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This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded in utkutasana and the right ankle supporting his large portly belly. He is carved here in a simple four-armed figure, yet so uncommon and new in its visual effects. The superfine quality and noble lustre highlights his divine aura. Ganesha is the foremost deity worshipped in the entire Hindu pantheon
This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded i
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Kubera (Sanskrit: कुबेर) also known as Kuvera, Kuber or Kuberan, is the Lord of Wealth and the god-king of the semi-divine Yakshas in Hindu culture. Kubera is described as the embodiment of both Artha ("wealth, prosperity, glory") and Arthashastras, the treatises related to it-and his iconography mirrors it. Some other Hindu epics describe him as the God of riches and the w
Kubera (Sanskrit: कुबेर) also known as Kuvera, Kuber or Kuberan, is the Lord of Wealth and
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In Hinduism, Hanuman is a very powerful and strong god. He was an avatar of Vishnu, a god of Hindus. He is also a figure of strength, perseverance, and devotion and is one of the Chiranjeevi. In Hindu mythology, he is known as the monkey commander of the monkey army and his exploits are recorded in Ramayana. The Hindu belief in Hanuman helps them to assist the lower self that is lost to ignorance
In Hinduism, Hanuman is a very powerful and strong god. He was an avatar of Vishnu, a god of Hindus.
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The emergence of goddess Durga marked the power of feminism; she was created by the cosmic powers of the trinity and other gods to defeat the Buffalo demon Mahishasura. Goddess Durga is revered as Durga Nashini, which translates as ‘the one who eliminates suffering’, as she is the Shakti or Mother goddess in Hinduism. She is sculpted here with a single piece of white marble in lalitasana postu
The emergence of goddess Durga marked the power of feminism; she was created by the cosmic powers of
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Ganesha is an unborn and formless deity sculpted here in a magnificent form. He is the lord of the universe who rules its various atoms and energies to avoid chaos; he is the consciousness that is omnipresent and marks as the beginner of any auspicious or inauspicious task or activity. He is enthroned here on a pedestal chiseled in beauteous lotus leaves all around its circumference and it is plac
Ganesha is an unborn and formless deity sculpted here in a magnificent form. He is the lord of the u
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The Kundalini term as "the coiled power" like a serpent"- a kind of "cosmic energy" that accumulates at the base of the spine. When awakened, Kundalini is described as rising up from the Muladhara chakra through different chakras and reach the top of the head, Sahasrara or crown chakra, producing an extremely profound transformation of consciousness. Kundalini awakening th
The Kundalini term as "the coiled power" like a serpent"- a kind of "cosmic ener
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The tale of Pancamukha Hanuman from Ramayana tells of the monkey god’s battle with the King of Patala, Ahiravana, and his five celestial lamps. Hidden within the flames of these lamps, diverging away in five different directions, lay the soul of the daitya king. To kill Ahiravana the flames all needed to be extinguished at the same time. Lord Hanuman spouted five faces, each with a distinct pers
The tale of Pancamukha Hanuman from Ramayana tells of the monkey god’s battle with the King of Pat
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The five (‘pancha’) faces (‘mukha’) of Panchamukha Hanuman stand for the five means of worship that the great yogi extended to Lord Rama: naman, smaran, keerthanam, yacham, and arpanam. The faces are (from left to right) Lakshmi Varaha, Mahaveera Garuda, Anjaneya, Karala Ugraveera Narasimha, and Hayagriva. The Panchamukha on this page is possessed of eight arms (the ashtabhujadhari). The m
The five (‘pancha’) faces (‘mukha’) of Panchamukha Hanuman stand for the five means of worsh
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Nataraja is the most popular representation of the Hindu God Shiva. In Sanskrit, Nata means dance and raja means Lord. Shiva, therefore, is the 'King of Dancers'. To understand the concept of Nataraja we have to understand the idea of dance itself. Like yoga, dance induces trance, ecstasy, and the experience of the divine. In India consequently, dance has flourished with the terrific aus
Nataraja is the most popular representation of the Hindu God Shiva. In Sanskrit, Nata means dance an
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Son of Shiva, warrior and protector and upholder of dharma. The all-powerful shodashabhujadhari (sixteen-armed) Roopa (form) of Lord Ganesha is quite the rarity. The panchaloha medium, a bronze made of five (‘pancha’) iron-based (‘loha’) alloys, and the traditional madhuchista vidhana or lost-wax make, add to the value of this Ganesha murti as a work of art. Lord Ganesha Bronze Statue stan
Son of Shiva, warrior and protector and upholder of dharma. The all-powerful shodashabhujadhari (six
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This large bellied and elephant faced, Lord Ganesha holds the power to remove all obstacles to have a fruitful and healthy life. Ganesha was given a boon, that he would be worshipped as the primary deity before the start of any auspicious event, which is consciously or unconsciously done by the whole mankind. This large Ganesha brass sculpture is a super fine piece of beauty because of its large s
This large bellied and elephant faced, Lord Ganesha holds the power to remove all obstacles to have
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One of the most preciously auspicious birds in Hindu mythology, Peacock has various symbolisms appended to it. The legend says that the bird peacock was brought to life with the feathers of Garuda, another mythical bird that was said to carry lord Vishnu. It represents the cycle of time, purity as well as is related to the goddess Lakshmi, the bestower of wealth and prosperity. This is why keeping
One of the most preciously auspicious birds in Hindu mythology, Peacock has various symbolisms appen
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We pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship. Our Brass Plaques are an eye-catching way to show employee appreciation or memorialize loved ones. We produce according to your requirements in a range of standard sizes. https://recognitionexpress.ie/brass-signage.html
We pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship. Our Brass Plaques are an eye-catching way to s
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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. The go
Lord Ganapati is hailed as the chief of the celestial hosts and his various prayers recorded in Vedi
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Shadakshari Lokeshvara, the supreme soul (‘ishvara’) of the realm of existence (‘loka’) wherein it thrives, is a manifestation of the six (‘shad’) syllables (‘akshara’) of om-mani-Padme-hum, is a form of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. He is mentioned in the sixth form of the Sadhanamala. The name Chenrezig has its origin in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. A solemn, bitone sculptu
Shadakshari Lokeshvara, the supreme soul (‘ishvara’) of the realm of existence (‘loka’) wher
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The archaic period of art began to show interest in marble. Limestone sculpture is the art of creating, convincing realistic figure which produces natural and expressive movement. Such is the Saraswati sculpture. She is a marvel of knowledge, music, art, speech, and learning. The goddess is depicted as a beautiful woman clothed in pure white. She is garlanded in a golden throne which represents th
The archaic period of art began to show interest in marble. Limestone sculpture is the art of creati
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Aum is the most important syllable in Hindu chanting. It is the beginning as well as the culmination of every mantra in the divine language of Sanskrt. It is a composite of three different phonetics, namely ‘a’, followed by ‘u’, and finally ‘m’. Contained within the aum is the entire linguistic range of man; as such, chanting aum is to have chanted the Vedas and all of itihasa. A power
Aum is the most important syllable in Hindu chanting. It is the beginning as well as the culmination
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With his legendary flute in hand, the Supreme Lord Krishna stands cast in bronze, his graceful pose with his legs crossed acting as a hallmark to the elaborate carvings of the Hoysala architecture. In the form of Venugopal, Lord Krishna becomes the protector of cows and the owner of the flute Venu. His face is at utter peace and serenity as he plays his flute, harmonious notes pleasing to the ears
With his legendary flute in hand, the Supreme Lord Krishna stands cast in bronze, his graceful pose
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This youthful, valiant posture of Ganesha, the epitome of achievement and self-mastery, sits in Utkutakasana pose on a throne having a rectangular brick-like base with two white mice carved on it, facing opposite directions, holding a laddoo and a long back curved at the top, orange in color, bordered with thick gold color. The chaturbhuja Ganesha holds laddoos (his favorite sweet) and radish, as
This youthful, valiant posture of Ganesha, the epitome of achievement and self-mastery, sits in Utku
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A monotone composition the color of gracious gold. It comes from the pure brass make of the sculpture, which depicts a handsome apsara overflowing with youth and beauty. Clad in an ornately embroidered dhoti and a skimpy bustier that, by clinging to her fecund curves, reveals rather than conceals her shape, she is engaged in a particularly important activity. In the palm of her left hand, she crad
A monotone composition the color of gracious gold. It comes from the pure brass make of the sculptur
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Beneath a Kirtimukham prabhavali (aureole), stands the gentle Lord Ganesha. The superb proportions of Kirtimukham contrast sharply with the chubby child’s form of the standing Ganesha idol. So does the diametric variation in the expressions - the former is a paragon of all-consuming ferocity, while the latter is widely worshipped for its childlike gentleness. The Lord Ganesha statue that you see
Beneath a Kirtimukham prabhavali (aureole), stands the gentle Lord Ganesha. The superb proportions o
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The Buddha is the fountainhead of inspiration for spiritual artisans across the subcontinent. His meditating figure is to be found in abundance in the art made across its length and breadth. The bhumisparsha mudra is by far the most popular of the mudras chosen by artisans. In Sanskrit, 'bhumi' means 'earth' and 'sparsha', 'touch' - it is the mudra assumed b
The Buddha is the fountainhead of inspiration for spiritual artisans across the subcontinent. His me
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The panchamukha-roopa is common to many deities in the Hindu pantheon. The word ‘panchamukha’ is a portmanteau of ‘pancha’, which means five, and ‘mukha’, which means face. The murti that you see on this page is of the Panchamukha Vinayaka (another name for Ganesha). Each of the five faces stands for the yogic koshas or layers of existence. It is a murti of Vengai wood, derived from a
The panchamukha-roopa is common to many deities in the Hindu pantheon. The word ‘panchamukha’ is
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Amoghapasha, which means "unfailing lasso," alludes to lasso-like compassion that brings all sentient creatures out of sorrow and into a state of happiness that leads to enlightenment. In Tantric Buddhist imagery, Amoghapasha is a convoluted god. In most creative renditions, he is easily confused with Avalokiteshvara. Scholars frequently confuse the two deities. When Avalokiteshvara is t
Amoghapasha, which means "unfailing lasso," alludes to lasso-like compassion that brings a
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Sri Maha Shodashi is a Hindu goddess and is an aspect of Mahadevi mainly worshipped in Shaktism, a goddess-oriented sect of Hinduism. She is also revered as one of the prominent Mahavidyas. She is glorified in many Shakta texts, with Lalita Sahasranama being the most popular one. Sri Maha Shodashi is also known as Tripura Sundari, Rajarajeshwari, and Lalita. She is a personification of Supreme Ene
Sri Maha Shodashi is a Hindu goddess and is an aspect of Mahadevi mainly worshipped in Shaktism, a g
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