This divine handmade sculpture is made of special bronze from Swamimalai, South India. It describes the great motherly affection of Yashoda toward Krishna. She was not conscious of the fact that her child was the Supreme Personality of Godhead because Krishna wanted to act like a human child in a natural way and display His activities like an ordinary child. Mother Yashoda loved Krishna as her own child and as a result, He gave her the highest transcendental pleasure in return.
The specialty of this sculpture is that it is manufactured by a method known as Madhuchista Vidhana or Lost Wax, which gives out the finest and perfect detailing. Baby Krishna always pleases His mother by acting in naughty and clever way. His playful activities attract the residents of Vrindavan and develop intense love for Him. Here, little Krishna sits on the lap of her mother in order to playfully tease her and looks at her as if admiring her. Mother Yashoda, although being angry at Krishna for disturbing her in household affairs, as soon as she looks upon her all-attractive child’s innocent face, gets lost in His eyes and pleasingly smiles. She is shown to be seated on a huge pedestal.
This explains the exalted position of Yashoda as she got the Supreme Lord as her child. The beautiful Prabhavali (the arch surrounding them) and the gopis enjoying the melodious reciprocation of love between Yashoda and Krishna are enough to tell that where there is Krishna, there is pure bliss and satisfaction. The gopis look so absorbed in affection for Krishna that this description appears no less than a grand celebration.
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