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India, Rajasthan, Amber. Color on paper; miniature: Connell Foundation M. English: Creation Date: ca. English: thesandiegomuseumofartcollection Nayika Abhisarika Opaque watercolour and gold on paper. Description from the MFA website: 'Night scene: a woman walks between two groups of trees. She looks down over her shoulder at a golden anklet, which has apparently just fallen off. Several snakes appear at her feet, including one which has wrapped itself around the base of a tree at the right.
Above there is a multi-forked bolt of lightning. Attribution to Mola Ram of Garhwal was made by a descendant. Date: ca. While a storm gathers above, a woman ventures undaunted through a forest populated by snakes and demons in order to rendezvous with her lover. Abhisarika Nayika Heroine Braving the Night , ca. Family of Nainsukh. Goswamy; B. Krishna Abhisarika Nayika, from a Rasikapriya manuscript, c.
Perhaps Radha, the divine consort of Krishna. A Lady Playing the Tanpura, ca.
Abhisarika Sex Education magazine Nov 2015
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. File information. Structured data. Captions English Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents. Summary [ edit ] Description Abhisarika June
In — hardly 2 years from Indian Independence — a monthly magazine was born that would thrive for the next 7 decades — to disseminate the science of sex to masses. Abhisarika was born at a time when pornographic mags were ruling the market. It was born out of a deep desire to negate the destructive effects of the myths and misconceptions these other magazines were propagating rampantly. Soon after its coming into being, Abhisarika rose to a position of reverence and distinction as a magazine discussing the science of sex openly on a scientific footing and dispelling the sexual myths in the society.