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This statue is that of a Samurai, the warrior class and self-sacrificing knights of Japan. In Japanese history the Samurai have played a variety of roles-commanders in the battlefield, assassins in the night, keepers of peace and that of aristocratic administrators. Here the Samurai is shown kneeling on his knees. This posture is known as Sonkyo-zo in Japanese. Both of his hands rest on his thighs
This statue is that of a Samurai, the warrior class and self-sacrificing knights of Japan. In Japane
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Of all the qualities that make Lord Krishna who He is, it is His prowess with the flute that captures the hearts of devotees. Spread across not only the subcontinent but also the world, devotees never tire of His music. He sits in one of Vrindavan's many glades and pulls out His flute, the sound of which reaches the inhabitants within the city. The music that is emanating from His flu
Of all the qualities that make Lord Krishna who He is, it is His prowess with the flute that capture
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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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Durga, identified as Adi Parashakti, is a principal and popular form of the Hindu Goddess. 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. Devi Durga is also a fierce form of the protective mother Goddess, who unleashes her divine wrath against the wicke
Durga, identified as Adi Parashakti, is a principal and popular form of the Hindu Goddess. She is a
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Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the band of his followers (GANANATHA), dines his favourite wood-apple and rose–apple fruits, who is the cause of the destruction of all sorrows, Whose feet are like lotus. One should observe Ganesha with full devotion, feel his qualities and waves such as immensity, pride and fearlessness, immense streng
Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the ban
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The urdhvatandava stance of the dancing Shiva is immortalised in the ancient Thillai Nataraja temple in Cidambaram. The murti that you see on this page depicts the Nataraja in this stance: the right leg is raised high behind the spine, such that the sole of the foot almost touches the back of His crown. Sculpted from pure brass, the dancing figure is balanced on the toes of the left foot. The Lord
The urdhvatandava stance of the dancing Shiva is immortalised in the ancient Thillai Nataraja temple
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Hindu religion is a massive expanse spanning countless sects, traditions, and cultures. While some are just nice and elegant, some go beyond the societal norms to realize their spiritual quest. In her essence, Kali is the divine protector of her devotees, protecting them from the forces of evil, and bestows her grace upon those who open their hearts to her. This brass statue depicts kali in her fi
Hindu religion is a massive expanse spanning countless sects, traditions, and cultures. While some a
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Vrishavahana in Sanskrit means 'one who rides the bull', who is none other than the fierce destroyer-god, Shiva. Lord Shiva is portrayed as the Vrishavahana in this intricately replete brass sculpture from the Exotic India collection, His arm resting presumably on the back of Nandi (His divine vahana, a legendary bull). Shiva Sculpture: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hi
Vrishavahana in Sanskrit means 'one who rides the bull', who is none other than the fierce
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In Hindu Religion, Lord Ganesha is the god of everyman, revered as the primary deity before starting with any auspicious or inauspicious event in every part of the world. He sits here in lalitasana on a heightened throne, carved in the most wonderous layered patterns having boosters on either side and is placed on a thin pedestal with a slight curve in the front and sides occupied by a water Kalas
In Hindu Religion, Lord Ganesha is the god of everyman, revered as the primary deity before starting
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Devi Durga is a feminine epitome of strength and a divine potency responsible for keeping this material world in order and decorum; she is an embodiment of ferocity as well as compassion who holds equal parts as a destroyer and creator both. This brass statue is painted in enchanting brown and golden color combination with the divinity perched in lalitasana on a ferocious lion (Durga’s vahan
Devi Durga is a feminine epitome of strength and a divine potency responsible for keeping this mater
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Lord Krishna is as handsome as Lord Gopala, His Baala-Roopa (infant form), is adorable. Since His arrival in Vrindavan from Mathura, He had won the hearts of the local mothers and maidens alike. The murti that you see on this page captures Him in the signature tribhanga stance and, as such, is a visual narrative that explains the amorous aspect of His leela (divine conduct). Muralidhara Krishna
Lord Krishna is as handsome as Lord Gopala, His Baala-Roopa (infant form), is adorable. Since His ar
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The beauty of the Devi Kali lies in her ferocity and invincibility. The very picture of her is enough to make the adharmee tremble with fear. Each of Her ten arms ('dasha' in Sanskrit means 'ten'; 'bhuja', 'arm') bears a deadly weapon of divine prowess. She uses them to slay adharmees, whose severed heads are hanging in the garland that hangs down her ne
The beauty of the Devi Kali lies in her ferocity and invincibility. The very picture of her is enoug
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Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the band of his followers (GANANATHA), dines his favourite wood-apple and rose–apple fruits, who is the cause of the destruction of all sorrows, Whose feet are like lotus. One should observe Ganesha with full devotion, feel his qualities and waves such as immensity, pride and fearlessness, immense streng
Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the ban
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The mukhamandala (countenance) of Lord Ganesha emerges straight from a resplendent sun. A circular row of the Devanagari inscription of aum, a sacred life-affirming syllable, forms a halo around His head. In fact the sun itself is the halo of Lord Ganesha but, unlike other haloed sculptures in Indian iconography, this one does not comprise a discrete circular diskette at the back of the deity’s
The mukhamandala (countenance) of Lord Ganesha emerges straight from a resplendent sun. A circular r
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The bhumisparsha mudra is an interesting gesture assumed by no other deity than the Buddha. In Sanskrit, 'bhumi' means earth and 'sparsha' means to touch. The Buddha sits in the gracious shade of the Bodhi tree, His long limbs folded in the perfect padmasana. He is steeped in meditation as could be deduced from his composure of countenance, sculpted flawlessly from bras
The bhumisparsha mudra is an interesting gesture assumed by no other deity than the Buddha. In Sansk
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A kingly Lord Ganesha sits on the throne. From the lalitasana of His limbs to the ample regalia of His person, He looks every bit the ruler of paraloka and ihaloka alike, over the hearts of numerous devotees who consider Him the jewel of Shiva-Parvati. He is shashtabhujadhari: conchs and the Sudarshan chakra and the gesture of blessing in His hands, and of course a freshly made laddoo in the anter
A kingly Lord Ganesha sits on the throne. From the lalitasana of His limbs to the ample regalia of H
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An accumulator of positive vibes and a symbol of happiness, Laughing Buddha is a giver of good luck, contentment, and abundance. The sweet plum face with the ever-charming smile gives good vibes and fortune without any expectations. Every Laughing Buddha posture and accessory defines a different meaning and relieves you of your financial worries and stress-free life. This brass Laughing Buddha scu
An accumulator of positive vibes and a symbol of happiness, Laughing Buddha is a giver of good luck,
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Vermillion is a symbol of love, power, protection, and longevity; applied by all married women in their maang revealing their highest kind of beauty and virtue, for well being and prosperity of their husbands. This statue is a brilliant brass transform of one of the best sculptures from Khajuraho, sculpted at parshvanath temple, which is famous for its intrinsic artistry. This Brass statue is of
Vermillion is a symbol of love, power, protection, and longevity; applied by all married women in th
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Lord Ganesha's nature is to shower fortune and bliss wherever he is worshipped and here also he is holding a traditional lamp via chain by his twisted trunk. Well, in this illustration, Shri Ganesha's sweet face represents all the attributes of his personality, such as; his smartness, cuteness, attentiveness, childish expressions along with the lotus eyes, all these features are filled i
Lord Ganesha's nature is to shower fortune and bliss wherever he is worshipped and here also he
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An exquisite long ritual spoon which is comprised of tremendously carved illustrations on both sides features Lord Krishna postured in a tribend form (Tribhanga Lalit Mudra) on a pillar-shaped stick connecting the round picker and the handle, which also features the sweet pair of peacocks and that provides a delightful experience to the viewer. The main purpose of this spoon is to pour ghee in Yag
An exquisite long ritual spoon which is comprised of tremendously carved illustrations on both sides
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This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born in a Brahman family and later brought up by a Muslim fakir and his wife. He believed in true devotion, inner peace, charity, love, and forgiveness. He gave the name ‘Dwarkamai’ to the small mosque in which he lived, which is situated in Shirdi (a small town in Maharashtra). He never cared about
This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born
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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
Amalgamated in beautiful smoky grey and gold colors, Nataraja, while dancing in ecstasy rules over h
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Lakshmi is one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu mythology and is known as the goddess of wealth and purity. She is the consort of the god Vishnu and is the mother of 19 children. The circular brass Wall Hanging of Goddess Lakshmi is tinted with a tinge of bright golden color, as it encapsulates a divine event of the charming goddess, with finely embossed carvings that are beautifully eye-cat
Lakshmi is one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu mythology and is known as the goddess of wealt
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She is the goddess of compassion and mother of liberation. Green Tara is the wisdom Buddha who protects her devotees from all obstacles and fulfills their wishes. She is one of the most popular goddesses in the Buddhist pantheon whose compassion for living beings is said to be stronger than a mother’s love for her children. As per the usual form, she is depicted with a green-hued body as green i
She is the goddess of compassion and mother of liberation. Green Tara is the wisdom Buddha who prote
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You can’t get away with the extensive beauty of this brass sculpture of a ritual lamp having a large peacock settled on top of it adding to the remarkable beauty and elegance of this art. The awe-struck feature is that none of the areas in this brass peacock lamp is left vacant, every inch of it is carved with accuracy and precision in varied patterns. The high raised chowki is sculpted in two l
You can’t get away with the extensive beauty of this brass sculpture of a ritual lamp having a lar
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