depictions give us a glimpse of the social life of Bengal two hundred and fifty years
back. If the mud-artists had a sense of worship when they engraved the Radha-Krishna
or Ramayana episodes, they had the touch of realism, humor and human approach when they
made engravers of this type.
The outer-walls have also the sculpture of various other religious, semi-religious and
mundane matters and the crowds of gods and morals re-enact before us till today various
phases of Hindu religion, current institutions and events, social or political.
There is a six-armed Lord Krishna in a dancing posture.
The facial expression, the gentle and charming poise of the whole figure, the
engaging smile, the web of romantic illusion emanating from the figure will captivate any
one. It is, on the whole, a dignified masterpiece of ornamental as well as
functional architecture. On the northern wall there is Raslila depicted--the dancing
girls in a circle show an unfettered abandon in the height of rapture.