Mystic Melodies: The Enchanting Flute of Lord Krishna by Prithvi Kumawat


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Dimensions : H: 7.48 (in) | W: 5.90 (in)

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captivating work of art carved from the magnificent Lapis Lazuli gemstone, capturing the divine essence of Lord Krishna as he enchants the universe with his melodious flute. With an aura of divinity and serenity, Lord Krishna is depicted in a gentle playing pose, holding the divine flute to his lips. The intricate carvings reveal the delicate features of his face, adorned with a crown of peacock feathers that symbolize his connection to nature and divine beauty. As Lord Krishna plays the flute, the enchanting melody reverberates throughout the cosmos, captivating all beings and transcending worldly boundaries. The curves and contours of the carving beautifully capture the fluidity of his posture, evoking a sense of divine grace and eternal bliss.

The item is made of Lapis Lazuli.


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Prithvi
Prithvi Kumawat is an artist with a lifelong passion for crafting intricate gemstone creations. His artistic journey began at the age of 10, under the guidance of his teacher, Shri Chhote Lal Kumawat. Today, Prithvi continues to pursue his craft, with his son working alongside him, carrying forward the family tradition.
What sets Prithvi's artistry apart is his deep affinity for gemstones. He meticulously works with a variety of gemstones, including the multi-colored beauty of Fluorite, the allure of Ruby, and the enchanting rainbow-like Labradorite. His expertise shines through in the exquisite jewelry he creates, particularly his love for crafting with Ruby gemstones.
Themes close to Prithvi's heart often revolve around spirituality and divinity. His art often features iconic representations like Buddha heads, Shiva heads, and depictions of Radha and Krishna, capturing the essence of God and goddesses.
Prithvi Kumawat's artistic journey has not been without its challenges. He transitioned from working with sandalwood to ivory in the '90s, only to adapt again in 2000 when sandalwood became scarce and expensive. In 2006, he made a pivotal shift to gemstone carving, a medium that brought with it different tools, technologies, and possibilities. Prithvi's enduring dedication, unwavering creativity, and adaptability have been the cornerstones of his success.


Gemstone Carving


A Gemstone is a piece of precious or semiprecious stone that is cut, polished, or treated by skilled craftsmen to make pieces of extraordinary products. This craft in India traces its origins back to ancient times under various dynasties, including the Mughals and the Rajputs, who valued gemstones not only for their beauty but also for their symbolic significance. Knowledge of gemstones was passed from father to son for generations but also taught in texts such as the notorious Kama Sutra. Over the centuries, gemstone craft evolved, incorporating influences from different regions and cultures, resulting in a diverse array of styles and techniques. Legend According to Hindu mythology, gemstones are believed to have mystical powers and are associated with planetary influences. Each gemstone is said to resonate with specific energies, offering power, protection, healing, and prosperity to those who own it.Carved gemstones are having a moment right now—here’s what India’s past reveals about their history | Vogue India. Method and technique Gemstone craft involves the meticulous cutting, shaping, and polishing of precious and semi-precious stones to create stunning works of art. Skilled artisans carefully select and combine gemstones to enhance their natural beauty and create intricate designs. Techniques such as inlay, engraving, and setting are employed to craft exquisite jewelry, sculptures, and decorative objects. The finesse of craftsmanship and the nature of the stone decide the amount of time and effort the carving would take to complete, ranging from a week to years. One of its most marvelous examples is the inlay work of the Taj Mahal in Agra. However, Jaipur's gemstone market is a living place to admire this beautiful craft. Jaipur, India: The Emerald Cutting and Trading Powerhouse | Research & News (gia.edu)



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