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Krishna Playing the Flute Against the Backdrop of Tree with Peacocks
Krishna Playing the Flute Against the Backdrop of Tree with Peacocks

Krishna Playing the Flute Against the Backdrop of Tree with Peacocks

$521.50
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Krishna or Kanhaiyya is the major deity in Hinduism. He is revered as the God of love, compassion and tenderness. He is also regarded as the eighth avatar of God Vishnu. He is reflected through the legends of Mahabharata, Bhagavada purana and Bhagavad Gita, portraying him as God's child, a lover and a divine hero. Janmashtami, his birthday, is celebrated, with great enthusiasm, as songs are sung and plays are performed in his commemoration.

Our sculpture brilliantly captures the details of honourable Krishna as the brass statue describes the exquisite orientation of the aesthetic peacocks in the backdrop unravelling the floral beauty in face of a beautiful lotus, with the enchanting Krishna himself playing a brass flute, possessing the ideal finishing with a beguiling touch depicting the finest craft and handiwork. It is a piece of perfection, that not only engraves your heart but your soul as well. This remarkable sculpture can turn out to be an ideal gift on Janmashtami.

Moreover, Krishna is also depicted as an infant eating butter, a young boy playing a flute, a man surrounded by women devotees, or a friendly charioteer giving counsel to Arjun. Krishna is considered to be a warrior, hero, teacher and philosopher by Hindus, strengthening their faith in the religion and love for Balgopal, helping them earn divine rewards and immense showers of blessings.

Specifications:

Brass Statue

18.50 inch Height x 11.00 inch Width x 6.80 inch Depth
8.4 Kg

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