Krishna is an immensely popular and loved deity in India. His position is ambiguous, since many followers assert that he comes from Vishnu, while others claim otherwise. In Hinduism, normally he is regarded as one of the incarnations of Vishnu. Although his birth was threatened with death by a prophecy which said that Krishna would dethrone the king, his uncle, his father got to bring him to safety with a shepherd family. There, Krishna was raised and lived with Radha, his spiritual consort from childhood, whose passion raised despite the fact that she got married. The union of both is the purest representation of love. Two complemented lovers, engaged themselves to the other in passion and spiritual devotion, breaking all social barriers, entering the union of divinity and soul. In his expression of love, Krishna unleashes his musical talent playing his flute. It sounds so powerful that it embodies the energy of the cosmos. His beauty, charm and musical skill passionate women everywhere. Because of his way of playing, shepherdesses and milkmaids "run away when they are putting themselves make-up on, leave their own family, go away when they are eating, leave the food burning on the cooker, and remain homeless to be with Krishna". In his embrace, shepherdesses and milkmaids, crazy by the desire, take refuge in their flirting, in love with him, who was the master of all the sixty-four arts of love. They fell an indescribable emotion, and when they made love with him, in that climaxing moment of liberation, in that moment of union, they felt that joy and satisfaction couldn't be but a feature of the divine. The weight of the statue is approximately 4.7 kilograms and it is made of brass, according to the North Inda's style.