Big Size Basuri Wala Brass Krishna Statue in Blue Color-DN001BK

Big Size Basuri Wala Brass Krishna Statue in Blue Color-DN001BK

  • Rs. 43,900.00


Big Size Basuri Wala Brass Krishna Statue in Blue Color-DN001BK

Weight : 17 Kg

Size: 29 x 5  x 5 inches

Code-505

Why is Krishna depicted as blue-colored?

Blue is the color of all-inclusiveness. You will see in the existence, anything that is vast and beyond your perception generally tends to be blue, whether it is the ocean or the sky.

Anything which is larger than your perception tends to be blue because blue is the basis of all-inclusiveness.

It is based on this that so many gods in India are shown as blue-skinned.

Shiva has a blue skin, Krishna has a blue skin, Rama has a blue skin. It is not that their skin was blue. They were referred to as blue gods because they had a blue aura.

Because his energy or the outermost ring of his aura was blue, he was simply irresistibly attractive – not because of the shape of the nose or the eyes or whatever.

There are any number of people with good noses, good eyes, and good bodies but they do not exude the same level of attraction. It is the blueness of one’s aura which suddenly makes a person irresistibly attractive.

This blueness, this sense of all-inclusiveness in him was such that even people who were sworn enemies of his sat with him and unwittingly gave in to him.

He was able to effortlessly turn around even people who abused and plotted to kill him any number of times.


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