This enigmatic deity, who hailed as the supreme god is the one who is the protector from the evil forces to attain peace and salvation. Sri Krishna stands with his legs crossed in utter grace and hands hold the hollow flute that symbolizes the human heart which is made free from the worldly thoughts by the soulful music arousing from it.
He is the god of love who invites every creature to his abode without any conditions; the cow that stands behind this Gopala is his favorite Kamadhenu or Surabhi, worshipped as Gou Mata (mother of all cows). Krishna is garbed in a free flowing long stole and a mesmerizing ankle length dhoti that forms three parallel fans in the centre ascending his beauteousness; lotus eyes, vaishnava tilak and that innocent smile combine to formulate his divinity, beauty and naughtiness with the golden flower garland and the haloed crown accentuating his essence of devotion and beauty.
This pure white marble statue carved out of a single stone with hand carved golden highlights, showcases the blooming purity, ease and delicacy of this loving god. The view of this sculpture represents his godliness, serenity of expressions and a sense of salvation from the material environment.