Krishna loves all the gopis but is satisfied only in Radha's company. Standing on an oval platform is the couple engrossed in bliss. Radha's long skirt is partially concealed by the length of the odhini that goes around her waist, covers her head and then again falls in front. A small crown, other than various ornaments adorns her. But her beauty comes, not from jewellery, but from the inner glow of being in the highest state of love. Krishna appears in his iconographic form - legs crossing at the ankles, hands holding his flute and head bent towards his beloved. He wears a crown topped with peacock feathers, necklaces, bracelets and anklets but his beauty is a reflection of his divinity. His dhoti and his shoulder cloth have finely engraved incisions to depict various folds of the garments.
An image, small in size but monumental in its theme of love combining religion.
This description by Renu Rana.