Antique Early 1900s Krishna Radha Statue - Divine Love
Hindu brass statues have been a revered for centuries. They are used in ceremonies, transcendence meditation and to connect with the Divine. These are sacred pieces made to connect with the deities.
This brass figure of Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha. They symbolize Divine Love. Lord Krishna would enchant the world with his flute as he played his music but Radha enchanted him making her the Supreme Goddess. Together they are known as Radha Krishna, Divine Love.
Krishna is known as the God of Protection, Compassion, Tenderness and Love.
Radha’s selfless love was the highest form of devotion. And therefore, she merged into Shri Krishna by surrendering herself. She is also known to represent the human soul.
They are a reflection of the Divine within the human soul within each and every one of us.
This is a sacred figurine made in the early 1900s - approximately 100 years old. This style of carving is known as art folk style. This is a brass carving of Lord Krishna with his flute and Goddess Radha.
Measures 3.5” H x 2.5” W x 1.5”
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