both of these great acharyas have guided her in every aspect of her painting; from posing for the personalities in the spiritual world to disclosing the fine details of what the envirornment there looks like.
In addition to posters, her work is also now available in giclée format. Giclée is a new technology that can reproduce original art so well that one often can't tell which is the original. Proceeds of the sale of the art go to the construction of a wonderful temple in Sri Navadwipa Dham. Devotees are invited to visit her website at www.bhaktiart.net/?page=index and relish the transcendental experience of viewing four decades of paintings which are direct reflections of Lord Sri Krishna and His loving associates.
Jayashri — Krishna Pleading, 30" X 40" (76cm X 102cm)