Vedic Statue - Baby Krishna Playing Flute - 5.5"

This exquisite white resin Statue of Krishna playing his flute is handcrafted in Oregon, USA by Mission Studios, and is part of their Vedic Collection. The height of this statue is approximately 5.5 inches.

Krishna is the eighth incarnation of Vishnu and is the symbol of love, devotion, joy, and music. He is often portrayed playing his flute and dancing with his consort Radha.

In his childhood, he also killed many other mighty demons, such as Trunavarta, Keshi, Aristhasur, Bakasur, and Pralambasur. During the same period he also killed Kali Nag (cobra de capello) and made the holy water of river Yamuna poison free.

Krishna made cowherdesses happy by the bliss of his cosmic dances and the soulful music of his flute. He stayed in Gokul, the legendary 'cow-village' in Northern India for 3 years and 4 months. As a child he was reputed to be very mischievous, stealing curd and butter and playing pranks with his girl friends or gopis. Having completed his Lila or exploits at Gokul, he went to Vrindavan and stayed until he was 6 years and 8 months old.

In this particular statue, baby Krishna is standing atop a lotus playing his flute.

Collections: decor

Category: Statue, vedic

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