Balkrishna is the infant name of Lord Krishna, the Cowherd Boy who enchanted the Cowherd Maidens (Gopinis) with the divine sound of his flute. Krishna is most popularly worshipped as the eighth avatar of the god Vishnu- god of compassion, tenderness, and love in Hinduism. The anecdotes and narratives of Krishna's life are generally titled as Krishna Leela. He is a central character in the Mahabharata, the Bhagavata Purana, and the Bhagavad Gita. Krishna’s life teaches us that to attain Self-realization, we should be free from all attachments while still maintaining loving relationships and upholding our family responsibilities in order.
This Brass statue erected on a splendid lotus-shaped double-layered podium, has a fabulous craftsmanship is a rare form with excellent details & meticulous carvings. The little Krishna, depicted as an infant dancing with a butterball in his right hand and with his left hand out for balancing with joy, prabhamandala is breathtaking with his aura, attired and adorned with lavish ornaments & jewelry like fantastic necklace, anklets bracelets and armlets, gorgeous looming waist-belt, lovely ear-lobs, attractive spherical bun of locked hairs.
Portrayed as revealing of infant Kanha's private part denotes how to remain unscorched amid the worldly fire, Being one not need anything in this world, no need for any Vishay-vashna (sensual pleasures), no need for fame, is considered desire-less (nirvasnik). Krishna is the symbol of the embodiment of bliss, in whose presence the gwalas and gopinis tasted the bliss of the Self. Even at this very moment, doesn’t the mere thought of him fill us with bliss? Visually appealing artifact, it will certainly add grace to your puja altar as well as your sweet home