The love story of Radha and Krishna is an oft-repeated and much loved part of the Hindu mythos. The story of two people, transcending time, space and other distinctions, their love is considered the blissful form of divine regality. Radha is acknowledged as the Supreme Goddess for the sway she has over Krishna, while Krishna is known as the Supreme being in the universe. This adroitly carved statue depicts the love and celebrates the union of two souls united in the consciousness of their devotees across the world..
Made in a centuries old classical style, this exquisitely carved chalkstone sculpture is perfect for your living room or your puja room.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
While Krishna is known as the supreme God in Hindu epics, he is also revered for his fun loving side, best expressed during his childhood in Gokul. The stories of Krishna's mischevous antics and pranks form the base for most of the epics paying tribute to him. This exquisite sculpture depicts Lord Krishna as the delightful charming child, charming everyone around him and mesmerizing them with the beautiful music he composed on his flute. The master sculptor's skill and attention to detail is evident in the carving around the face and the peaceful expression of Krishna as he is lost in the music that he has created. The sculpture makes the music come alive and you can hear the notes as they waft through the woods of Gokul.
Suggested Placement: Carved out of durable chalkstone, this sculpture adds to the Puja room or the living room.
Note: With respect to size, the statue can be custom made -- hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
Lord Krishna is considered the most powerful incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Known as the Purna Purushottam, the 8th avataar of Vishnu achieved many legendary feats and slayed many monsters to deliver his devotees and followers who sought his refuge from their burdens. One of his greatest victories came as a child when he defeated the many headed venemous serpent Kaliya. One of the most famous representations of Krishna is him playing the flute and dancing on the many hoods of the dreaded serpent as it lies, slumped in defeat. This exquisite chalkstone sculpture pays tribute to this story from the epics, perfectly capturing Krishna's nimble feet dancing on the outstretched hoods of the many-headed snake, and the defeated expression of an enemy who has been bested by a cosmic force far more powerful than itself. This masterpiece in chalk brings alive the epic story and makes a perfect addition to the living room or courtyard decor.
Note: In all its grandeur this can custom made over a specific time frame.