Statues

  • Brass Maa Kali Statue | Adi Shakti Ma Goddess Murti Idol Aadya Chamunda Kamakshi Gold Color Height 11 Inches

    The name Kali means Kala or force of time. When there were neither the creation, nor the sun, the moon, the planets, and the earth, there was only darkness and everything was created from the darkness. The Dark appearance of Kali represents the darkness from which everything was born. As she is also the goddess of Preservation, Kali is worshiped as the preserver of nature. Her free, long and black hair represents nature’s freedom from civilization. Under the third eye of kali, the signs of both sun, moon, and fire are visible which represent the driving forces of nature.

  • Large Wick Lamp with Goddess Mariamman (17″ Height x 11″ Width)

    A beautifully crafted idol of brass. Bring it home and get the divine blessings of the Lord. It is crafted from brass with a highly polished look. Carved intricately with fine details. Be sure to fill your life with happiness and prosperity if you gift it to your loved ones or if you own one for yourself.Idol Collections Brand brass statue represents in a queer contrast of god manifestation of the great lord that includes in it the entire cosmos. The ancient thinkers discovered that diversities define the creation, but an inherent unity threads it into a single unified whole. The Indian theology hence perceived God’s unanimity in His diverse manifestations, each representing this, or that aspect of cosmic existence, though primarily the three, the creation, the sustenance and the dissolution, the first manifesting in Brahma, the second in Vishnu and the third in Shiva. While this Trio defines God’s diversified manifestation, the Vishva-roop presents the spiritual perception of His unanimity. Care Instruction: If the brass is dirty or seems oily, mix some mild detergent with warm water. Take a soft cloth and soak it in the solution.

  • Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) – Brass Statue Yellow

    Dimensions: 6 inch Height x 4.5 inch Width x 2.2 inch Depth

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  • Brass Mariamman South Indian Goddess Durga, 7.0 x 3.75 x 2.75 inches, Gold

    Mariamman’s worship probably originated in pre-Vedic India. She is the main Tamil mother goddess, predominant in the rural areas of Tamil Nadu. In the post-Vedic period, Māri was associated with Hindu goddesses like Parvati,[3] Kali and Durga[2] as well as with her North Indian counterpart Shitala Devi and Eastern Indian counterpart Manasa. Māri (/mɒrı/, /maari/), also known as Mariamman ( /mɒrı əˈmʌn/) and Mariaai, both meaning “Mother Mari”, spelt also Maariamma, or simply Amman or Aatha (“mother”) is the South Indian Hindu goddess of rain. She is the main South Indian mother goddess, predominant in the rural areas of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Māri is closely associated with the Hindu goddesses Parvati[1] and Durga[2] as well as with her North Indian counterpart Shitala Devi.

  • Beautifully Handcrafted Cold Cast Bronze Antique Durga Maa on Lion for Home Decoration, ( 8.5 x 5 x 10 in, Weight- 1.9 kg)

    • Design – Attractive Design Strong Material, and finishing look
    • Material – Top-Quality Import, Durable and smooth finished
    • GIFT – This statue can be a great gifting option during housewarming parties, birthday parties, weddings, festivals
    • Multipurpose use – used as Showpiece, office desk, table decors, pooja room, books rack, Corporate Gift, Car dashboard, Car Standings, Inner Car accessories, etc.
    • Spiritual – It brings prosperity, success, and financial gains to the house.
  • Cold Cast Bronze India Large Radha Idol – Statue Showpiece for Home (15 Inches, Gold)

    • A beautifully crafted idol of brass. Bring it home and get the divine blessings of the Lord. It is crafted from brass with a highly polished look. Carved intricately with fine details. Be sure to fill your life with happiness and prosperity if you gift it to your loved ones or if you own one for yourself. Gathbandhan Brand brass statue represents a contrast of god manifestation of the great lord that includes in it the entire cosmos
  • Cold Cast Bronze Gayatri Devi Idol, 10” x 7.5” x 5.5”, Bronze

    Gayathri Mantra is a very popular hymn and a very powerful one to eradicate negativity and darkness and introduce positivity and light. Goddess Gayatri is the personified form of the divine Gayatri Mantra. She is also known as Savitri and Vedamata (mother of vedas). Gayatri is often associated with Savitr, a solar deity in the vedas. Gayatri is one of the consorts of Lord Brahma in Puranic concepts. Saivite texts identify Gayatri as the consort of Shiva, in his highest form of Sadasiva with five heads and ten hands. This polyresin figurine will bring brightness in your house and lives and will give you a peaceful feeling. Recite Gayatri Mantra in front of this idol and feel your heart at its best mood. God figurines are always a way to bring divinity in your lives. So, bring this home for a spiritual feeling.

  • Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) – Brass Statue – Color Silver Gold Color

    Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | Indian-made – Brass Statue – 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. With broad shoulders, sensuously modeled but as decently clad breasts, subdued belly further contained by an elaborate girdle, broadened hips, moderate height …, the anatomy of her figure is highly balanced. The four-armed divinity is carrying in her upper hands elephant goad and noose, in the normal left, a sugarcane, while the normal right is held in  ‘abhay’. Seated on a tall seat with her figure straightened there reflects absolute ease in her bearing, With her left leg horizontally stretched along the seat’s top, and the right, laid suspending downwards, the goddess is seated in ‘lalitasana’. She is clad in a sari – an unstitched textile length. It is so worn that on the upper part of the figure it is as tight fitted as a sewn costume, and on the lower side, as loose as the traditional ‘antariya’. Though her ornaments are a bit voluminous and heavy, and so her crown and halo consisting of lotus-buds, they perfectly fit her figure.The seat Tripura-Sundari is sitting on is narrow but moderately tall. Installed with a magnificent ‘prabhavali’ – fire-arch, behind, it looks like covering its breadth from right to left. Raised over a high podium, carried on the sides over massive dwarf columns such as carry on them roofs in ancient temple architecture, and topped by a ‘kirtimukha’ – the symbol of accomplishment

  • Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) – Brass Statue – Color Brown Gold Color

    Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndia – Brass Statue – 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. With broad shoulders, sensuously modeled but as decently clad breasts, subdued belly further contained by an elaborate girdle, broadened hips, moderate height …, the anatomy of her figure is highly balanced. The four-armed divinity is carrying in her upper hands elephant goad and noose, in the normal left, a sugarcane, while the normal right is held in  ‘abhay’. Seated on a tall seat with her figure straightened there reflects absolute ease in her bearing, With her left leg horizontally stretched along the seat’s top, and the right, laid suspending downwards, the goddess is seated in ‘lalitasana’. She is clad in a sari – an unstitched textile length. It is so worn that on the upper part of the figure it is as tight fitted as a sewn costume, and on the lower side, as loose as the traditional ‘antariya’. Though her ornaments are a bit voluminous and heavy, and so her crown and halo consisting of lotus-buds, they perfectly fit her figure.The seat Tripura-Sundari is sitting on is narrow but moderately tall. Installed with a magnificent ‘prabhavali’ – fire-arch, behind, it looks like covering its breadth from right to left. Raised over a high podium, carried on the sides over massive dwarf columns such as carry on them roofs in ancient temple architecture, and topped by a ‘kirtimukha’ – the symbol of accomplishment

  • Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) – Brass Statue – Color Amazing Henna Touch Color

    Dimensions: 10.0 inch x 5.0 inch x 3.5 inch

    Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndia – Brass Statue – 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. With broad shoulders, sensuously modeled but as decently clad breasts, subdued belly further contained by an elaborate girdle, broadened hips, moderate height …, the anatomy of her figure is highly balanced. The four-armed divinity is carrying in her upper hands elephant goad and noose, in the normal left, a sugarcane, while the normal right is held in  ‘abhay’. Seated on a tall seat with her figure straightened there reflects absolute ease in her bearing, With her left leg horizontally stretched along the seat’s top, and the right, laid suspending downwards, the goddess is seated in ‘lalitasana’. She is clad in a sari – an unstitched textile length. It is so worn that on the upper part of the figure it is as tight fitted as a sewn costume, and on the lower side, as loose as the traditional ‘antariya’. Though her ornaments are a bit voluminous and heavy, and so her crown and halo consisting of lotus-buds, they perfectly fit her figure.The seat Tripura-Sundari is sitting on is narrow but moderately tall. Installed with a magnificent ‘prabhavali’ – fire-arch, behind, it looks like covering its breadth from right to left. Raised over a high podium, carried on the sides over massive dwarf columns such as carry on them roofs in ancient temple architecture, and topped by a ‘kirtimukha’ – the symbol of accomplishment

  • Goddess Rajarajeshwari (Tripura Sundari) – Brass Statue – Color Natural Brass Color

    Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndia – Brass Statue – 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. With broad shoulders, sensuously modeled but as decently clad breasts, subdued belly further contained by an elaborate girdle, broadened hips, moderate height …, the anatomy of her figure is highly balanced. The four-armed divinity is carrying in her upper hands elephant goad and noose, in the normal left, a sugarcane, while the normal right is held in  ‘abhay’. Seated on a tall seat with her figure straightened there reflects absolute ease in her bearing, With her left leg horizontally stretched along the seat’s top, and the right, laid suspending downwards, the goddess is seated in ‘lalitasana’. She is clad in a sari – an unstitched textile length. It is so worn that on the upper part of the figure it is as tight fitted as a sewn costume, and on the lower side, as loose as the traditional ‘antariya’. Though her ornaments are a bit voluminous and heavy, and so her crown and halo consisting of lotus-buds, they perfectly fit her figure.The seat Tripura-Sundari is sitting on is narrow but moderately tall. Installed with a magnificent ‘prabhavali’ – fire-arch, behind, it looks like covering its breadth from right to left. Raised over a high podium, carried on the sides over massive dwarf columns such as carry on them roofs in ancient temple architecture, and topped by a ‘kirtimukha’ – the symbol of accomplishment

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