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Krishna in Tri-bhang Aspect - Brass Statue

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MarqueExotic India
Numéro de modèleER88
MatériauBrass
  
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ASINB008E64ANK
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr23 juin 2012
  
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Dimensions: 35.0" X 12.0" 9.5"



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Brass Statue
One of the finest and the most accomplished examples of metal-casting this lustrous brass cast represents Krishna playing on his flute venu. As if waving with flow of the melody emitting from his pipe his entire body has curved into the form which in the Vaishnava iconographic tradition is known as tri-bhang triple-curved posture. The absorption reflecting from its every part, the entire statue seems to glow with the divine lustre. Under initial concept of Krishnas iconography tri-bhang manifested one of his lalita-rupas a form revealing beauty; later, Krishnas all forms from subduing the venomous serpent Kaliya to delighting Radha with the melody of his flute, were seen as manifesting one aspect or other of his lilas divine sports. Ordinarily a mere posture of standing, tri-bhang too was perceived as one of his lilas for, besides such aspects as dragging the mind by its beauty or piercing deeper than a straight image, the tri-bhang manifested also the Radhas presence, symbolising the union of the sojourning self with the Supreme Self : the highest kind of cosmic sport.In Vaishnava iconography Krishnas tri-bhang posture has two forms; in one, he stands on the right foot, as in this image, and the left is angularly curved; and in the other, it is just the other way, that is, he stands on the left foot and the right is curved in tri-bhang. The Radha factor is quite significant in determining the two modes. In routine when Radha and Krishna are portrayed or cast together Krishna is usually in tri-bhang. His straight-standing images are almost nil. In statues in which he has been cast with Radha it is invariably the right leg that is curved for modeling the figure into tri-bhang. The left is rendered straight aligning with Radhas figure. It is not, however, the uniform rule, at le


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