Beloved Krishna is depicted playing an imaginary flute and wearing a peacock feather crown. This statue never had a flute. Krishna, the lover of our soul, plays his flute to woo us to our higher divine nature. Let this divine replica remind you of your inner Krishna.
Why is Krishna sometimes depicted as blue? Some say he was poisoned at an early age or that blue represents the superconscious.
We think Krishna might be on the 1st Ray of God's Will which is blue.
• Blue Resin
• Height: 9 inches
• Weight: 1 lb.
Krishna is known as the eighth incarnation of Vishnu, the Second Person of the Hindu Triad. His story is told in the Bhagavad Gita, the most popular religious work of India, composed between the fifth and second centuries B.C. and part of the great Indian epic, the Mahabharata. Bhagavad Gita means “Song of God.” It is written as a dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna. Krishna describes himself as “the Lord of all that breathes” and “the Lord who abides within the heart of all beings,” meaning one who is in union with God, one who has attained that union that is God.