Brass Lord Vishnu Bhagwan Resting on Sheshnaag Laxmi Ji Pressing Legs Surrounded by Garuda for Home Office Decor Entrance Mandir Good Luck Gift
- Dimension : Length 8 Inch | Width 3 Inch | Height 5 Inches |
- Weight 2.1 KG
- Material : Brass
- CARE INSTRUCTIONS – Don’t wash, use dry/wet cotton cloth to remove dirt
- ATTRIBUTE : Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi are sitting together and giving their combined blessings to their devotees. Sheshnaag ( Snake ) is protecting them.
Vishnu – According to the Hindu mythology there are three supreme Gods, Brahma – The Creator (of the Universe), Vishnu (The Preserver), and Mahesh (Lord Shiva, the destroyer). Vishnu is a supreme God and is believed to have incarnated himself to protect the universe from time to time. In this statue Lord Vishnu is shown in a standing position with his four arms holding the following things. In his lower right hand he is holding a lotus flower. In his upper right hand he has his discuss weapon, Sudarshan Chakra. In his lower left hand he has his Mace called Kaumodaki and in his upper left hand he has his Conch called Panchajanya Shankha.