Chikura: The Strands of Beauty

Rabi Sahoo

Since ancient times, long tresses (Chikura in Sanskrit) in an Indian context have always been seen as adding to a woman’s beauty. In this sculpture, a woman from the royal family is seen playing with her hair while taking a stroll in the royal garden. The intricate craft work conspicuously lends a feel of her beauty while unobtrusively indicating her sensual appeal. Along with her attire and jewelry, the sculpture is worth all the attention, especially because of the layers in the tresses and the complexity attained through massive craftsmanship on the jewels. It also clearly indicates the traditional richness of Indian history, which faded, but the wealth in artistry that remained. 
We have written a detailed blog about this exquisite sculpture. Do give it a read!

Suggested Placement: The courtyard or the entrance.

Note: With respect to size, the statue can be custom made -- hand sculpted over a specific time frame.

Artist : Rabi Sahoo

Dimension 71 x 28 x 17 inches
Weight550.0 kg
Product Codeacrssspplt-45-15

Category: Award Winning Sculptor, Sand Stone, shakti

Type: Unknown Type

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