Gada sankha bujayudhah
Meaning: Krishna, wearing the jewel of Kaustubha in the navel, is an affectionate son of his mother Yasoda-devi. In his four-armed form, he holds the Sudarsana-chakra, a conch-shell a sword, a mace, various such weapons. He is known to remove the material attachments that bind his devotees.
This enchanting statue reminds us of the beautiful scenario of rasa-leela in Treta yug. Here lord lord Krishna is playinging his favourite musical instrument flute, with his two hands standing in tribhanga with his cow behind him. Next to him stands his most favourite cowgirl, Radha. She holds an earthen pot in one hand and supports his other hand on shoulder of lord Krishna below a kadamba tree.
So bring home his hypnotising statue to experience love and peace.