Lord Guruvayurappan-Vishnu Madhuchista Vidhana Lost-Wax Panchaloha Bronze From Swamimalai
Lord Guruvayurappan-Vishnu Madhuchista Vidhana Lost-Wax Panchaloha Bronze From Swamimalai
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An ancient South Indian legend tells of Deva Guru Brihaspati and Lord of Winds Vayu, descending to Earth to build a Bhuloka Vaikuntam, in the Thrissur district of Kerala. It was to be a holy abode for Vishnu in the mortal realm. That town was named Guruvayur after its two celestial architects and the temple came to be called the Guruvayur Temple. Guruvayurappan is the Lord of Guruvayur or the Unnikannan - literally, Little Krishna - representation of Vishnu. The Guruvayurappan avatar, however, looks nothing like a child because it’s a full manifestation of Lord Vishnu, as revealed by baby Krishna to his birth parents Devaki and Vasudeva. This incredibly beautiful bronze statue is sculpted in the traditional South Indian style sporting minute attention to detail with a flawless finish. It represents the iconic four-armed Vishnu standing upon the traditional lotus pedestal. His left arms carry the divine conch, Panchajanya, and his holy mace Kaumodaki.

Guruvayurappan Bronze Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/37-large-superfine-lord-guruvayurappan-vishnu-handmade-madhuchista-vidhana-lost-wax-panchaloha-bronze-from-swamimalai-zep313/

Vishnu Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/vishnu/

Hindu Sculptures: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/

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An ancient South Indian legend tells of Deva Guru Brihaspati and Lord of Winds Vayu, descending to Earth to build a Bhuloka Vaikuntam, in the Thrissur district of Kerala. It was to be a holy abode for Vishnu in the mortal realm. That town was named Guruvayur after its two celestial architects and the temple came to be called the Guruvayur Temple. Guruvayurappan is the Lord of Guruvayur or the Unnikannan - literally, Little Krishna - representation of Vishnu. The Guruvayurappan avatar, however, looks nothing like a child because it’s a full manifestation of Lord Vishnu, as revealed by baby Krishna to his birth parents Devaki and Vasudeva. This incredibly beautiful bronze statue is sculpted in the traditional South Indian style sporting minute attention to detail with a flawless finish. It represents the iconic four-armed Vishnu standing upon the traditional lotus pedestal. His left arms carry the divine conch, Panchajanya, and his holy mace Kaumodaki.

Guruvayurappan Bronze Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/37-large-superfine-lord-guruvayurappan-vishnu-handmade-madhuchista-vidhana-lost-wax-panchaloha-bronze-from-swamimalai-zep313/

Vishnu Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/vishnu/

Hindu Sculptures: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/

#lordvishnu #guruvayurappanstatue #bronzestatue #panchlohastatue #madhuchistavidhana #lostwaxstatue #panchlohabronzestatue #swamimalaistatue #hindugod #statues #sculptures #indianart #handmade