Yashoda had tied up Krishna after a long chase, to a big wooden grinding mortar (okhli) to punish him for his mischief. Within no time Krishna, who was still a toddler began to pull the okhli. The okhli got stuck between two trees, so he pulled harder and made the trees fall. Those trees were actually Kubera's (god of wealth's) sons in their previous life who were cursed by Narada Muni. When Krishna pulled down the trees, they got liberated from their curse.
This scene consists of dolls of toddler Krishna tied to the okhli, the two gandharvas, two trees.
Krishna Tied to Okhli
This piece will add beauty and grace wherever you choose to place it. This will also make a wonderful gift for any who appreciates Indian culture.
*The price mentioned is that of a single doll only.
*Shipping costs are additional.
*You can keep it in a closed showcase or if you choose to keep it outside, you can clean it as and when needed with a dry or damp (not wet) soft cloth.
*Do not keep it in a place that receives direct rain or sunshine.
*The dolls you receive might not have the same fabric (color and pattern) as in the picture. But rest assured, the costume will be the same we do pay great attention to aesthetics and the quality of the product is always of a high standard.
*The size mentioned is that of the standing doll. If the doll is in a sitting or bent posture, the height of the doll will vary, while the size will remain the same.