An ornate Radha-Krishna sculpture for your home or office temple. Sculpted from brass, it depicts the amorous lovers standing under an elongated archway. This archway is formed of two pillars which are identical in terms of slenderness and angle of curvature as they rise above the deities’ heads. The engravings on their bodies, however, are distinct.
Radha and Krishna are both standing in the tribhanga stance. He is playing on the flute, while She is enjoying the music emanating from the same. From the gaze of Her eyes, it is obvious that Her mind is wandering far-off divine realms, even though She is seemingly adjusting and readjusting the bangles tinkling on Her wrists.
Each aspect of this standing Radha-Krishna composition has been executed in painstaking detail and with a complex aesthetic. The dense vine network enveloping the deities. The layered, perfectly symmetrical petals on the pedestals beneath their feet. Finally, the miniscule yet precisely sculpted Shiva murti above the archway.