Attractively sculptured in Panchaloha bronze & erected on an alluring lotus petal podium, carved with eye-catching floral designs, Bal-Krishna is depicted as holding the tail of serpent Kalia by his left hand, the right hand in Abhaya-mudra ( don’t fear blessings) enjoying dancing, bouncing & jumping on kaliya’s thousand hoods. Crushed by Krishna, the snake is injured, blood started flowing from his body. The Kalia’s frontal, entire hoods, the long tail have exceptionally been carved. Attired & adorned with his majestic costumes and bejeweled with rich ornaments like kanthamalas, bracelets, armlets, and astonishing crown head on forehead.
Bal Krishna's beauty is unmentionably awesome. There is another lesson being taught by Krishna. He did not kill kaliya but killed the envy, hatred, and anger inside him. Therefore, let’s follow the Krishna association at first and if it too fails, then the other stringent measures of punishing the culprits are open. ‘ quality is not expensive, it’s priceless’ is appropriate for this exotic artifact.