Unknown artist

  • Date: c. 1750
  • Dimensions: H: 76 cm, W: 46 cm, D: 15 cm
  • Medium: Black marble
  • Region: Nathdwara
  • Museum number: PMA.00027

Marble sculpture depicting Shrinathji, the presiding deity at the temple of Nathdwara.
Shrinathji is depicted with his left hand raised lifting Mount Govardhan, and his right hand fisted and resting on his waist. The relief engraving around the central figure shows two cows, one lion, one snake, two peacocks, one parrot and three sages.

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