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Murli Krishna - Brass Murti/Deity - 5" Inch

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Murli Krishna. (Krishna playing His Flute Murli) (Supreme Lord Krishna Solid Brass Murti. 

5" inches Tall .. His Base is 1.5" inches by 1.5" Inches.

Weight
9.4 oz
Love Him!

The Supreme Personality of Godhead, who says in Bhagavad-9.26

“If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit or water, I will accept it.” The Lord accepts the offerings of devotees because of their transcendental love. Because they are in love with the Supreme Lord, they do not eat anything without offering it first to the Lord. The Lord does not hanker for a small leaf or flower; He has enough to eat. Indeed, He is feeding all living entities. Nonetheless, because He is very merciful and is bhakta-vatsala, very favorable to the devotees, He certainly eats whatever they offer Him with love and devotion." Srila Prabhupada Purport.

Generally Murti's are already formed with clothing crowns, and Deities we worship by dressing them with outfits, crowns and Jewelry Etc. Generally Deities worship is regulated  where a murti may be more informal worship. Though you may also do the same for Murti's if it is possible. 


"He (Druva Maharaja) concentrated his mind on the arcā-vigraha, the worshipable Deity of the Lord, which exactly represents the Supreme Lord, and thus thinking constantly of that Deity, he became absorbed in trance. Worship of the arcā-vigraha is not idol worship. The arcā-vigraha is an incarnation of the Lord in a form appreciable by a devotee. Therefore devotees engage in the temple in the service of the Lord as arcā-vigraha, a form made of sthūla (material) objects such as stone, metal, wood, jewels or paint. All of these are called sthūla, or physical representations. Since the devotees follow the regulative principles of worship, even though the Lord is there in His physical form, He is nondifferent from His original, spiritual form. Thus the devotee gets the benefit of achieving the ultimate goal of life, that is to say, becoming always absorbed in thought of the Lord. This incessant thought of the Lord, as prescribed in the Bhagavad-gītāmakes one the topmost yogī."      Srimad Bhagavatam 4.12.17 Srila Prabhupada purport. 

He is slightly antiqued which means we have left the black in the creases..You can shin Him up with some lemon-juice and tilak.



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