- This Baby Krishna-Vishnu Stealing Butter From A Pot Statue is approximately 4.25" tall and 3.25" long and 2.25" deep. He weighs about 8 ounces.
- This Baby Krishna-Vishnu Stealing Butter From A Pot Statue is made of designer composite resin, hand painted and polished individually. Color Tone may vary
- This sculpture shows young Krishna stealing butter from the Gopis. The Gopis prayed to Krishna to accept the butter as their token of love. They stored some butter in pots and left to sell other milk products such as buttermilk, butter and cheese.
- When asked about the act of stealing, the Hindu Guru commented, “Sri Krishna was not a thief. Just as the Sun doesn’t need the light from a candle flame, Sri Krishna never needed anything from anyone. “Some of his childhood friends were poor. As Krishna and his friends went out to play, the friends complained that they were hungry. So Krishna visited the houses of different Gopis, took the butter and offered it to his friends. He didn’t do it for his own sake."
Baby Krishna stealing butter