Mandala postcard books feature some of the best contemporary spiritual art to come out of India. This title includes images from Hinduism's most beloved God, Krishna, engaged in his most popular pastimes. 2002 Benjamin Franklin Award finalist B. G. Sharma depicts the God of Love with subtle brushstrokes in 32 different postcards.
B.G. Sharma is a recipient of the prestigious National Art Award bestowed by the president of India. He is internationally recognized for his mastery of the traditional styles of Kangra, Kishangarh, and Mughal, as well as for pioneering his own painting style. Sharma has been commissioned to create portraits of heads of state, such as Prime Minister Indira Ghandi and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. He is the recipient of the Independent Publisher’s Award for Prince of Dharma (Mandala, 2003) and a two-time finalist for the Benjamin Franklin Award (2002 and 2003). He lives in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.