In the Rasikapriya the poet Keshav Das addresses love in all its various aspects, focusing on secret desires and their outward manifestations. Here, Radha speaks to her confidante and go-between, undoubtedly arranging a secret meeting with her lover, Krishna. Details such as the stylized flowers at the base of the building as well as the beginnings of special depth seen in the architecture indicate contact with the painting ateliers of the Mughals.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Lyrical Visions: Paintings from North India," December 3, 2011–May 28, 2011.