A delicate Radha-Krishna ensemble to fill your home or office with divine amorous cheer. Made with pure manual skill and a great deal of devotion, these manifest themselves in the fine lines of the silhouette and the expressive composure of both faces. The murtis are discrete, which means that they are on separate plinths.
Pristine complexion, fine eyes. Thick blonde curls. Tall, jewel-encrusted crowns, and silks in blue and peach colours. The eternal lovers bear striking resemblance to each other. There is a music about them, a rhythm in the language of their bodies that is infectious; infectious because it seems to have infused the peacocks that accompany the deity on each pedestal.
Krishna’s angavastram and Radha’s dupatta are swaying about them. He is in the tribhanga stance (the body jutting out at three different junctures), while She raises a foot and places it within the soft mouth of a lotus. The omniscience in their respective gazes and the benevolence of their mouths fill the devotee’s heart with faith and love.
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