Double Chola
Double Chola
Natural Brass
Natural Brass

Divine Playfulness of Radha and Krishna In Brass | Handmade | Made In India

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“Radha and Krishna are the One Soul, but in order to enjoy the exchange of love, they have separated themselves eternally.” The Chaitanya Charitamrita describes the oneness of Radha-Krishna in these marvellously poetic words. And it is true! For the followers of Radha-Krishna, they are as inseparable as the body and the soul, referred to as two elements, but never truly separated from one another. 

Double Chola
Double Chola
Natural Brass
Natural Brass
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Item Code: ZCI69
Specifications:
Brass Statue
35 inch Height x 20 inch Width X 8.5 inch Depth
25 kg
Handmade
Handmade
Free delivery
Free delivery
Fully insured
Fully insured
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide

The mystical duo is presented here, in one of the most dynamic metal sculptures you will ever come across. Maybe it is the manner in which Krishna embraces Radha- playfully yet firmly, maybe it is how Radha bends forward, pressed against the body of Krishna in an extremely elegant posture, or maybe, it is the swaying of the garments masterfully frozen in metal, the brass icon is brimming with a liveliness that is beyond words. The platform for the idol is a small mound, adorned with little flowers, upon which stands Krishna, teasing Radha, who is attempting to catch hold of his flute. The majestic crown of Krishna, gorgeously elaborate hairdo of Radha, softness in their expressions, ornamentation of the figures, the lustre of brass- best captured on the voluptuous physique of Radha, all these elements have further enhanced the magnificence of this playful depiction of the divine couple. Just as the pot of water near Radha’s foot is left unattended and forgotten, when Radha-Krishna immerse in the ambrosia of each other’s company, the world along with all its rules, pleasures, and pains, becomes futile for them. 

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