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  • Divine Idols

    Crawling Krishna 3.6″

    2,250

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the baby Krishna, in a crawling pose. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted with his hair in a bun, adorned with a peacock feather. His right hand which is raised has his favourite ball of freshly churned butter. He is adorned in fine jewellery and rich robes. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. Bala Krishna’s presence in our home is like having a child, and he is to be loved and cherished as such. The idol should be placed in the North east Corner of the home to attract fertility. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

  • Divine Idols

    Crawling Krishna 3.6″

    2,250

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the baby Krishna, in a crawling pose. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted with his hair in a bun, adorned with a peacock feather. His right hand which is raised has his favourite ball of freshly churned butter. He is adorned in fine jewellery and rich robes. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. Bala Krishna’s presence in our home is like having a child, and he is to be loved and cherished as such. The idol should be placed in the North east Corner of the home to attract fertility. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

  • Divine Idols

    Jula Radha Krishna 18″

    31,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, seated beside each other, in a beautiful Jhula or swing. The idol stands for the male and female energies, existing harmoniously together.  This idol is an ode to their undying devotion for their eternal love. The very presence of the idol induces emotions of peace and love and serves as a reminder of our soul’s seeking the union with God. The brass of the metal cleanses the home, and attracts positive energy. The idol can be placed anywhere in the house, but married couples benefit most from it when placed in the bedrooms. The powerful imagery is mesmerising and the metals combined, harness love and harmony within the space.

  • Divine Idols

    Konda Krishna 5.2″

    3,900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute, framed by a Tree, carved in elegant scroll patterns. His robes are also similarly carved in fluid scroll patterns that bring his image to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

  • Divine Idols

    Konda Krishna Jalli 14.8″

    11,700

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute, framed by a Tree, carved in elegant scroll patterns. His robes are also similarly carved in fluid scroll patterns that bring his image to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

  • Divine Idols

    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    990

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

  • Divine Idols

    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    720

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

  • Divine Idols

    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    630

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

  • Divine Idols

    Krishna With Cow & Tree 13.2″

    36,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing in the shade of a tree, with a cow near him, on a carved brass pedestal. He plays the flute, whose melodies bring all the animals and humans to his lotus feet. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

  • Décor Mantra

    Radha Krishna 30″

    59,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, standing beside each other in divine ecstacy. The idol stands for the male and female energies, existing harmoniously together.  This idol is an ode to their undying devotion for their eternal love. The very presence of the idol induces emotions of peace and love and serves as a reminder of our soul’s seeking the union with God. The brass of the metal cleanses the home, and attracts positive energy. The idol can be placed anywhere in the house, but married couples benefit most from it when placed in the bedrooms. The powerful imagery is mesmerising and the metals combined, harness love and harmony within the space.

  • Divine Idols

    Radha Krishna 6″

    3,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, standing beside each other in divine ecstasy. The idol stands for the male and female energies, existing harmoniously together.  This idol is an ode to their undying devotion for their eternal love. The very presence of the idol induces emotions of peace and love and serves as a reminder of our soul’s seeking the union with God. The brass of the metal cleanses the home, and attracts positive energy. The idol can be placed anywhere in the house, but married couples benefit most from it when placed in the bedrooms. The powerful imagery is mesmerising and the metals combined, harness love and harmony within the space.

  • Divine Idols

    Standing Krishna 6″

    3,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute decorated with a peacock embellishment. His robes are carved in fluid lines that brings his frame to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The idealogy of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.