Krishna Tribhangi – Krishna is a Hindu god. He is one of the manifestation of Vedic Incomparable God Vishnu or Narayana. He is the child of Devaki (Mother) and Vasudeva (Father). Ruler Vishnu is the defender of this world and henceforth his manifestation as Krishna was intended to annihilate the shrewd powers, to reestablish the ‘Dharma’ and to free the individuals from their sufferings. In Hindu folklore Ruler Krishna has been depicted as a good example in his different phases of life directly from his introduction to the world. As a baby he was underhanded yet adoring and enamored with eating new margarine. As a little youngster he played woodwind and was well known among young men and young ladies of his age. He used to play tricks with his companions. As a young ruler he was a model sweetheart, a magician of ladies. Master Krishna has numerous names that feature his properties. Normal ones are – Gopala – Defender of Dairy animals, Murlidhar – The person who keeps a woodwind, Krishna – One who is ‘dim’ alludes to shade of his skin. Across India and world, individuals love Krishna in his different age gatherings, as a devious child calling him as Bal-Gopal. As a youthful and woodwind playing sovereign encompassed with dairy animals and ladies who used to get attarcted to his peculiarity, charms and woodwind, as the Master Vishnu himself and that’s just the beginning. Krishna can be effectively recognized by his method of introductions. A darker looking, most oftenly dim blue, ruler wearing a yellow clothings, a crown with peacock quill in it, with a woodwind in his grasp close to his lips. In this metal sculpture he is found in his mark present, unwinding and playing the flute. In this structure, he as a rule remains with one leg twisted before the other and raises a woodwind to his lips, known as Tribhangi Mudra. Tribhangi implies having three bends, subsequently the name Krishna Tribhangi.