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Spirituality in its magnificent form, this lord Krishna statue with the pair of peacocks is an epitome of purity and grandeur. The presence of lord Krishna statue with peacock sculpture is deemed extremely auspicious as both Krishna and peacocks are always in love with each other. Their relationship with each other is so pure and joyous that the lord even prefers to adorn his crown with peacock feathers. These big white marble peacock statues with flute playing Krishna in the middle are extremely graceful due to embossed texture and immaculate craftsmanship.
Just look at the level of perfection that Stonemart™ sculptors have achieved upon the feathers and equally flabbergasting Krishna crown, halo and richly textured dangling robes, this flute playing Krishna statue with peacock pair is a masterpiece to say the least. The lord Krishna statue with cow is standing upon a lotus pedestal with peacocks sitting on tree branches listening to the divine ragas of his bansuri. As per Vaastu, it is advisable to keep Lord Krishna's statue in a Northeast corner and ensure that it is facing East to West or West to East.
If you believe that the most awe-inspiring image that you are seeing on this page is some sort of stock image, then you cannot be more wrong! We have a strict no stock image policy and showcase the images of our own 100% made in India natural stone statues that we have already sold or intended to sell. One of the most popular spiritual decor set-ups for the living room, puja room, home entrances, garden, office premises, temple, resort, farmhouse, clubs, real estate societies, hospitals, rehabilitation centre, hotel, academic and research institutions, and different forms of commercial establishments. Despite the huge size of the overall set-up of the Hindu God statue with peacocks, it can be placed directly at any spacious area of your choice without the need for any type of civil work like cutting, drilling or chiseling at your vicinity.
Let's have a look at features of this hand carved marble Krishna with cow and peacock statues: