To seek life and something of the the dynamic in static forms of art is habit with us, and it is because of the very quality of dynamicism that this work of art has been handpicked for our collection. On a wide double-lotus pedestal stands the amorous couple in each other's embrace, their ample silks and shringar in keeping with classical Indian iconography. The delicately balanced crowns on their heads seem to be wound around the hair pulled back across the head. A feather sits at the root of Krishna's crown, a singular aspect of His iconography. Note how the superbly lifelike features carved onto their faces convey a composure of sheer bliss of being into each other.