Lord Krishna, the very epitome of affection and beauty is
one of the most popular gods worshipped in Hinduism. This wooden sculpture is a
perfect depiction of Lord Krishna’s charming nature and splendid personality.
He stands here on a deep pink lotus pedestal in the popular tribhanga posture
and plays the lovable and divine sounds from his flute. Not just the superfine
carvings, the sculptor has added to the beauty of this wooden statue by playing
with the bright color combinations that complement each other when toned
together. Lord Krishna was opined to have a dark skin tone, so the blueness of
his plumage is symbolic of the phenomenon of all-inclusiveness.
Adorned in a rosy pink colored dhoti, all embellished with
loose multicolored hangings of the kamarband and a similar lotus petal woven
long stole. The allure and divineness of Lord Krishna was so pure and colorful,
that only the sweet fragrance and beauty of flowers could justify a bit to his
personality. Holding the iconic chakra and conch in his rear hands, this wooden
Krishna sculpture is a majestic beauty to embellish your garden corners. Lord
is treasured in rich golden jewels and a long multiple layered haloed crown
that has its carvings inspired from the beauteous temples of South India.
The Kirtimukha topped backdrop has a stylized pattern of
vines going along from all directions. The two gopis on either side at the top seem
to fanning Lord Krishna in his service. This traditional backdrop is supported
by a beautiful base of multiple petals. This entire Lord Krishna wooden
sculpture is further beautified with an interplay of bright color shades.
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