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Shree Radhe and Graffiti

       

By Vincent Morgan |  Published on Wednesday, June 13, 2012.

Breaking traditions or advocating them? Two artists painted the Holy name of Shree Radhe in Vrindavan, India. Video inside.

In Vrindavan, India, two international artists explain what inspired them to paint their mural in the pilgrimage town of Vrindavan. While the holy name of 'Sri Radhe' might be painted on every tree and wall here, it hasn't been painted in such a modern and vibrant way before. Is this an iconoclastic shake up of the status quo in spiritual expression or is it in fact in line with age-old traditions? We think it's in line with age-old traditions!

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