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The innocent smile and the naughtiness of his eyes reverberate lord Krishna’s child-like tenderness and love for his devotees. He is revered as one of the most popular deities in the Hindu pantheon who acts as a life force in all human beings. This lord Krishna brass sculpture depicts him in his most beautiful form, standing in a tribhanga posture, carved in proper curves of his waist along the hipline. In the best of his actions, he is shown here- playing the flute, arousing melodious sounds of love and peace. The inverted lotus pedestal is chiseled in artistic patterns along with all petals, curved at the bottom edges.
Lord Krishna is clothed in an ankle-length dhoti marvelously pleated at the fall forming beautifully layered feathers in the center along with the floral kamarband fitted perfectly around his waist. A long silk stole is hung across his shoulders and falls on either side with ease. The perfection of skills of the carver can be analyzed by the way he has carved the pleats of his stole and the vertical chisels all over it. Ornated in a graceful choker, kundals, a long flower garland, and the Vaishnava tilak on forehead, Lord Krishna represents an aura of royalty and divinity. The sculptor has alluringly carved the small-length wavy hairs of Lord Krishna, with each strand grouping to form spirals in horizontal layers from the back and further accessorized with a royal crown having a flower broch in the center and a peacock feather at the top.
Peacocks love to dance in rain and it is said that when peacocks see Krishna playing his flute, they get reminded of the happy gestures and soulful sounds, which is why Krishna is always adorned with a peacock feather on his crown as an offering of gratitude. The baby peacock carved on Krishna’s right side is a depiction of the same vibe of joy and love.
Lord Krishna Brass Sculpture: