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"Cosmic Casanova" Lord Krishna - Stone Statuette"Cosmic Casanova" Lord Krishna - Stone Statuette
"Cosmic Casanova" Lord Krishna - Stone Statuette
Specification:
  • Product Code: 3092
  • Material: Soft Stone of Orissa
  • Size: 13" x 6" x 3"
Description:

The beautiful stone figure of Lord Krishna is given a refine and detail touch. There are some exquisite designs on the figure. The Lord of Love is playing His flute creating an immortal tune that ages ago mesmerised hundreds of gopis in Gokul. The Lord is in crossed leg. The immortal love story between Lord Krishna and Radha inspired millions of people for centuries. The Lord is also wearing some nice drapery and a prolific headgear.

$195
"Cowherd Krishna" Brass Sculpture"Cowherd Krishna" Brass Sculpture
"Cowherd Krishna" Brass Sculpture
Specification:
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 13"H x 7"W x 3.25"D
  • Weight: 4.500 kg.
Description:

A great deal of refinement in execution, the precision of a surgeon in completion is manifest in the spectacular brass figure. The crossed-leg figure of Lord Krishna playing His flute is given a refine treatment with some exquisite carvings. A greater degree of refinement in treatment, dazzling ornaments, flawless carving make the beautiful piece a treasure trove for ever art connoisseur. He is wearing some spectacular ornaments and beautiful dresses. The Lord Krishna is playing His flute standing on a podium that contains carvings of a Radha and four cows. Whereas the upper part of the figure is plain, the lower part is adorned with refine clothes and ornaments. Lord Krishna is one of the most popular gods in Hinduism and is widely worshiped. There are some beautiful floral carvings on the figure.

$165
"Dancing Lady" Apsara The Nymph Antiquated Brass Statue"Dancing Lady" Apsara The Nymph Antiquated Brass Statue
"Dancing Lady" Apsara The Nymph Antiquated Brass Statue
Specification:
  • Product Code :B2944
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 9.10"H x 4.30"W x 3.50"D
  • Weight: 1.799 kg.
Description:

A precision of a surgeon, perfection in its completion is manifest in the spectacular brass statue that antiquated statue lady in dancing posture. The lady is beautifully adorned and she is wearing some sparkling ornaments. The beautiful, Apsara (nymph) has been delicately designed out of wood by the sculptor retaining all the details of beauty and aesthetic charm of the nymph. This beautiful and sensuous figure of Apsara is inspired by temple carvings of Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh. A nymph in the kingdom of the Hindu deities, an Apsara seduces with her dance. The artist has sculpted this replica with exceptional detail, faithful to the original.

$95
"Dancing Vinayaka" Kalamkari Painting"Dancing Vinayaka" Kalamkari Painting
"Dancing Vinayaka" Kalamkari Painting
Specification:
  • Product Code :2600
  • Material :Cotton cloth
  • Size :37" x 23"
Description:

The spectacular Kalamkari painting depicts the Lord of Wisdom, Ganesha is a most prolific manner. The Lord of Wisdom is being painted blue and He is wearing some spectacular drapery. Even His vehicle mouse is also given a nice treatment. The effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a spectacular effect in the painting. Centred on Kalahasti region of Andhra Pradesh, this type of painting is characterized by strong colour pattern and lines. A kalamkari artist has should have a sound knowledge of colours and patterns.

$40
"Dasavatara" Incarnations of Vishnu - Kalamkari Painting"Dasavatara" Incarnations of Vishnu - Kalamkari Painting
"Dasavatara" Incarnations of Vishnu - Kalamkari Painting
Specification
    • Product Code : 3532
    • Material: 70" x 22"
    • Size: Vegetable and natural dyes
    • Weight: 150 gm.
    Description:

    This beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, who is responsible for the preservation of the Universe. Strong colour patterns and lines are manifest in this fine Kalamkari painting. Vegetable and natural dyes are used as no chemical colours or additives are applied in the painting. The puranas speak of the ten avataars of Vishnu. These incarnations detail the divine help given by Vishnu during various stages of human evolution, by appearing on earth in different forms. These avatars are said to demonstrate that divinity re-establishes Dharma or righteousness and destroys injustice from time to time, by appearing on earth in various incarnations. The ten avataras are Matsyavatara (fish), Kurma (tortoise), Varaaha (boar), Narasimha (the man lion), Vaamana (the dwarf), Parasurama (the angry man), Rama (the perfect human), Balarama and Krishna (the divine statesman). The 10th avatar which is yet to appear is Kalki. Devotees believe that at the end of the current epoch, there will be a deluge when Kalki - the tenth and the last incarnation of Lord Vishnu, will come riding on horse to redeem humankind and re-establish righteousness.

    $70
    "Devi Lakshmi" - Kalamkari Painting"Devi Lakshmi" - Kalamkari Painting
    "Devi Lakshmi" - Kalamkari Painting
    Specification:
    • Size: 45" x 32"
    • Material: Cotton Cloth
    • Colors: Vegetable and natural dyes
    • Available Unframed
    Description:

    A great deal of gracefulness and rich feminine beauty is manifest in the beautiful Kalamkari painting that depicts "Goddess of Ashwarya" the goddess of wealth and prosperity seated on a lotus, the symbol of purity. The spectacular painting has some exquisite designs on it and the beautiful pattern of colours add some sparks to the work. Centred on Kalahasti region of Andhra Pradesh, this type of painting is characterized by strong colour pattern and lines.

    $75
    "Devi Lakshmi" Goddess of Wealth - Wood Sculpture"Devi Lakshmi" Goddess of Wealth - Wood Sculpture
    "Devi Lakshmi" Goddess of Wealth - Wood Sculpture
    Specifiaction:
    • Size: 18"H x 10.50"W x 4"D
    • Weight: 3.50 kg.
    • Material: Albizzia lebbeck wood, enamel paint
    Description:

    The spectacular wooden figure of Lakshmi, the wife of Lord Vishnu, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduis, is given a spectacular treatment with some fine designs on it. She is the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity and is one of the most widely worshiped goddesses in Hinduism. It is believed that worshiping the goddess gives us wealth and prosperity. The richly ornate figure is an epitome of excellent craftsmanship. She is wearing some beautiful ornaments and drapery. The beautiful stone figure of the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity is given a refine and detail treatment with some spectacular designs and carvings. The Goddess is seated on lotus, a symbol of purity, and is holding lotus on her two hands. The Goddess is shown here blessing with two hands. The figure is nicely decorated with color and jewelries. A deep sense of aesthetic beauty is manifest. Her feminine aspect is often identified with a gracious lady. A Lakshmi woman is one who brings fortune to the family.

    $195
    "Devi Luxmi" Goddess of Prosperity - Brass Sculpture"Devi Luxmi" Goddess of Prosperity - Brass Sculpture
    "Devi Luxmi" Goddess of Prosperity - Brass Sculpture
    Specification
    • Product Code : 3169
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :11" x 4.75" x 4"
    • Weight :2.00 kg.
      Description

      The Goddess of prosperity and the wife of Lord Vishnu, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, is given a dazzling treatment in the spectacular brass figure. The Goddess is holding lotuses on her two hands and with her two empty hands, the Goddess of wealth is blessing her disciples. Worshipping the God gives us wealth and prosperity. The Goddess is standing tall and a sense of sensuality and feminine beauty is manifest here. The goddess is wearing some highly ornate clothes and deep sense of feminine beauty and sensuality is manifest in the figure.

      $110
      "Devi Saraswati" Seated on Swan - Kalamkari Painting"Devi Saraswati" Seated on Swan - Kalamkari Painting
      "Devi Saraswati" Seated on Swan - Kalamkari Painting
      Specification
      • Product Code :2997
      • Material :Cotton Cloth
      • Size :46" x 38"
      Description

      The deep sense of colour and beauty is manifest in the beautiful Kalamkari painting that depicts the goddess of music and art, Saraswati. The goddess is playing her Veena and is seated on a swan. The gracefulness and deep feminine nature of the Goddess is manifest in the beautiful painting. One of the most popular goddesses in Hinduism, she is worshipped both by the musicians and students.

      $79
      "Dharmakshetre Kurukshetre" Kalamkari Painting"Dharmakshetre Kurukshetre" Kalamkari Painting
      "Dharmakshetre Kurukshetre" Kalamkari Painting
      Specification
      • Product Code :3537
      • Material : Cotton Cloth
      • Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
      • Size :74" x 46"
      Description:

      The beautiful Kalamkari painting exalts the great legacy of this genre of painting centred around Andhra Pradesh in Central India. The painting depicts the great Kurukshetra battle fought between dharma and evil forces. It was fought between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Lord Krishna was helping his friend Arjuna in the battle that led to the triumph of the Pandavas. An ancient and exquisite art work of painted and printed fabrics, Kalamkari literally means pen work. This art form is hand painted and block printed with the use of vegetable dyes. With a glorious history of more than 3000 years, this Indian art has evolved over time and and this legacy has been handed down from generation to generation. A kalamkari painting goes through a vigorous process of resist dyeing and hand printing. Kalamkari painting goes through a lot of treatment before and after the painting is done on the fabric. The colours change depending on the treatment of cloth and quality of the mordant. Every step in the process is painstakingly done and with perfection. Kalamkari paintings have a flourishing market in and outside of India. The kalamkari art for sale is available in leading exhibitions that showcase and promote Indian handicrafts.

      $175
      "Durga" The Powerful Mother Goddess - Brass Statue"Durga" The Powerful Mother Goddess - Brass Statue
      "Durga" The Powerful Mother Goddess - Brass Statue
      Specification:
      • Product Code :2758
      • Material: Brass
      • Size: 6"H x 4.25"W x 2.75"D
      • Weight: 750 gm.
      Description:

      Goddess Durga is the goddess of power. Union of divine power of all gods and goddesses gave rise to the birth of Durga to kill the symbol of evil force – Mahishasur. In all her eight hands she is carrying weapons given to her by all other gods and goddesses to fight with Mahisasura. In this statue she is killing Mahisasura symbolizing the defeat of evil forces by divine energy.

      $65
      "Durja" Invincible Lord Ganesha - Batik Painting
      "Durja" Invincible Lord Ganesha - Batik Painting
      Specification
      • Product Code: 4188
      • Material: Cotton
      • Size: 29" H x 22" W
      • Available Unframed
      Description

      Lord Ganesha is given a royal touch by the painter here with a deep sense of accomplishment and gracefulness. The Lord Ganesha is also known as Durja or invincible as he couldn’t be defeated in any battle. One of the most popular gods inHinduism, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before beginning any puja. He is invincible and Remover of Obstacles. The term Batik is derived from the word “Ambatik” meaning clothes with many dots. The term batik refers to the wax-resist dyeing technique used in textiles. This technique is more than 1000 years old. In this technique of painting, certain parts of the cloth are covered with a dye resistant substance like wax to stop them from absorbing the dyes and thereby they give shape to specific patterns. As these patterns are drawn on the clothes and are not weaved, the painter or artist has more room for to express his creativity. Such paintings are also more durable. Religious themes as well as abstract patterns are portrayed in these paintings. Batik paintings of Orissa, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu are quite famous.

      $22
      "Ek Omkar" Religious Symbol of Sikhs
      "Ek Omkar" Religious Symbol of Sikhs
      Specification

      • Product Code: 3512
      • Material: Metal
      • Size: 5" H x 3" W

      Description

       

      In this holy symbol, metal alloy is nicely used with golden finish and crystal stones embellish reflecting a resplendent texture.


      The holy symbol is given a refine touch with a deep sense of finesse. Ek Onkar is a holy symbol. This means one God and is a central tenet of Sikh religious philosophy. It is also a symbol of the unity of God in Sikhism, and is found on all religious scriptures and places such as Gurdwaras.


      Ek Onkar is the first phrase in the Mul Mantra of the Sikkhism meaning "there is only one God;" Ek Onkar is found in the Gurmukhi script and is consequently also part of the Sikh morning prayer, Japji Sahib. Ek Omkar is a combination of two characters: the numeral Ek (one) and the first letter of the word Onkar (God), which is also the first letter of the Gurmukh script with a specially adapted vowel symbol, and is derived from Sanskrit.


      The phrase's monotheistic quality is further clarified by Guru Nanak in his composition (Guru Nanak, Guru Granth Sahib: "From Ongkaar, the One Universal Creator God, Brahma was created."


      He means that Onkar is that which created Brahma and therefore preceded Brahma.

      $31
      "Eternity looked out from her on Time" : A Pictorial Album
      "Eternity looked out from her on Time" : A Pictorial Album
      SPECIFICATION:
      • Publisher : Sri Aurobindo Ashram
      • By : Photographs of the Mother and texts from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother
      • Cover : Paperback
      • Language : English
      • Edition : 2015
      • Pages : 91
      • ASIN: B01M7SAVY7
      DESCRIPTION:

      Issued on the occasion of the centenary of the Mother’s arrival in Pondicherry in 1914, this album presents 120 selected photographs from the Mother’s life, many accompanied by texts from Sri Aurobindo or the Mother. Photos from her childhood and early years in Paris as well as a number from her stay in Japan precede the more numerable ones from her life in the Ashram. The Preface provides a brief introduction and creates an ambience for experiencing the Mother’s presence through these photographs.

      More than 250 black-and-white photographs have been selected and arranged with a focus on one particular element: the powerful vibration that is radiated by the Mother's physical appearance. Most are original pictures presented without touching up or repairing any defects; they are arranged without chronology or theme or identifying remarks so that the reader is left solely to experience the depth and dramatic power of the photographs. At the back of the book the pictures are reproduced in smaller size with dates and some brief comments. The book is printed on art paper.

      $32
      "Fiery Glow" Stone Stud Earrings for Womens"Fiery Glow" Stone Stud Earrings for Womens
      "Fiery Glow" Stone Stud Earrings for Womens
      Specification
      • Product Code :JW7231
      • Material :Metal
      • Size :1.75"L
      • Weight :14 gm.
      Description

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      $11
      "For Peace" Lilac Amethyst Japa Mala"For Peace" Lilac Amethyst Japa Mala
      "For Peace" Lilac Amethyst Japa Mala
      Specification
      • Product Code :3329
      • Material :Amethyst quartz
      • Size :30"L
          Description

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          $40
          "Gajkarna Lord Vinayak" Brass Sculpture"Gajkarna Lord Vinayak" Brass Sculpture
          "Gajkarna Lord Vinayak" Brass Sculpture
          Specification

          • Product Code: 3803
          • Material: Brass
          • Size: 3.500 Kg.
          • Available Unframed
          Description

           

          Lord Vinayak, the Elephant God, is one of the most revered gods in Hinduism and is worshipped at the beginning of any ritual in Hinduism. The beautiful image of the Lord is given a detail and refine treatment with some dazzling carvings on it. Gaja Karna Vinayak is given his devotees all happiness and prosterity.

          $180
          "Ganesha Conch" Fine Brass Statue"Ganesha Conch" Fine Brass Statue
          "Ganesha Conch" Fine Brass Statue
          Specification

           

          • Product Code: 4016
          • Material: Brass
          • Size: 8.50"H x 4.25"W
          • Weight: 1.90 kg.
          Description

           

          The beautiful brass conch depicts images of Lord Ganesha all around and the fine carvings give the conch a more aesthetic touch. Apart from Lord Ganesha's carvings the beautiful conch also contains some floral depictions. Lord Ganesha is one of the most adorable gods in Hinduism and he is worshipped first among all gods and the Lord is known by as many as 108 names. The Lord is called by so many names as He contains so many attributes. Thus he is known as Chaturbhuj (who has four arms), Lambodara (the huge bellied Lord), Vinayaka (lord of All), Vighneswara (Lord of All Obstacles) etc.

          $120
          "Ganesha Loves Modak" Stone Statue"Ganesha Loves Modak" Stone Statue
          "Ganesha Loves Modak" Stone Statue
          Specification

           

          • Product Code: 3189
          • Material: Soft Stone of Orissa
          • Size: 5.50"H x 3"W
          Description

           

          The spectacular stone figure of Lord Ganesha is given a refine and detail treatment with some beautiful carvings. Here lord Ganesh is shown with sweets as the Lord is extremely fond of sweets. He may be easily propitiated by offering sweets.


          Lord Ganesha is one of the most prominent deities in Hinduism. Ganesha has the unique distinction that his name is always invoked before any other God's name in any prayer service. Legend has it that Lord Ganesha received this distinction as a blessing from his parents, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesha is designated as the chief (-eesha) of all of Lord Shiva's ganas (servers) - hence his name, Ganesha.

          $65
          "Ganesha with Riddhi & Siddhi" Brass Sculpture"Ganesha with Riddhi & Siddhi" Brass Sculpture
          "Ganesha with Riddhi & Siddhi" Brass Sculpture
          Specification

           

          • Product Code: 4029
          • Material: Brass
          • Size: 7.50"H x 8.50"W
          • Weight: 2.900 Kg
          Description

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          $190
          "Ganesha" The Mouse Rider - Wooden Statue"Ganesha" The Mouse Rider - Wooden Statue
          "Ganesha" The Mouse Rider - Wooden Statue
          Specification
          • Product Code :2374
          • Material :Albizzia lebbeck wood ( closely resembles teak wood )
          • Size :30"
          • Weight :15 kg.
            Description
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            $295
            "Ganesha, Lakshmi and Saraswati" Kalamkari Painting"Ganesha, Lakshmi and Saraswati" Kalamkari Painting
            "Ganesha, Lakshmi and Saraswati" Kalamkari Painting
            Specification

              Product Code :2996
              Material : Cotton Cloth
              Color: Vegetable and natural dyes
              Size :36" x 46"


                Description

                 

                The exquisite Kalamkari painting depicts the "Lord of Wisdom" a top and the "Goddess of Wealth Lakshmi" and the "Goddess of Learning Saraswati" below Him with some sparkling designs and lines. The God and the two goddesses are sitting on lotuses and theay are seated cross-legged. Lord Ganesha is worshipped before undertaking any journey and he is called Agra Ganya. Both Saraswati and Lakshmi occupy important places in Indian pantheon.

                $75
                "Gauri Putra Lord Vinayak" Lapis Lazuli Statue 2.75""Gauri Putra Lord Vinayak" Lapis Lazuli Statue 2.75"
                "Gauri Putra Lord Vinayak" Lapis Lazuli Statue 2.75"
                Specification
                • Product Code :B3632
                • Material :Lapis Lazuli Statue
                • Size :2.75"H x 2"W x 1.40"
                • Weight :203 gm.
                  Description
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                  $65
                  "God of Good Luck" Lord Ganesh - Gemstone Statue
                  "God of Good Luck" Lord Ganesh - Gemstone Statue
                  Specification

                    Product Code :3624
                    Material : Green aventurine stone, 22k gold leaf painting
                    Weight: 177 gms.
                    Size :36" x 46"


                      Description

                       

                      $62

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