Lord Krishna with a Cow and His Flute Brass Statue
Lord Krishna with a Cow and His Flute Brass Statue
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Exceptionally ornate cast in brass, as lustrous and worked with as fine details as an image cast in gold: the same minuteness and precision as defining a piece at a goldsmith’s workshop, the statue represents Lord Krishna playing fully absorbed on his flute. Hearing the melody a cow is drawn to him and stands supporting him from behind. Halebid in the country’s southern part had a highly ornate style of divine images, Krishna’s in particular; however, this image is more akin to north Indian metal casting with a widely different character. The iconography and anatomy of Krishna’s figure and the form and features of the cow are characteristically north Indian. Even the ‘tri-bhanga’ – tri-curved posture is a more celebrated form of Krishna’s images in north. The popular term for ‘tri-bhanga’ being ‘banke’ this form of his image is widely known as Banke Bihari and enshrines the most significant of his ‘pithas’ – seats, the Vrindavana shrine.

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Krishna Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/large/krishna/

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Exceptionally ornate cast in brass, as lustrous and worked with as fine details as an image cast in gold: the same minuteness and precision as defining a piece at a goldsmith’s workshop, the statue represents Lord Krishna playing fully absorbed on his flute. Hearing the melody a cow is drawn to him and stands supporting him from behind. Halebid in the country’s southern part had a highly ornate style of divine images, Krishna’s in particular; however, this image is more akin to north Indian metal casting with a widely different character. The iconography and anatomy of Krishna’s figure and the form and features of the cow are characteristically north Indian. Even the ‘tri-bhanga’ – tri-curved posture is a more celebrated form of Krishna’s images in north. The popular term for ‘tri-bhanga’ being ‘banke’ this form of his image is widely known as Banke Bihari and enshrines the most significant of his ‘pithas’ – seats, the Vrindavana shrine.

Krishna Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/large-size-lord-krishna-with-cow-and-his-flute-xi43/

Krishna Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/large/krishna/

Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/

#hindugod #lordkrishna #krishnastatue #brassstatue #krishnabrassstatue #krishnawithcow #flutingkrishna #statues #handmade