Pichhwai art form depicts the stories from the life of Lord Krishna. They exist in the holy town of Nathdwara in the Rajasthan. Krishna is shown in different moods, body postures, and attire more commonly found on a cloth or paper. It is a very old form of art passed on from generation to generation and it has a very devotional theme towards Lord Krishna. It is no wonder that many times a Pichhwai painting is a group effort, where several skillful painters work together under surveillance of a master painter. It is small form of painting and creation on the piece of cloth which hangs behind Srinathjis idol at Nathdwara temple.