Polychrome painting on cloth depicting a domed chariot pulled by two white horses in which Krishna is seated behind his brother Balarama. The chariot is surrounded by a number of other figures, one tugging at the chariot from behind, one pulling at the driver's whip, two in front of the horses teasing them, and one holding on to one of the front wheels. These probably represent the people of Gokul, reluctantly bidding farewell to the two.
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