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Description : Rosewood Radhakrishna wall panel with inlaid work.
traditional wall panels,traditional wall hangings,traditional wall interiors,indian decorations,traditional home decor,traditional home decoratives,traditional home decorations,This fascinating decorative wall hanging celebrates the tender love of the mythologically famed lovers- Radha and her beau Lord Krishna. Expertly etched from the finest rosewood and polished to a lovely sheen, this curio is truly a work of art, worth owning or gifting. The scene is set in the royal palace of the handsome Lord Krishna. Note the creative ingenuity of the artiste as he has artistically inlaid different hues and grains of colored wood and attractive bandings into the rough fabric of wood. The three-dimensional effect has been brought out by the delicate blend of vibrant reds, oranges, creams, browns and white, set against a highly polished rosewood background.
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Krishna is believed to have incarnated on earth to establish the religion of Love and vanquish evil. Radha, the cowherd girl of Vrindavan was his greatest devotee. The divine pair symbolize the eternal love between people and god.
The exquisite tableau of Lord Krishna with his lover exudes youthful exuberance and vitality. As you browse through handicraft galleries on-line, you will be sure to come across an exotic statue or wall panel of this deity who has gained immense popularity as the patron god of the ISKCON movement. This lovely wall hanging makes a wonderful home décor accessory; can be used to accentuate a corner or niche in a hotel or office reception area and even makes a great personalised gift for Valentine’s Day.
Care: Keep indoors. Lightly dust the figurine as required. We recommend the use of a mild wood cleaner on a swab of cotton wool.