Dokra is an ancient Indian art, made by Damar tribes in West Bengal. This piece depicts a couple with a baby sitting on Indian bed 'charpai'. This is made using non–ferrous metal using the lost-wax casting technique
Presenting traditional Indian handicrafts, Radhika who was the principal devotee of Krishna in the Bhagavat Purana, and the Gita Govinda of the Hindu religion. In this portrait of Krishna & Radha- Radha is swaying to his music.