Yashoda running after child Krishna
Medium:Oil on canvas
Size:24" x 28"
That morning, mother Yashoda had personally taken charge of churning the butter herself. She had left the pot in a corner of the room, intending to put it away later. Seeing the pot, the child seized a stone and broke the pot. Then with false tears in His eyes, he began to eat the butter in a secluded place. When mother Yashoda discovered the mischief after returning from taking care of the milk, she wanted to punish the child. This a painting about motherly love running to catch the Absolute.