The 12th century Gitagovinda – the love story between the shepherd girl Radha and the Hindu god Vishnu – was illustrated around 1775 in one of today’s most famous and precious series of Indian painting.

The exhibition invites visitors to learn more about this great poetic oeuvre and become immersed in and enchanted by the moving narrative with the help of the museum’s own miniature paintings – the largest coherent set in the series – and works from other collections.