29" Brass Radha Rani Statue | Handmade

29" Brass Radha Rani Statue | Handmade

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$1100

Sri-Radha, tunes from whose anklet is the music that is heard in each sound made in the entire creation and who is the most beautiful woman, the incarnation of Sri-Lakshmi herself is brought to life in this masterpiece of a brass idol. Standing in the triple bent or Tribhanga posture, Radha Rani truly looks like a royal queen. Her beauty and form echo the lyrical poetry of medieval poet Jaydev- Geet-Govind, a work that immortalized and popularised the celestial love of Radha-Krishna and established Radha Ji as the chief companion of Sri Krishna. 

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Item Code: ZDY23
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Brass Statue
29 INCH HEIGHT X 9.5 INCH WIDTH X 7.5 INCH DEPTH
18.56 kg
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Radha has been bestowed by her devotees with the epithets such as – Ramya (lovely), Gramya (village maiden), Bhakti (devotion), and Rati (passion). Emitting these emotions from her moon-like visage, made ever-more pleasing by her quintessential nose ring, Radha Ji is presented with braided hair, a jewelled tiara, accentuated by the Poornghata (water-filled pot, with coconut and mango leaves) on her head. The Poornaghata represents auspiciousness and fertility, virtues related to Lakshmi and Parvati and by extension to Sri Radha and is a part of many auspicious Hindu ceremonies especially those related to marriage and childbirth. Her karnika (gemstone studded earrings) dangle beautifully from her ears, matched by her bejewelled shoulder pads and Ratnmalika (necklace of gems and gold). On her arms, she wears Angada (armband) and Keyura (armlet), followed by bangles of precious metals. An exquisite garland of flowers passes between her rounded breasts covered by embellished circular breast ornament, decorated by floral motifs and jewels. Under the garland is a two-stringed Nishka, a necklace made of gold coins, a symbol of prosperity and royalty, worn by Devi Lakshmi and Durga. Her dhoti is covered with various ethnic patterns and its pleats fold in the front in a pleasing Talavantaka or fan shape. Tassels shaped like wild vines and flora spring from the brass murti in several places, giving it an arresting appearance. Her attractive feet rest on a masterfully carved lotus base, decorated by a Pooranaghta, two cows, and a peacock at the back. While looking for the peacock, have a look at the tasteful carving on Radha’s dhoti, and the bejewelled belt securing her attire. 


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