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Maharshi Patanjali - Brass StatuetteMaharshi Patanjali - Brass Statuette
Maharshi Patanjali - Brass Statuette
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  • Product Code: 1181
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 5.10"H x 3.25"W x 2"D
  • Weight: 700 gm.
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    The artist has chiseled Patañjali, the compiler of the Yoga Sutra, a major work containing aphorisms on the practical and philosophical wisdom regarding practice of Raja Yoga, out of metal brass with masterly elegance. Patañjali is the reputed author of the Yoga Sutra, as well as commentary on Panini's Sanskrit grammar (Astyadhyayi). There are also many ayurvedic texts attributed to him. Desirous of teaching yoga to the world, he is said to have fallen (pat) from heaven into the open palms (anjali) of a woman, hence the name Patanjali. The Yoga Sutra is a treatise on Raja Yoga, built on the Samkhya School and the Hindu scripture of the Bhagavad Gita. Yoga is also found in the Puranas, Vedas and Upanishads. Still, this work is certainly a major work among the great Hindu scriptures and certainly is the basis of Raja Yoga. Patañjali's Yoga is one of the six schools of Hindu Philosophy. They give us the earliest reference to the popular term Ashtanga Yoga that translates literally as the eight limbs of yoga. They are yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samadhi.

    $49
    Guru Patanjali Brass IdolGuru Patanjali Brass Idol
    Guru Patanjali Brass Idol
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    • Product Code :9067
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :6.75"H x 4.75"W x 2.50"D
    • Weight :1.900 kg.
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    $99
    Guru Patanjali
    Guru Patanjali
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    $70
    Maharshi Patanjali 8.25"
    Maharshi Patanjali 8.25"
    Specification
    • Product Code :5556
    • Material :Pink soft stone of Orissa, Special Note : Not in a single piece of stone
    • Size :8.25"H x 5.25"W x 2.25"D
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      $70
      Yoga Guru Patanjali
      Yoga Guru Patanjali
      In this small figure of Yogaguru Patanjali, Orissa soft stone is used giving it a nice touch. It is not in a single piece of stone. As a number of stones are put together to create the figure. Patanjali, the great yoga acharya is also believed to be an incarnation of Adishesa, who is the first ego-expansion of Vishnu, the manifestation of Vishnu. His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyūha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus may Patañjali be considered as the one incarnation of God defending the ego of yoga. Patanjali is the compiler of the Yoga Sutras, a major work containing articles on the philosophical aspects of mind and consciousness. He is also the author of a major commentary on Panini's Ashtadhyayi. Yoga Sutra has of late become quite popular across the globe for the precepts regarding practice of Raja Yoga and its philosophical basis. "Yoga" in traditional Hinduism involves inner contemplation, a rigorous system of meditation practice, ethics, metaphysics, and devotion to the one common soul, God, or Brahman. He was a great Natya dancer and is revered by the exponents of classical Indian dance as their patron saint.
      $90
      Sage Patanjali Maharaj
      Sage Patanjali Maharaj
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      $81
      Yoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali Brass Statue the Founder of Yoga System (10 inches Height)Yoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali Brass Statue the Founder of Yoga System (10 inches Height)
      Yoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali Brass Statue the Founder of Yoga System (10 inches Height)
      Specification
        • Product Code :14167
        • Material :Brass
        • Size : 10"H x 3.25"W x 2.25"D
        • Weight : 2.300 kg.
                          Description:

                          Patanjali, is the original founder of the Yoga Sutras, which has been universally acknowledged as the fundamental text on yoga and meditation in the Indian classical tradition. He is also the sage regarded in the opening prayer of Ashtanga Yoga.

                          We bring to you brass metal statues and sculptures of gods and goddesses from Hinduism and Buddhism religions. Starting from small size statuette of 2 inches that can sit on the dashboard of your car, and going up to 2 feet and above murti or idol that you can place in your home temple or mandir for offering prayers or performing Puja and aarti. Get your Isht Dev statue - Ganesh, Shiva Lingam Nataraja, Hanuman, Balajee, Shani, Sai, Kuber, Lakshmi, Saraswati, Durga, Mansa Devi, Dhanwantari, Tridev Brahma Vishnu Mahesh, Murugan, Kartikeya, Nandi bull, Santoshi Mata, Patanjali, Navagraha, Kali,Tara Buddha, Fengshui, Turtle, Cow, Elephant, Horse, Peacock, and many more. You would also find here pooja items like diyas, urulis, singing bowls, as well as figurines of different animals and birds that are symbolic vahanas of different deities, devi and devata. Great for your home decor the Hindu way! These are also appropriate and much appreciated Indian gifts on different occasions like wedding, house warming, holi, diwali, or bridal showers. Artisans of Muradabad have assiduously carved these statues from brass metal using sand casting techniques.

                            Dimension :Height 10 Inch , Length 3.25 inch , Width 2.25 inches : Weight : 2.300 kg.

                            Care instruction : Clean with a dry & soft cloth

                            $130
                            Lord Shiv Shankar Seated on Nandi BullLord Shiv Shankar Seated on Nandi Bull
                            Lord Shiv Shankar Seated on Nandi Bull
                            Specification
                            • Product Code :B6127
                            • Material :Brass
                            • Size :3.50"H x 3"W x 2"D
                            • Weight :420 gm.
                              Description

                              Here one of the Trinity Gods, Lord Shiva is shown seated on Nandi Bull, his vehicle. Lord Shiva is one of the most powerful deities and is responsible for the destruction of the universe. But this destruction became necessary as it is the prelude to a new beginning. He is the Supreme Consciousness that illuminates the three states of waking, dreaming and deep sleep. Offering the threefold bilva leaves to the Shivalinga heralds the return to a level of consciousness beyond the three states, which is the fourth state, turiya. The dawning of that state is consonant with the awakening of the individual.
                              Shiva is believed to be at the core of the centrifugal force of the universe, because of his responsibility for death and destruction. Lord Shiva is the dissolving force in life. But Shiva dissolves in order to create, since death is the medium for rebirth into a new life. So the opposites of life and death and creation and destruction both reside in his character.
                              Nandi is the name for the bull which serves as the mount of Lord Shiva and as the gatekeeper of Shiva and Parvati. He is the chief guru of eighteen masters (18 Siddhar) including Patanjali and Thirumular. Temples venerating Shiva display stone images of a seated Nandi, generally facing the main shrine. There are also a number of temples dedicated solely to Nandi.
                              Shivratri is the night when he is said to have performed the Tandava Nritya or the dance of primordial creation, preservation and destruction. The festival is observed for one day and one night only. This fact is said to have been declared by Lord Shiva himself, when his consort Parvati asked him as to which ritual performed by his devotees pleases him the most.
                              The 14th shloka of Shivmahimna Stotra says: "O three eyed Lord, when the poison came up through the churning of the ocean by the gods and demons, they were all aghast with fear as if the untimely end of all creation was imminent. In your kindness, you drank all the poison that still makes your throat blue. O Lord, even this blue mark does but increases your glory. What is apparently a blemish becomes an ornament in one intent on ridding the world of fear."

                              $45
                              Patanjali Statue in Golden Brown Color FinishPatanjali Statue in Golden Brown Color Finish
                              Patanjali Statue in Golden Brown Color Finish
                              The Brass figure of Patanjali is nicely treated with minute detail. Patanjali, the great yoga guru is also believed to be an incarnation of Adishesa, the first ego-expansion of Lord Vishnu. His primeval energies and opulence, is part of the so-called catur vyūha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus Patañjali may also be considered one incarnation of God defending the ego of yoga. Patanjali is the compiler of the Yoga Sutras, a major work containing articles on the philosophical aspects of mind and consciousness. He is also the author of a major commentary on Panini's Ashtadhyayi. "Yoga" in traditional Hinduism involves inner contemplation, a rigorous system of meditation practice, ethics, metaphysics, and devotion to the one common soul, God, or Brahman. He was also a great Natya dancer and is revered by the exponents of classical Indian dance as their patron saint.
                              $95
                              Yoga Statue of Guru Patanjali - Stone StatueYoga Statue of Guru Patanjali - Stone Statue
                              Yoga Statue of Guru Patanjali - Stone Statue

                              The beautiful stone figure depicts Patanjali as the Adishesha. Patanjali, apart from being the Yogacharya, is also known as the Adishesha, which can be understand as "the primordial snake" or the primordial form of Lord Vishnu.


                              In Hindu mythology Adishesha, sometimes also known as "Ananta" (The Endless One), is the thousand-headed ruler of the Nagas, the serpent race that is thought to guard the hidden treasures of the earth. Since yogic knowledge is the ultimate the secret treasure, many yogins still bow to Adishesha before beginning their daily yoga practice. "Salutation to the king of the Nagas, to the infinite, to the bearer of the mandala, who spreads out this universe with thousands of hooded heads, set with blazing, effulgent jewels."


                              Here the body of patanjali is shown as being coiled to form an expansive comfortable couch on which the god Vishnu rests and reclines during the intervals of creation. The serpent's thousand heads symbolize infinity or omnipresence. These heads reach up and out like a protective canopy or umbrella over Vishnu and on that "umbrella" rests our earth.


                              The snake's body is soft and gentle enough to serve as a couch for a god and at the same time, firm and steady enough to support the whole earth. We endeavor to bring both of these same qualities to our asana practice : softness, comfort and ease(sukha) must be balanced with firmness, strength and steadiness of effort (sthira).

                              $140
                              Enlightened Soul Guru PatanjaliEnlightened Soul Guru Patanjali
                              Enlightened Soul Guru Patanjali

                              The serpentine image of Patañjali has been beautifully carved out of stone by the sculptor. He is shown as an incarnation of Adi S'esha, Ananta, (endless one), the first ego-expansion of Vishnu. His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyuha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. He is seated on his serpent, Adisesa. (Adisesa is in fact one of the many incarnations of Vishnu).



                              There is an anecdote about the birth of Patanjali. While seated on his serpent carriage Vishnu was enraptured by the dancing of Lord Siva. Vishnu was so affected that his body began to vibrate causing him to pound down heavily on Adisesa, who consequently suffered great discomfort. When the dance ended the weight was instantaneously lifted. When Adisesa expressed his desire to personally learn the dance so that he could perform the same for the pleasure of the God, Vishnu was impressed and predicted to Adisesa that one day Lord Siva would bless him and he would be incarnated so that he could both shower humanity with blessings and fulfill his own desire to master dance.


                              On the other hand, a virtuous woman named Gonika , who was totally devoted to Yoga and Lord Shiva, the father of yoga, was seeking for someone to be a worthy son to her who could inherit her knowledge of yoga. When she couldn’t find any suitable one, she prostrated before the Sun. She scooped up the only gift she could find -- a handful of water -- and beseeched him to bestow her with a son. She then meditated upon the Sun and prepared herself to present her simple but sincere offering. On seeing all this Adisesa -- the bearer of Vishnu -- knew that he had found the mother he was looking for. Just as Gonika was about to offer her handful of water to the Sun, she glanced down at her hands and was astonished to see a tiny serpent moving in her hands. She was even more astonished when, within a few moments, that serpent had assumed a human formby order of Shiva. Adisesa, who it was, in his turn prostrated before Gonika and pleaded with her to accept him as her son.



                              Thus Patanjali is believed to be an incarnation of Adisesa and the stone figure depicts Patanjali in the Caturvyuha form.

                              $270
                              Yoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali - Brass StatuetteYoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali - Brass Statuette
                              Yoga Guru Maharishi Patanjali - Brass Statuette

                              The beautiful brass figure of Maharshi Patanjali is given a detail and refine treatment.
                              Patañjali is known to be an incarnation of Adi S'esha who is the first ego-expansion of Vishnu, Sankarshana. Sankarshana, the manifestation of Vishnu His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyuha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus may Patañjali be considered as the one incarnation of God defending the ego of yoga.
                              There is an interesting story about his birth.
                              There was a great Yogini called Gonika, who was praying for a worthy son to transmit her knowledge. Patanjali, as a tiny snake, fell from the heavens into her palms as her reward. So he came to be known as Patanjali. 'Pata' means to fall and 'Anjali' is hands cupped in prayer.
                              Yoga Sutra is also credited to Patanjali. He is always depicted as a four-armed man up to the waist, after which his body becomes a great serpentine triple coil. The triple coil of the body represents the dormant Kundalini Shakti, the primal energy of creation. Two hands in the rear, symbolizing spiritual attributes, hold up the emblems of Vishnu, the conch and the discus. His front hands are folded in Anjali mudra more commonly known as the Namaste, India's ancient and powerful spiritual greeting. The serpent hoods forming a royal umbrella over his head are normally seven in number, signifying his transcendence of the Five Elements and the achievement of Enlightenment and Liberation. The snake rises along the back of the spine as the Kundalini energy does when it is activated. When the Kundalini reaches the chakra above the head in the etheric body, full Enlightenment and Liberation is achieved.

                              $115
                              Incarnation of Adishesha - Guru Patanjali StatuetteIncarnation of Adishesha - Guru Patanjali Statuette
                              Incarnation of Adishesha - Guru Patanjali Statuette

                              The beautiful stone figure of Lord Patanjali is given a refine and detail treatment with some exquisite carvings on it. Lord Patanjali, who is considered an incarnation of Adishesha, is shown praying with His folded hands. The serpentine coils around His head and the beautiful headgear are given some exquisite treatment. Patañjali is known to be an incarnation of Adi S'esha who is the first ego-expansion of Vishnu or Sankarshana. Sankarshana, the manifestation of Vishnu His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyuha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus may Patañjali be considered as the one incarnation of God defending the ego of yoga.

                              $110
                              The Guru of Yoga - Stone StatueThe Guru of Yoga - Stone Statue
                              The Guru of Yoga - Stone Statue

                              The beautiful stone figure of the Guru of Yoga Patanjali is given a refine and detail treatment with the Lord being carved out with folded hands. A sense of gracefulness and accomplishment is manifest in the figure. Maharshi Patañjali is the compiler of the Yoga Sutras, a major work containing aphorisms on the philosophical aspects of mind and consciousness, and also the author of a major commentary on Panini's Ashtadhyayi.
                              In recent decades the Yoga Sutra has become quite popular worldwide for the precepts regarding practice of Raja Yoga and its philosophical basis.
                              It is claimed that Patañjali is known to be an incarnation of Ādi S'esha who is the first ego-expansion of Vishnu, Sankarshana. Sankarshana, the manifestation of Vishnu His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyūha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus may Patañjali be considered as the one incarnation of God defending the ego of Yoga.
                              Patanjali was born to Atri (First of the Saptha Rishis) and his wife Anusuya in South kailash, now called as Thirumoorthy hills which is located 100km away from Coimbatore, India.

                              $150
                              Guru Patanjali - Stone StatueGuru Patanjali - Stone Statue
                              Guru Patanjali - Stone Statue

                              The beautiful stone figure depicts Patanjali as the Adishesha. Patanjali, apart from being the Yogacharya, is also known as the Adishesha, which can be understand as "the primordial snake" or the primordial form of Lord Vishnu.


                              In Hindu mythology Adishesha, sometimes also known as "Ananta" (The Endless One), is the thousand-headed ruler of the Nagas, the serpent race that is thought to guard the hidden treasures of the earth. Since yogic knowledge is the ultimate the secret treasure, many yogins still bow to Adishesha before beginning their daily yoga practice. "Salutation to the king of the Nagas, to the infinite, to the bearer of the mandala, who spreads out this universe with thousands of hooded heads, set with blazing, effulgent jewels."


                              Here the body of patanjali is shown as being coiled to form an expansive comfortable couch on which the god Vishnu rests and reclines during the intervals of creation. The serpent's thousand heads symbolize infinity or omnipresence. These heads reach up and out like a protective canopy or umbrella over Vishnu and on that "umbrella" rests our earth.


                              The snake's body is soft and gentle enough to serve as a couch for a god and at the same time, firm and steady enough to support the whole earth. We endeavor to bring both of these same qualities to our asana practice : softness, comfort and ease(sukha) must be balanced with firmness, strength and steadiness of effort (sthira).

                              $65
                              Enlighten Guru Patanjali - Stone StatuetteEnlighten Guru Patanjali - Stone Statuette
                              Enlighten Guru Patanjali - Stone Statuette

                              The spectacular stone figure of Maharshi Patanjali is given a refine and detail treatment with some deep sense of finesse and refinement. Patanjali is the propounder of Yoga sutras. Often Patanjali is identified with primordial Vishnu, or the early stage of Vishnu. He is also known as the Adishesha, the incarnation of serpents that provided recreant resting place for Lord Vishnu. Patanjali's feet are often shown as coiled serpents. In Hindu mythology Adishesha, sometimes also known as "Ananta" (The Endless One), is the thousand-headed ruler of the Nagas, the serpent race that is thought to guard the hidden treasures of the earth. Since yogic knowledge is the ultimate the secret treasure, many yogins still bow to Adishesha before beginning their daily yoga practice. "Salutation to the king of the Nagas, to the infinite, to the bearer of the mandala, who spreads out this universe with thousands of hooded heads, set with blazing, effulgent jewels."

                              $65
                              Stone Statuette 'Guru Patanjali'Stone Statuette 'Guru Patanjali'
                              Stone Statuette 'Guru Patanjali'

                              The spectacular stone figure of Maharshi Patanjali is finely carved out with some detail carvings. A sense of finesse and refinement is manifest. Patanjali is the propounder of Yoga sutras. Often Patanjali is identified with primordial Vishnu, or the early stage of Vishnu. He is also known as the Adishesha, the incarnation of serpents that provided recreant resting place for Lord Vishnu. Patanjali's feet are often shown as coiled serpents. In Hindu mythology Adishesha, sometimes also known as "Ananta" (The Endless One), is the thousand-headed ruler of the Nagas, the serpent race that is thought to guard the hidden treasures of the earth. Since yogic knowledge is the ultimate the secret treasure, many yogins still bow to Adishesha before beginning their daily yoga practice. "Salutation to the king of the Nagas, to the infinite, to the bearer of the mandala, who spreads out this universe with thousands of hooded heads, set with blazing, effulgent jewels."

                              $68
                              'Guru Patanjali' Creator of Yoga Sutras
                              'Guru Patanjali' Creator of Yoga Sutras

                              The beautiful Patachitra painting depicts Lord Patanjali in a most accomplished and elegant manner. is the compiler of the Yoga Sutras, a major ork containing aphorisms on the philosophical aspects of mind and consciousness, and also the author of a major commentary on Panini's Ashtadhyayi. He is known to be an incarnation of di S'esha who is the first ego-expansion of Vishnu, the manifestation of Vishnu. His primeval energies and opulences, is part of the so-called catur vyha, the fourfold manifestation of Vishnu. Thus may Patajali be considered as the one incarnation of God defending the ego of yoga. In recent decades the Yoga Sutra has become quite popular worldwide for the precepts regarding practice of Raja Yoga and its philosophical basis. "Yoga" in traditional Hinduism involves inner contemplation, a rigorous system of meditation practice, ethics, metaphysics, and devotion to the one common soul, God, or Brahman. He was a great Natya dancer and is revered by the exponents of classical Indian dance as their patron saint.


                              Patachitra, a spectacular painting in Orissa, was born out of the cult of God Jagannath, the presiding deity of Orissa temple. Spectacular pictorial conceptions, characteristic conventions and vibrant color patterns make the Patachitra a unique treasure in the rich coffer of Indian ethnic art. Primarily executed on cloth, using natural colors, these ethnic paintings have charmed admirers across the globe.

                              $75
                              Shri Patanjali Maharaj - Stone Statue
                              Shri Patanjali Maharaj - Stone Statue
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                              $69
                              Stone Statuette - Guru PatanjaliStone Statuette - Guru Patanjali
                              Stone Statuette - Guru Patanjali
                              The beautiful stone figure depicts Patanjali as the Adishesha. Patanjali, apart from being the Yogacharya, is also known as the Adishesha, which can be understand as "the primordial snake" or the primordial form of Lord Vishnu.

                              In Hindu mythology Adishesha, sometimes also known as "Ananta" (The Endless One), is the thousand-headed ruler of the Nagas, the serpent race that is thought to guard the hidden treasures of the earth. Since yogic knowledge is the ultimate the secret treasure, many yogins still bow to Adishesha before beginning their daily yoga practice. "Salutation to the king of the Nagas, to the infinite, to the bearer of the mandala, who spreads out this universe with thousands of hooded heads, set with blazing, effulgent jewels."

                              Here the body of patanjali is shown as being coiled to form an expansive comfortable couch on which the god Vishnu rests and reclines during the intervals of creation. The serpent's thousand heads symbolize infinity or omnipresence. These heads reach up and out like a protective canopy or umbrella over Vishnu and on that "umbrella" rests our earth.

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