Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"

Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"
Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"
Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"
Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"

Brass hindu god deity lord krishna and goddess radha on swing idol figure 12"

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  • Product Details : Product Code - 47100 || Width x Depth (Inches) - 8 x 3 Inches || Height (Inches) - 12 Inches || Weight (In Kg) - 2.5 Kg || Material - Brass || Made In India
  • USAGE: To decorate living room, pooja room, foyuer, altar, meditation room or entrance to your home or office. And can be placed on top of table or can be installed or placed anywhere indoor/outdoor/home/garden.
  • POSITIVE IMPACT: Creates peaceful ambience filled with harmony, spirituality and positive energy around us. And at the same time acts as magnificient piece of art and collectible.
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Gopi & Gopal - Radha is believed to be the incarnation of Goddess Laxmi - the Goddess of Wealth. Gopi (milkmaid) is a common name attributed to the girls/women who along with their cow herds were attracted to Lord Krishna during his young age because of his flute and mannerisms. Radha was one of those Gopi, believed to be the closest to Lord Krishna. It is believed that both were having eternal love for each other but never got married. Yet their love for each other was so great and iconic that today in every part of the world Lord Krishna is worshipped along with Radha in temples as a sign of true love, hence the name of this brass sculpture as Gopi & Gopal.

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