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Radha-Krishna Maharaas

Product Code: MA-0000241 Category: Bronze Statues

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Description: The divine love of Radha and Krishna is without parallel. While Krishna is Bhagwan hims...Read more
  • Krishna
  • 300.00 Kgs
  • 48.00 inches
  • 40.00 inches
  • 26.00 inches
  • Bronze
  • India
  • Madhuchishtavidhana

- The weight mentioned is approximate as this is a large statue involving much artistic effort and artists didn’t weigh the statue after creation. However the weight is estimated in relation to the size of the sculpture by  their creator artists who are very experienced so the mentioned weight is close to actual.

- This statue is of significant size so it is created hollow. It already weighs much and if it were created solid that would have not only increased the weight of the sculpture unnecessarily but it also would be much cumbersome to move the sculpture.


The divine love of Radha and Krishna is without parallel. While Krishna is Bhagwan himself (the highest lord), Radha is the personification of Krishna’s prema (divine love). The two are inseparable like the word and its meaning.

Radha is the essence of Krishna. One cannot be without the other. Krishna with Radha is the Supreme Person along with his infinite capacity for prema.

The Gopis (cowherd girls) of Vrindavana were in love with Sri Krishna. Since the Gopis ended up loving the Supreme, their concentration on him was never in want of any disciplinary practice and was most natural. Devotion of the Gopis is therefore regarded of the highest order, excelling even that of Brahma (the one who manifests the worlds, has his origin in Lord Vishnu and considered a great devotee of Vishnu / Krishna), Shiva (the one who causes dissolution of the worlds and regarded as one of the foremost devotee of Vishnu / Rama / Krishna) and Yogis.

Each Gopi wanted Krishna to herself and he granted so by manifesting in as many forms as there were Gopis.

They danced together on the banks of Yamuna under a moonlit night. This dance is called the Maharaas which signifies the fulfillment of Supreme and Jiva (being) since both are most intimately united eternally

 The divine music of Krishna’s flute and his absolute availability and nearness to the Gopis granted them the highest level of fulfillment that any jiva could aspire for.

This sculpture depicts the Maharaas with Radha-Krishna in the center and Gopis dancing around them, immersed in transcendental bliss.

This is a very finely carved sculpture with intricate detailing in jewelry, dress and facial expressions of Krishna, Radha and the Gopis.


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