The two Ragmala miniatures depict a woman being fanned by her maid as she plucks lotus petals and drops them to the floor. These scenes are nearly identical to a Malsri Ragini painting in the Freer Gallery, which identify the seated woman as Malsri. On the back of the Freer painting is a couplet in Hindi that says Malsri and her maids, who have the fragrance of lotus blossoms, dream of their lovers and of nocturnal lovemaking, even in the daytime. See K. Ebeling, Ragamala Painting, 1973, fig. C7, p. 38.
Shrinathji is a form of the deity that is easily identified by his long garlands, necklaces, crown of peacock feathers, and the raised left hand that represents the lifting of Mount Govardhan.