The 16 century black basalt idol of Lord Chitragupta is one of its kind in the world. A masterpiece, it represents medieval Indian sculpture at its finest. Its eternal quality lies in the detailing – every facial inflection of the deity is there in its finest manifestation. It is priceless – an exquisite piece of art steeped in antiquity and nestled in a religious halo that transcends many generations of Hindus living across the world.