"Yashoda binds Krishna’s hands", page from a dispersed Bhagavata Purana manuscript, 1640–50, India (Gujarat), source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sad'i and the Youth of Kashgar, 1486 - Kamal ud-Din Behzad
The death of Krishna and Balarama. Karaikal (Tanjore), between 1742 and 1758. Krishna went to the desert with Arjuna and Balarama; Krishna lying under a tree receives an arrow in the heel (his vulnerable part), driven by the hunter Jara, who thought he saw a deer. Krishna dies and goes to Vaikuntha (heaven of Vishnu); Balarama dies of his sadness and takes the form of a five-headed snake (Ananta) to shelter Krishna.
A Pichhavai of Gopis India, Deccan, 18th Century On a red ground, depicting six gopis facing a flowering kadamba tree under a cloudy and sunlit sky with smaller deities driving chariots above and cowherders with grazing cows below, the gopis surrounded by fruiting trees bearing peacocks, squirrels and mangoes, bordered by a lotus pond below with swimming fish 72.5/8 x 65 in. (184.5 x 165 cm.)
Celebrating Maha Ustav. Bikaner Bgavata Purana ca. 1610 Rajastan
Goddess Saraswathi playing tambura on a river - painting by Raja Ravi Verma
18th C. Kedara Raag is dedicated to Shiva played in the evening. It may be described as drowning in contemplation of Shiva. A prince visits by boat an ascetic playing music at night under the moon in his abode in a lake Rajasthan, India
Procession of Carriages Carrying Booty: Page from a Dispersed Bhagavata Purana Manuscript