Trying to escape from the milkmaids of Gokul, Bal Krishna holds a ball of Indian desi cow’s pure butter. Adding a spark to the scene, innocence of childhood is excellently illustrated in this statue of Baby Krishna. He loves the cows a lot, treats them as his mother and is in affection with the taste of milk made products of Vrindavan. The piece of makhan in transcendental hands of the God represents the clean and clear heart of the gopis and it is also a favourite sweet for him, that’s why he loves to steal the heart of his dear devotees.
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