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This brilliant brass statue of a four-armed female divinity with a round face, well-fed cheeks, subdued chin, eyes, three-fourth shut as when absorbed in meditation, well-aligned beautifully modeled nose and moderately elevated neck represents Tripura-Sundari, also called Trailokya-Sundari – the most beauteous female – human or divine, in all three worlds. Hindu Statues, Four Arms, Temple Architecture, Brass Statues, Deities, Meditation, Sculptures, Android, Eyes

Goddess Rajarajeshwari Brass Sculpture-Tripura Sundari

This brilliant brass statue of a four-armed female divinity with a round face, well-fed cheeks, subdued chin, eyes, three-fourth shut as when absorbed in meditation, well-aligned beautifully modeled nose and moderately elevated neck represents Tripura-Sundari, also called Trailokya-Sundari – the most beauteous female – human or divine, in all three worlds.

This excellent brass-cast represents Devi Padmavati in characteristic Orissa style, an art tradition which always sought its strength in its folk art forms, elements, symbols and vivacity. The prabhavali, or the fire-arch, enshrining the deity is a common feature in both Orissa and South Indian art but the Shrimukha or Kirtimukha of the type, as it is seen in this statue, is more akin to Orissa tradition. In classical Orissa iconography, figures are somewhat heavily built. Hindu Statues, Brass Statues, Goddess Lakshmi, Indian Art, Deities, Art Forms, Folk Art, Arch, Sculptures

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This excellent brass-cast represents Devi Padmavati in characteristic Orissa style, an art tradition which always sought its strength in its folk art forms, elements, symbols and vivacity. The prabhavali, or the fire-arch, enshrining the deity is a common feature in both Orissa and South Indian art but the Shrimukha or Kirtimukha of the type, as it is seen in this statue, is more akin to Orissa tradition. In classical Orissa iconography, figures are somewhat heavily built.

The Mahishasuramardini (‘mardini’, Sanskrt for slayeress) chhavi (image) of Devi Durga is the subject of the autumnal harvest festival of the Eastern Delta region. Murtis of clay (pratima) are fashioned in abundance by local artisans, which then become the seat of almost week-long ritual worship and festivity. Krishna Statue, Lord Krishna, Shiva, Gayatri Mantra, Hindu Statues, Brass Statues, Got Wood, First Birthday Gifts, Divine Light

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The Mahishasuramardini (‘mardini’, Sanskrt for slayeress) chhavi (image) of Devi Durga is the subject of the autumnal harvest festival of the Eastern Delta region. Murtis of clay (pratima) are fashioned in abundance by local artisans, which then become the seat of almost week-long ritual worship and festivity.

Devi Durga is an unusual Devi. A roopa (manifestation) of Devi Parvati Herself, She was birthed under great havoc wreaked upon every loka (realm of existence) by Mahishasura, the seemingly invincible buffalo-demon. She is omnipotent and invincible above all else Herself; born with ten arms, each wielding a weapon that sends shivers down the adharmee’s spine. Hindu Statues, Durga, Weapon, Buffalo, Sculptures, Arms, Weapons, Water Buffalo, Gun

White Marble Statue-The Chhavi Of Mother Durga

Devi Durga is an unusual Devi. A roopa (manifestation) of Devi Parvati Herself, She was birthed under great havoc wreaked upon every loka (realm of existence) by Mahishasura, the seemingly invincible buffalo-demon. She is omnipotent and invincible above all else Herself; born with ten arms, each wielding a weapon that sends shivers down the adharmee’s spine.

The famous verse, ‘Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita’ is clearly depicted in this sculpture, where Rama and Vani are Goddess Lakshmi and Saraswati who stand on right (dakshina) and left (savya) respectively and serve (sevita) the reigning deity with chamara (fans). The one in centre is goddess Durga in the beauteous form of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi representing the fact, 'Shiva without Shakti is shava'. Quilling Dolls, Hindu Statues, Nataraja, Puja Room, Divine Mother, India Art, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Shiva, Deities

Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita (From Lalita Sahasranama)

The famous verse, ‘Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita’ is clearly depicted in this sculpture, where Rama and Vani are Goddess Lakshmi and Saraswati who stand on right (dakshina) and left (savya) respectively and serve (sevita) the reigning deity with chamara (fans). The one in centre is goddess Durga in the beauteous form of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi representing the fact, 'Shiva without Shakti is shava'.

The famous verse, ‘Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita’ is clearly depicted in this sculpture, where Rama and Vani are Goddess Lakshmi and Saraswati who stand on right (dakshina) and left (savya) respectively and serve (sevita) the reigning deity with chamara (fans). The one in centre is goddess Durga in the beauteous form of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi representing the fact, 'Shiva without Shakti is shava'. Quilling Dolls, Hindu Statues, Nataraja, Puja Room, Divine Mother, India Art, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Shiva, Deities

Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita (From Lalita Sahasranama)

The famous verse, ‘Sachamara Rama Vani Savya Dakshina Sevita’ is clearly depicted in this sculpture, where Rama and Vani are Goddess Lakshmi and Saraswati who stand on right (dakshina) and left (savya) respectively and serve (sevita) the reigning deity with chamara (fans). The one in centre is goddess Durga in the beauteous form of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi representing the fact, 'Shiva without Shakti is shava'.

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From the Hindu collection in our Sculptures category, this is Superfine Kumara Karttikeya (Murugan Swami). Item specifications: Brass Statue | 13.70 inch Height X 5.70 inch Width x 4.00 inch Depth | 4.00 Kg.

The wooden panel you see on this page is a symbol of auspiciousness, moulded stylishly in varied patterns and designs that enhance the beauty of its carve; the top layer is smoothly curved followed by a layer of lotus petals and a check pattern as a filler to the background. The cosmic triad of lord Ganesha, goddess Lakshmi and goddess Saraswati is carved in their run-of-the-mill postures on full blooming lotus pedestals blessing the devotees of good health, wealth, wisdom and fearlessness. Hindu Statues, Christmas Village Display, Indian Temple, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha, Sculptures, Carving, Blessing, Cosmic

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The wooden panel you see on this page is a symbol of auspiciousness, moulded stylishly in varied patterns and designs that enhance the beauty of its carve; the top layer is smoothly curved followed by a layer of lotus petals and a check pattern as a filler to the background. The cosmic triad of lord Ganesha, goddess Lakshmi and goddess Saraswati is carved in their run-of-the-mill postures on full blooming lotus pedestals blessing the devotees of good health, wealth, wisdom and fearlessness.

Bronze made Devi Annapurna sculpture in the form of Hoysala Art. Annapurna is an aspect of Devi and is known as Hindu goddess of food and nourishment. Worship and offering of food are highly praised in Hinduism, and therefore, the goddess Annapurna is regarded as a popular deity. Hindu Statues, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Hinduism, Deities, Worship, Bronze, Popular, Food

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Bronze made Devi Annapurna sculpture in the form of Hoysala Art. Annapurna is an aspect of Devi and is known as Hindu goddess of food and nourishment. Worship and offering of food are highly praised in Hinduism, and therefore, the goddess Annapurna is regarded as a popular deity.

Get statues of Ten Armed Devi Durga Riding on her fierce lioin made of brass. Devi Durga identified a principal and popular form of the Hindu Goddess Parvati. She is a goddess of war, the warrior form of Parvati, whose mythology centres around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma the power of good over evil. Fierce Lion, Hindu Statues, Brass Statues, India Art, Durga, Mythology, Exotic, Sculptures, Arms

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Get statues of Ten Armed Devi Durga Riding on her fierce lioin made of brass. Devi Durga identified a principal and popular form of the Hindu Goddess Parvati. She is a goddess of war, the warrior form of Parvati, whose mythology centres around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma the power of good over evil.

Lord Pashupatinath is a specific manifestation of the multi-roopi Lord Shiva. Housed in an ancient temple of Kathmandu valley, it is a confluence of all five aspects of Him: Lord Sadyojata, Lord Vamadeva, Lord Tatpurusha, Lord Aghora, and Lord Ishana. Indeed, the tall and stately sculpture that you see on this page captures the majesty of Lord Pashupatinath. Almost imposing in its splendour, such a composition comes not only from skill but also from the highest order of shraddha. Hindu Statues, White Cedar, India Art, Lord Shiva, Outdoor Seating, Wood Carving, Wood Art, Temple, Composition

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Lord Pashupatinath is a specific manifestation of the multi-roopi Lord Shiva. Housed in an ancient temple of Kathmandu valley, it is a confluence of all five aspects of Him: Lord Sadyojata, Lord Vamadeva, Lord Tatpurusha, Lord Aghora, and Lord Ishana. Indeed, the tall and stately sculpture that you see on this page captures the majesty of Lord Pashupatinath. Almost imposing in its splendour, such a composition comes not only from skill but also from the highest order of shraddha.

The whole Abhishek set is in its crowning beauty. The amazing Five-hooded Vasuki Snake in kundalini (coiled ) Pose hanging over and around the Shivalinga is in copper, Shiva Linga and all other parts of the set are in glittering Brass.The thick brassThali in which all the Abhishek vessels including Shivaling & attractive deity- idols are placed is wonderful. Hindu Statues, Shiva Linga, India Art, Copper, Brass, Metal Crafts, Gods And Goddesses, Deities, Snake

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The whole Abhishek set is in its crowning beauty. The amazing Five-hooded Vasuki Snake in kundalini (coiled ) Pose hanging over and around the Shivalinga is in copper, Shiva Linga and all other parts of the set are in glittering Brass.The thick brassThali in which all the Abhishek vessels including Shivaling & attractive deity- idols are placed is wonderful.

Seated under a stylized leaf aureoled Banyan tree with monkeys hopping and eating fruits and peacocks screaming melodiously at the top, Lord Dakshinamurthy settles on a heighted uniquely carved pedestal in lalitasana with right leg on the demon Apasmara as a mark of suppressing ignorance from the world. Hindu Statues, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Indian Temple, India Art, Peacocks, Monkeys, Shiva, Pedestal

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Seated under a stylized leaf aureoled Banyan tree with monkeys hopping and eating fruits and peacocks screaming melodiously at the top, Lord Dakshinamurthy settles on a heighted uniquely carved pedestal in lalitasana with right leg on the demon Apasmara as a mark of suppressing ignorance from the world.

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Mother Goddess Kali (Saviour of truth)

Mother Goddess Kali is synonymous with strength, positivity, power, and victory. She uproots injustice, ignorance and overcomes various negative forces that upheld the truth. The iconography of Mother Kali is both dynamic and unique as she alludes the courage and valour which is the essence of her divinity and fright manifest sacredness. The brass sculpture of Maa Kali has four hands bearing a sword in the upper right hand and trident in the lower right hand.

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The Devi Lakshmi is one of the most popular and highly venerated of Hindu devies. She is wife to Vishnu Himself, and presides over resources and wealth, which are prerequisites to the creation process that He is responsible for. She is sought after by the devotee who is in pursuit of wealth, and it is said that She is very generous with the ones She chooses for their industriousness and good sense.

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The Devi Lakshmi is one of the most popular and highly venerated of Hindu devies. She is wife to Vishnu Himself, and presides over resources and wealth, which are prerequisites to the creation process that He is responsible for. She is sought after by the devotee who is in pursuit of wealth, and it is said that She is very generous with the ones She chooses for their industriousness and good sense.