This image is adaptation of a rare painting which was worshipped in Seva Kunj, Vrindavan. As no photography was allowed inside the temple none of the official or authenticated version of the original painting is available. However, one can locate one unofficial photograph of the same, which is not of good quality and might have been photographed stealthily. The original painting has been removed from the temple and old painting has been replaced by some other painting.
Seva Kunj is the same place where Lord Krishna performed the Rasalila with Radharani and the Gopis. It is believed that even today Radha-Krishna visits here and performs Rasa Lila every night. The temple is strictly closed during night and no one is allowed to visit it.
Seva Kunj is also known as Nikunj Van (a little forest). It has a Mandir for Shree Radha-Krishna which is decorated for them and all necessary items are placed for the night.
This sacred place is known as Seva Kunj because it is believed that Shree Krishna did Seva for Shreemati Radharani here. This painting shows Krishna doing Seva by massaging feet of Radharani.