Krishna, the supreme personality of gods and he is the cause of all causes and the ocean of bliss. He
gives pleasure to the cows and protects them, for which He is also known as
‘Govinda’. The enchanting features of Krishna are very satisfying for all the
residents of Vrindavan. Here,
the ever-youthful Krishna is
standing on a raised platform with small metallic bells strung to its edges
accentuating the figurine of Krishna. His left leg is crossed over the right
leg at the ankle that forms the beautiful three-fold bending form called
He is adorned in a simple pleated dhoti down to the ankles, a dupatta with embroidered borders worn over the elbows, a wide cummerbund embellished around his perfectly curved waist, head decked with a headband embellished in gemstones, serpentine hair falling on his shoulders whilst he adorns garland made of several forest flowers.
A marble-white cow and an eclipse peacock can be seen accompanying the all-attractive Supreme Lord. Look at the blooming eyes and serine smile on his moonlike face. His complexion is as dark as clouds filled with rainwater yet his beauty excels that of thousands of cupids. Krishna freely moves as a cowherd boy in Vrindavan, and when he plays his flute, all the cows and other animals, although engaged in eating, simply take a morsel of food in their mouths and stop chewing and experience ecstasy as we can see here.
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