Krishna holds Sudama (a dear childhood friend) in very high regard. When Sudama (now a poor pandit) hesitates to ask Krishna (now a great king) for help, Krishna showers him with affection, respect and warmth and helps out his old friend. In this scene Krishna offers a simhasana for Sudama to sit on and Rukmini pours water as he washes his feet (a gesture of deep respect and love). A person's status or riches weren't of any significance to Krishna.
Krishna Washing Sudama's Feet Set
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.
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*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.
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