The cosmic form of Shri Krishna blessing the world of the promise of protection, health, happiness and love is a treat to the eyes; standing on a spectacular lotus leafed, two layered plinth, cross legged and holds the famous Govardhan Mountain with his left hand’s tiny finger.
The conical mountain carved with intrigued circular patterns holds the significance as a veil for the villagers and cattle from the stormy rains and thunder which arose as Indra (the Lord of rain) was angered because the people, convinced by Krishna’s words of dharma, left the special puja arranged for him.
The statue is adorned with marvelous jewels and a stylized bead stringed dhoti having thick borders falls down with an end flying out between the legs. Mukut chiseled with ancient ethnic formations placed on the short wavy hairs is graced with two peacock feathers for purity and love. The duly structured lines come together to form this magnified and vivid brass structure of Lord Krishna.