There is a sign in front of the large hutt statue in the center of the Lower Promenade on Nar Shaddaa.
Forged from solid gold and sculpted by no less than eighty-three artisans, the statue of Karagga the Hutt embodies its subject’s opulence and grandeur while taking center stage in the Promenade of Nar Shaddaa. The statue itself was commissioned by the Hutt Cartel as a gift to its ruler on Karagga’s 800th birthday. Every year since, revelers gather around the statue to honor Karagga’s birth in a debauched celebration befitting the Supreme Mogul of the Hutt Cartel. Critics have disparaged the statue’s poor resemblance to Karagga, but they do so without appreciation of the Hutts’ artistic traditions. Reflections of reality are shunned. Instead, the truly great statues capture the idealized Hutt form and portray the glorious mass of their subject. From its golden tail to ornate helmet, there exists no finer Hutt statue than that of Karagga the Unyielding.