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Multi Purpose Tortoise Stand for Temple
Multi Purpose Tortoise Stand for Temple
Specification
  • Product Code: 5591
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 3"H x 4.25"Diam.
Description

There are some spectacular carvings in the multipurpose tortoise stand that can be used in temple or household. Floral, animal motifs are carved with a deep passion for artistry. It can be used to serve the gods and goddesses with foods and other offerings. There is a deep sense of refinement and prolific accomplishment in the utensil that is a part and parcel of any religious rituals. It is shaped like a tortoise and is beautifully designed.

$40
Dancing Ganesha Ritual Spoon in Antique Finish 10.75"LDancing Ganesha Ritual Spoon in Antique Finish 10.75"L
Dancing Ganesha Ritual Spoon in Antique Finish 10.75"L
Specification
  • Product Code :5970
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :1.25"H x 10.75"L x 3.25"D
  • Weight :500 gm.
    Description
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    $61
    Dancing Lord Shiva Brass FigureDancing Lord Shiva Brass Figure
    Dancing Lord Shiva Brass Figure
    In this brass figure, Lord Shiva is carved out in a dancing posture with flawless designs and intricate carvings. His one leg is shown upright. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of order which leads to a new creation. He was the master of the craft and was said to have mastered all the nuances of dance. Here every part of the body is intricately designed and a sense of accomplishment is manifest here. As the master of dance, Lord Shiva is also known as Nataraj. Nataraja or Nataraj is a symbolic synthesis of the most important aspects of Hinduism, and the summary of the central tenets of this Vedic religion. It reflects his dynamism and the cosmic reflection.

    $160
    Shiva Gana Virabhadra - Brass Head Antique Finished 8.50"Shiva Gana Virabhadra - Brass Head Antique Finished 8.50"
    Shiva Gana Virabhadra - Brass Head Antique Finished 8.50"
    Specification
    • Product Code :B5204
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :8.50"H x 6.50"W x 6.10"D
    • Weight :3.770 kg.
      Description

      The beautiful brass figure of Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, is given a refine and detail touch with every part of the small and stout figure receiving minute treatment from the sculptor. The eyes of the Lord, his prominent moustache, forehead, ears, long ear rings –all are being treated with minute detail. His curly hair is also nicely carved. Lord Shiva is responsible for the destruction of creation. But it also has a positive aspect as the destruction of evil forces is the prelude to a new beginning.

      $195
      Abhaya Mudra God Vishnu Brass StatueAbhaya Mudra God Vishnu Brass Statue
      Abhaya Mudra God Vishnu Brass Statue
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      $135
      Geeta Updesh - Brass Wall HangingGeeta Updesh - Brass Wall Hanging
      Geeta Updesh - Brass Wall Hanging
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      $105
      Antique Finish Decorative Shivaling Contemporary SculptureAntique Finish Decorative Shivaling Contemporary Sculpture
      Antique Finish Decorative Shivaling Contemporary Sculpture
      Antique-finish-decorative Shivaling contemporary sculpture reveals a deep sense of religiosity and artistic excellence. Shivling is a key element for any devotee of Lord Shiva. A Shivling is the most sacred part in any temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. People pour water and milk on the Shivlinga. Shivlinga is widely worshipped during Shivratri as well. The term ‘Lingum’ in Sanskrit means, ‘symbol’. Shiva Lingum, therefore means symbol of Lord Shiva and is considered most sacred by the followers of Lord Shiva, one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism. Siva Linga has been worshipped in Hinduism since ages. Worship of Shiva Linga is regarded sacred and superior Shiva Mahapurana. This is because the form makes worship simple while maintaining the truth that God does not have any definite form.
      $95
      Meditating Dhyani Lord Shiva Antiquated Statue 7.75"Meditating Dhyani Lord Shiva Antiquated Statue 7.75"
      Meditating Dhyani Lord Shiva Antiquated Statue 7.75"
      Specification
      • Product Code :7844
      • Material :Brass
      • Size :7.75"H x 6.75"W x 2.50"D
      • Weight :1.270 Kg.
        Description
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        $125
        Mother Cow Feeding Her Baby Calf 8"Mother Cow Feeding Her Baby Calf 8"
        Mother Cow Feeding Her Baby Calf 8"
        Specification
        • Product Code :299
        • Material :Brass
        • Size :6.50"H x 8"w x 4.10"D
        • Weight :2.900 kg.
          Description
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          $150
          Folk Decorative Cloth 'The Lambadi Village'Folk Decorative Cloth 'The Lambadi Village'
          Folk Decorative Cloth 'The Lambadi Village'
          Specification
          • Product Code :4694
          • Material :Old lambadi cotton cloth and mirror
          • Size :56" x 36"
            Description

            A stunning piece of wall hanging with vibrant patches of rust & ocher enhanced with the red and yellow thread embroidery, the small and bold mirrors are neatly planted in an interesting manner and vivid cloth patches are assembled from the used pieces of mirror-speckled headdresses and skirts cloths worn by the 'Lambadi' women, Lambadi is a Banjara (gypsy) tribal community living on the hilly jungles of Andhra Pradesh in India. The Lambani women practice a unique mirror and embroidery craft, which they mostly use for making their own traditional dresses or for giving to their daughters for their weddings. There are 13 colors that are mostly used in Lambani embroidery, out of which; red and blue are most common.Each patch of cloth was collected and worn together very carefully, please note that some pieces of mirror may be broken and some are missing as these cloths are assembled on 'as is where is' basis.

            $140
            In Times of Siege
            In Times of Siege
            What makes a fanatic? A fundamentalist? What makes communities that have lived together for years suddenly discover a hatred for each other? New Delhi, in the year 2000. Staff meetings, lesson modules, a half-hearted little affair with a colleague—this is the bland but comfortable life of Shiv Murthy, a history teacher in an open university. But disruption and change are on their way—an outspoken young woman with a broken knee comes into his life and turns it upside-down; then Hindu zealots attack his writings on Basava, the reformer-poet. When fundamentalism lands on his own doorstep, Shiv discovers that the ideas he has inherited—about history, nations and patriots—are liable to shrink day by day. The time of siege is not exclusively Indian—prejudice speaks different languages but has the same destructive message: 'Only trust those of your kind' With love, lust and a perverted nationalism at his heels, Shiv is forced to confront the demands of his times and choose a direction for the future. But first, he must come to terms with his own incomplete past, his fears, and his obsession with a woman who will give him the strength he seeks.
            $20
            Antiquated Ganesha Folkart Statue in BrassAntiquated Ganesha Folkart Statue in Brass
            Antiquated Ganesha Folkart Statue in Brass
            Specification
            • Product Code :B6586
            • Material :Brass
            • Size :3.25"H x 2.35"W x 2.25"D
            • Weight :390 gm.
              Description

              The brass figure of antiquated Ganesha folk-art statue is nicely treated. There is a raw craving on it. Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Ganesha is one of the most widely worshipped deities in Hinduism. He is invoked first among all deities and is considered Lord of Lords. Lord Ganesha can be easily propitiated by offering sweets (laddoos). He is the Lord of Wisdom and the God of Good Luck. Worshipping the Lord helps us get rid of all evils and brings in good luck and fortune to the family.

              $42
              Elephant Riders - Folksrt Dhokra Lost Wax Casting SculptureElephant Riders - Folksrt Dhokra Lost Wax Casting Sculpture
              Elephant Riders - Folksrt Dhokra Lost Wax Casting Sculpture
              Specification
              • Product Code :B6494
              • Material :Brass
              • Size :8.25"H x 10.75"W x 4"D
              • Weight :1.750 kg.
                Description

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                $115
                Murlidhar Krishna Fine Statue in Antique Finish Old Look 8"Murlidhar Krishna Fine Statue in Antique Finish Old Look 8"
                Murlidhar Krishna Fine Statue in Antique Finish Old Look 8"
                Specification
                • Product Code :5967
                • Material :Brass
                • Size :8"H x 5.50"W x 1.75"D
                • Weight :1 Kg.
                  Description
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                  $79
                  Traditional Vishnu Lakshmi Statue in Old LookTraditional Vishnu Lakshmi Statue in Old Look
                  Traditional Vishnu Lakshmi Statue in Old Look
                  The beautiful brass figure of traditional Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi statue in old look is nicely carved. Lord Vishnu is the Preserver of the Universe and is one of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Brahma, who is responsible for the creation of the Universe; Lord Shiva, who is responsible for the destruction of evil forces. Goddess Lakshmi is the deity of wealth and prosperity and is the wife of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi are widely worshipped by the devotees. The goddess is invoked for prosperity and wealth at home
                  $120
                  Lord Vishnu with Consorts Brass Antique Finish StatueLord Vishnu with Consorts Brass Antique Finish Statue
                  Lord Vishnu with Consorts Brass Antique Finish Statue
                  The beautiful brass figure of Lord Vishnu along with His consorts is given a detail touch. Lord Vishnu is one the Trinity Gods and is responsible for the maintenance of the Universe. Lord Brahma is responsible for the creation of the Universe. Lord Vishnu is one of the most important gods in Hinduism and in order to keep the universe in order and to shield it against any impending catastrophe, He is said to take birth in different forms at different point of time. There are altogether ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu.
                  $65
                  Chenrezig Lokeshvara Brass Statue with Inlay 13.75"Chenrezig Lokeshvara Brass Statue with Inlay 13.75"
                  Chenrezig Lokeshvara Brass Statue with Inlay 13.75"
                  Specification
                  • Product Code :5938
                  • Material :Brass, Reconstituted Turquoise, Lapis lazuli and Coral
                  • Size :13.75"H x 11.50"W x 8.25"D
                  • Weight :6.720 Kg.
                    Description

                    The beautiful figure of Chenrezig Lokeshvara is nicely carved out of brass in a most intricate manner. Avalokiteśvara in Sanskrit, "Lord who looks down" and is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. This bodhisattva is variably depicted and described and is portrayed in different cultures as either female or male. In Chinese Buddhism, Avalokiteśvara has become the somewhat different female figure Guanyin. In Cambodia, he appears as Lokeśvara.

                    Chenrezig is known as the embodiment of the compassion of all the Buddhas, the Bodhisattva of Compassion in the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon of enlightened beings. Avalokiteshvara is the earthly manifestation of the self-born, eternal Buddha, Amitabha. He guards this world in the interval between the historical Sakyamuni Buddha, and the next Buddha of the Future Maitreya.

                    Legends say that once Chenrezig made a vow that he would not rest until he had liberated all the beings in all the realms of suffering. After working diligently at this task for a very long time, he realized the immense number of miserable beings yet to be saved. Seeing this, he became despondent and his head split into thousands of pieces. Amitabha Buddha put the pieces back together as a body with very many arms and many heads, so that Chenrezig could work with myriad beings all at the same time. Sometimes Chenrezig is visualized with eleven heads, and a thousand arms fanned out around him.

                    Chenrezig is known by different names in different lands: as Avalokiteshvara in the ancient Sanskrit language of India, as Kuan-yin in China, as Kannon in Japan. As Chenrezig, he is considered the patron Bodhisattva of Tibet, and his meditation is practiced in all the great lineages of Tibetan Buddhism. The beloved king Songtsen Gampo was believed to be an emanation of Chenrezig, and some of the most respected meditation masters (lamas), like the Dalai Lamas and Karmapas, who are considered living Buddhas, are also believed to be emanations of Chenrezig.

                    $390
                    Six Armed Dancing Lord Ganesha Brass SculptureSix Armed Dancing Lord Ganesha Brass Sculpture
                    Six Armed Dancing Lord Ganesha Brass Sculpture
                    The Remover of Obstacles is here given a royal touch. He is known as the sought after Ganapati as he helps his devotees to attain moksha through spiritual studies. He has four hands bearing the japa beads mala, broken tusk, a pot of precious gems and axe. As Kshipra Ganapati, he is also known as Ganapati who is easy to appease and gives quick reward to the devotees. He is depicted to have a broken tusk and four hands holding a noose, goad and a sprig of the kalpavriksha (wish-fulfilling) tree. In His uplifted trunk He holds a tiny pot of precious jewels which is considered as a symbol of the prosperity he can bestow upon followers
                    $270
                    Lord Kartikeya Brass Murti 15.50"Lord Kartikeya Brass Murti 15.50"
                    Lord Kartikeya Brass Murti 15.50"
                    Specification
                    • Product Code :5933
                    • Material :Brass
                    • Size :15.50" x 5.75"W x 5.50"D
                    • Weight :5.600 Kg.
                      Description

                      Here the brass figure of Lord Kartikeya is given a refine and intricate touch with a high degree of finesse. Kartikeya, the second son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati or Shakti, is an embodiment of perfection, a brave leader of god's forces, and a war god, who was created to destroy the demons, representing the negative tendencies in human beings. Kartikeya has six heads that correspond to the five senses and the mind. The six heads also stand for his virtues enables him to see in all the directions - an important attribute that ensures that he counters all kinds of blows that can hit him. He has six heads. It shows that if humans wish to lead themselves efficiently through the battle of life, they must always be alert lest they are shown the wrong path by crafty people with the six demonic vices: kaama (sex), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (passion), mada (ego) and matsarya (jealousy).

                      Kartikeya carries on one hand a spear and his other hand is always blessing devotees. His vehicle is a peacock, a pious bird that grips with its feet a serpent, which symbolizes the ego and desires of people. The peacock represents the destroyer of harmful habits and the conqueror of sensual desires.

                      $280
                      Standing Four Armed God Vishnu Brass SculptureStanding Four Armed God Vishnu Brass Sculpture
                      Standing Four Armed God Vishnu Brass Sculpture
                      The standing brass figure of Lord Vishnu is nicely designed and a delicate touch makes the figure even more beautiful. The surroundings are smartly carved out with huge railings. His headgear, body all are finely carved out. Vishnu is part of the Hindu Triad (Trimurti) Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu and represents the aspect of Supreme Reality that pervades and sustains the created universe symbolized by Ohm. Vishnu is preserver of the universe and the embodiment of goodness and mercy; of compassion.

                      The name Vishnu means 'one who pervades'; 'one who has entered into everything.' His consort is Lakshmi, the goddess of beauty and fortune.

                      Lord Vishnu has four arms indicating His omnipresence and omnipotence. In his right hand he holds the discus, symbol of the cosmic mind and reminder of the wheel of time. His lower right hand holds the conch (sankh), symbol of the sound Ohm origin of existence. The sounds created from the conch is associated with the sound from the creation of the universe. In his other hand, Lord Vishnu holds the bow which is called shranga, the symbol of casual power of illusion from which arises the universe. In his upper left hand, he holds a lotus (padma), the symbol for the moving universe and the symbol of all things that are good (eternity, prosperity, and purity). His lower left hand holds the mace (gada), the symbol of the notion of individual existence. The icons on his body also attruibutes to the greatness of the deity. An example of this is the armlets he wears. These represent the three aims of life; pleasure, success, and righteousness. The other example is the earring shaped like monsters. They represent the two methods of knowledge: the intellectual knowledge and the intuitive perception.
                      $270

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