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Amalgamated in beautiful smoky grey and gold colors, Nataraja, while dancing in ecstasy rules over his conscious fearful yet caring nature. This rare Nataraja posture triumphs joyfully on the demon dwarf Apasmara, who embodies ignorances of the world and here sits with his implements in his hands on a three-layered heightened pedestal carved in mesmerizing highlighted lotus petals. Nataraja Bra
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Lord Ganapati is hailed as the chief of the celestial hosts and his various prayers recorded in Vedic texts invoke him as the Law of the laws, Seer of the seers and Principal of the principals. This tiger eye sculpture of Ganesha is an entirely unique artifact to decorate your surroundings in the beauty of its creativity and the dazzling effect it reflects on being exposed to bright light.
Lord Ganapati is hailed as the chief of the celestial hosts and his various prayers recorded in Vedi
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In Hindu Religion Lord Krishna is the choicest subject of Indian artisans. The most deeply loved of the Indian pantheon, it is also His great personal beauty that makes him a favorite with those who produce and patronize devotional-spiritual art. This Krishna Brass Murti has been handpicked for its apt portrayal of the highly characteristic deity. He is playing on the murali as He stands with
In Hindu Religion Lord Krishna is the choicest subject of Indian artisans. The most deeply loved of
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Lord Ganesha is a baal-deva, a child (baal) of the divine order of the devas. He is an integral part of Shiva-parivar and the Devi Durga offspring retinue in devotional art; and when portrayed alone, He is the scribe of the Mahabharata and/or the very picture of traditional opulence. The oil painting you see on this page is a singular depiction of the Lord. Quiet, gathered, solitary - such is His
Lord Ganesha is a baal-deva, a child (baal) of the divine order of the devas. He is an integral part
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The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide in Hinduism, even by the satgurus, temples, and scriptures. He is the one for all, whose presence as a vital part of daily life’s experiences of his devotees helps them have a tension-free life, without any obstructions. The finite quality of this Ganesha brass sculpture induces a feeling of charm
The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide i
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This watercolor painting of enthroned Ganesha, paints Ganesha in his most genuine, divine picture, enjoying his favorite sweet, Modak, symbolizing the gift and blessings he is ready to shower his devotees with. In this delightfully detailed painting of Ganesha, he can be seen holding mala beads, symbolizing his focus and devotion. Ganesha, known for his calmness and wisdom, is a representation of
This watercolor painting of enthroned Ganesha, paints Ganesha in his most genuine, divine picture, e
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There is more to the adorable laughing Buddha than meets the eye. His face bursts forth with the mirth of enlightenment. His rucksack contains the bare essentials of a Bodhisattva, which is not much, but He is supremely content. A string of prayer beads graces His ample neck. The laughing Buddha, who lived in Zhejiang during the rule of Later Liang, was reputed to be a Buddha of benevolent charact
There is more to the adorable laughing Buddha than meets the eye. His face bursts forth with the mir
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Chaturbhuja Ganesha stands in a dancing position with his right leg upwards placed on a thin stand. Postured on a round platform located on a squared stand with a pedestal below and comprises of a small mouse illustration. This holy brass structure also holds important cultural as well as traditional attributes. While holding his divine implements, Ganesha wears an adorably crafted crown, holding
Chaturbhuja Ganesha stands in a dancing position with his right leg upwards placed on a thin stand.
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Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starting any major enterprise, a Hindu will perform a ceremony dedicated to Lord Ganesha- the Elephant God. As a kind of metaphysical actor, butter stars in numerous religious rituals created by our ancestors long ago. Because butter was often perceived as a divine mystery in itself, hidden in milk and te
Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starti
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Ganesha's timeless appeal has been captured to perfection in this watercolor by artist Tulsi Das Vimbark. From the chubby limbs in their usual stance to the characteristic pot-belly of the indulgent laddoo-lover, this painting inspires a world of affection in the heart of the devotee. Note the soft glow of the skin, the effulgence of the elephant countenance. The golden halo that graces the h
Ganesha's timeless appeal has been captured to perfection in this watercolor by artist Tulsi Da
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The exquisitely carved object depicts Ganesa as a musician; playing the shehnai, engaged in a pleasant mood. Music is one of the important branches of ancient Indian culture. Early Indian sages and musicians were well aware of the science of music; therefore, their endeavors paved way for the invention and composition of different ragas and raginis of Indian classical music. Instrumental music
The exquisitely carved object depicts Ganesa as a musician; playing the shehnai, engaged in a pleasa
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Shiv Parivar- The Resplendent Nandi At Their Feet Brass Statue
Shiv Parivar- The Resplendent Nandi At Their Feet Brass Statue
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A portrayal that is simple. Almost basic. Downright rustic. The Radha-Krishna iconography captures the imagination of devotees and artisans alike, to which the twin sculpture that you see on this page is no exception. Fashioned from brass and finished with a serrated texture, this would make for an unusual yet tasteful addition to your space. The handsome lovers are in bliss in each other’s comp
A portrayal that is simple. Almost basic. Downright rustic. The Radha-Krishna iconography captures t
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Devi Mahakali, the consort of ‘Mahakala’ (Great Time), a form of Lord Shiva, is the Goddess of time, life, death, creation, as well as liberation. The most powerful Goddess Mahakali is one of the three manifestations of Devi Durga that represent the three Gunas of material nature (sattva, rajas, and tamas). Being the consort of Lord Shiva, who is the predominating deity of the mode of ignoranc
Devi Mahakali, the consort of ‘Mahakala’ (Great Time), a form of Lord Shiva, is the Goddess of t
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The tall, beauteous, and stately Lakshmi Ji blesses the devotee with plenty. The wife of none other than the great Vishnu, She presides over wealth which is the necessary means to His function of preserving creation through destruction. She has been given the resplendent finish of pale gold, Her saree draped in modern-day urban North Indian style. On Her head sits a skillfully carved crown, from u
The tall, beauteous, and stately Lakshmi Ji blesses the devotee with plenty. The wife of none other
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Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear even the most difficult paths. He is also called Lambodhara, which means Guardian of Wealth and prosperity. Shiva and Parvati’s son, Lord Ganesha, was assassinated by Lord Shiva’s wrath. Upon recognizing this, Shiva to honor his son brought him back with an elephant head and endowed him a blessin
Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear e
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A one-of-a-kind standing Buddha sculpture. Usually depicted as a seated figure nestled in the belly of a lotus, Siddhartha Gautama had a long past before He sat down at the foot of the Bodhi tree. He had spent years wandering the dense Himalayan foothills as an ascetic and the great Northern plains as a mendicant. The murti that you see on this page is of the wandering mendicant, seemingly just ar
A one-of-a-kind standing Buddha sculpture. Usually depicted as a seated figure nestled in the belly
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The Hindu deity, Bhagwan Krishna is famous for his naughty leelas with Radha and other gopis of Gokul, the intense charm of his face, and the Madhur (melodious) tunes arousing from his flute. This sculpture of Krishna depicts him as standing on a rectangular thick brass block etched in a realistic stone-like pattern. He is postured in his iconic tribhanga posture with the left leg bent forward and
The Hindu deity, Bhagwan Krishna is famous for his naughty leelas with Radha and other gopis of Goku
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Lord Soorya is revered as the prime source of life and nourishment by the peoples of the subcontinent. His many names include Vivasvat (Sanskrit word for 'brilliant'), Savitra ('nourisher'), and Lokachakshu ('eye of the realm'). Lore has it that He rides a chariot as brilliant as He is, drawn by no less than seven horses, across the skies each day in His bid to overpo
Lord Soorya is revered as the prime source of life and nourishment by the peoples of the subcontinen
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There are nine names of Devi Durga –ShailPutri, Brahmacharini, etc; etc and hence known as Nava-Durga. During Navaratri festivals, all the Devis are worshipped in their particular avatars and celebrated all over the world with fanfare. Devi accepts all the names and proves itself in all forms. When you sit in meditation and deep inside, you will realize the different shakties and their mantras.
There are nine names of Devi Durga –ShailPutri, Brahmacharini, etc; etc and hence known as Nava-Du
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Godhead of Hindu trinity deities and the most popular incarnation of Lord Vishnu- Lord Krishna or Murlimanohar is the leader, hero, protector, teacher, and a friend of all. He is the ruler, not only of religion and philosophy, but also mysticism, literature, and all aspects of Indian folklore. Here he stands on a flourishing carved multilayered leveled-up inverted lotus in his run-of-the-mill cros
Godhead of Hindu trinity deities and the most popular incarnation of Lord Vishnu- Lord Krishna or Mu
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A life-sized Lord Shiva statue for the home or office of the finest devotee. Sculpted from brass and given a sturdy finish, the big Lord Shiva statue that you see on this page is fit to be installed outdoors. It depicts the great Adiyogi Shiva seated in lalitasana on a mound of the Himalayas. A tigerskin asana lies beneath Him. While it is common iconography to depict the ascetic Shiva in a standi
A life-sized Lord Shiva statue for the home or office of the finest devotee. Sculpted from brass and
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This elaborate brass sculpture is a variation of the Goddess Kali iconography, and hers is a distinct iconography. Her stance is far from the unassuming body language of Indian devices; she is clad in very little by way of clothing and shringar; and there is ferocity about her composure, which matches the weapons she wields in her numerous hands. This one is alone Goddess Kali's composition,
This elaborate brass sculpture is a variation of the Goddess Kali iconography, and hers is a distinc
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As the cowherd youth recently arrived in Vrindavan, the effect Krishna had on the hearts of the cows and the milkmaids alike is known and sung about to this day. And it was not just His youth and handsomeness and the charm of His demeanor that brought Vrindavan thus to life. His way with the flute is the stuff of legends. In fact, myth has it that His music drew the simple-hearted to Himself l
As the cowherd youth recently arrived in Vrindavan, the effect Krishna had on the hearts of the cows
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The vitarka mudra is of great importance in Buddhist iconography. The enlightened one sits in a stable padmasana and raises the right hand in the stance of dispensing vidya (awareness). This is called vitarka in Sanskrit; while ‘mudra’ refers to the stance of the hands in particular. As you could see in the murti on this page, the forefinger curves forward to touch the tips with the thumb, and
The vitarka mudra is of great importance in Buddhist iconography. The enlightened one sits in a stab
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