Lord Krishna is said to be the first teacher of the art of living. In this sculpture Krishna plays his flute beguiling the village maidens with his enchanting melodies and irresistible charisma. He is thought to affirm life by rejoicing in worldly pleasures teaching us to enjoy our time on this earth.
This statue of Lord Krishna is carved from Shivani wood and has a pleasing expression on his face. He wears a peacock feather of his crown.
Shivani Teak Wood: This wood is used as a substitute for sandalwood. Though this wood does not have the fragrance or medicinal properties of sandalwood, its richness closely imitates that of sandalwood. The timber of this wood is highly esteemed in south India. This is a perfect substitute for people who wants idols that are very similar to Sandalwood.
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