While pichwai painting were traditionally used as backdrops behind the deity’s statue at SHREENATH JI ki Haveli in Nathdwara, over time, artists started painting these intricate artworks to adorn the homes of art connoisseurs. The pichwais hung at the Temple would never depict a god, but those made for commercial use, typically depict shrinathji – a manifestation of Lord Krishna worshipped by the pushtimarg sect – in all his glory. In recent times, pichwai artists have become more innovative in their creations. Playing with colours, subjects, scale and composition. This exquisite pichwai painting depicts . their attires depicting spectacular detailing.