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Brass Laddu Gopal Statue (Golden) for 4 No Gopal ji 9cm

SKU: SKUC51U6287
  • 100% Made in India.
  • Ladoo Gopal Brass Murti
  • Laddu Gopal Kishan Baby Krishna Thakurji Murti Idol, Made Of 100% Solid Brass For Your Home/ Workplace/ Office/ Desk/ Gifts Etc. Bring Home bal gopal Idol/ Murti For Spirituality, Peace, Harmony, Good Luck, Wellness Etc.
  • This statue can be a great gifting option during housewarming parties, birthday parties, weddings, festivals. Statue can be a perfect decoration piece to be kept at home, offices, factories or bungalows.
  • This idol is handcrafted by skilled craftsman. It can be easily cleaned with wet/Dry Cotton Cloth. This statue can be a great gifting option during housewarming parties, birthday parties, weddings, festivals. Statue can be a perfect decoration piece to be kept at home, offices, factories or bungalows.
  • Please Use Dry Cotton Fabric To Clean/ Dust To Elongate The Look And Lustre Of The Murti. We Have A Wide Variety Of God Idols/ Statues Crafted In Brass And Marble. Our Range Includes Laddoo Gopal, Baby Krishna, Makhan Chor, Radha & Krishna.
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Sale Price: 449.00 incl. GST
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This Beautiful statue of Baby Krishna by RATANJYOT AASTHA GALLERY is ideal for pooja room, home decor or gifting. This figurine of lord Krishna is a must have as it bears the quality and detailing. About Laddu Gopal Laddu Gopal or Bala Gopala (child Gopala) is worshiped across India. In Hindu mythology there are many stories of wonderful miraculous and innocent acts of Gopala, like stealing butter with friends or breaking the pots of Gopis and stealing clothes of Gopis when they were bathing in a pond or river. According to the Bhagavata Purana, which is a sattvic purana,asserts that Krishna is “Bhagavan Himself,” and subordinates to itself all other forms: Vishnu, Narayana, Purusha, Ishvara, Hari, Vasudeva, Janardana, etc.Krishna is often described and portrayed as an infant or young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana, or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita.

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