Brass Cow Krishna Statue, Bronze Finish Brass Lord Krishna Idol with cow, Krishn Bhagwan, Bal krishna Statue Standing under tree Weight: 0.37 kg; Length: 1.7 in; Width: 1.2 in; Height: 3.5 in
Krishna, one of the most widely revered and popular of all Indian Gods, is considered as the eighth incarnation (avatar) of the Hindu god Vishnu and also as a supreme god in his own right. He is considered to be the most charming and enigmatic of all Hindu Gods. His words of wisdom to his staunch devotee Arjuna, during the war of Mahabharata, is the very edifice of the Hindu religion in the form of the timeless Bhagavad Gita.
The relation between Krishna and Cows has always been put into an inseparable divine entity. His early life starts form in the divine world of Gokula, where Lord Krishna is a cowherd boy in the agricultural community. Nanda Maharaja, father of Krishna had 900,000 cows. Scriptures say, Krishna knew every cow by name. If any cow was missing Krishna would immediately chase after the missing cow and call her by name. Lord Krishna was called Gopala when he was a baby. Gopala literally means “protector of cows”.
Length: 1.7 in
Width: 1.2 in