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Title Radha and Krishna in the boat of love wikidata:Q20972063
Object type Painting
Description
From the Kishengarh school of miniature paintings from Rajasthan.
Date
Accession number AP-NMD-001
Source/Photographer FgEEOnrrqsn9OA at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level
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