Lord Krishna expressed in his life pure love in its highest transcendental form. He has shown to the world that love without any impurity can exist between man and woman. Lord Krishna is believed to have resided in every pore of Radha, they may have had two physical forms but were one in mind and spirit.
Flute symbolises the supreme personality of the Lord and so, without a flute in hand, no image of Lord Krishna can be complete. In Hinduism, the peacock is associated with Lakshmi who represents patience, kindness and luck.
Uniqueness of this painting is that it speaks innocence and care, and when you look at this painting for a long, it purifies your soul and brings love and satisfaction. There are more than 10 different groups and 20 shades of precious gemstones used, and it takes 10 days to complete this painting.
Yellow Agate (big gems), Garnet (big gems), Cornelian Agate (big gems), Lapis Lazuli, Amethyst, Calcedony, Peridot, Green Aventurine and Black Onyx.