The three resin dolls of Punjabi women dancing Gidda dance. The well dreaaed women are exuding enthusiasm and spirit. Gidda is a popular folk dance performed by Punjabi women and this beautiful dance exhibits teasing, fun and exuberance of Punjabi life. Gidda dance is just as energetic as Bhangra, another very popular Punjabi dance form, and at the same time it manages to creatively display feminine grace and elasticity. Gidda dance is stylistically simple. Jingle of the bells, thumping of the feet, beat of the drum and the resplendence of Punjabi women in salwar kameej creates an enchanting atmosphere for it. Harmony is the essence in gidda movements that are inclusive of swinging and twisting the body, shaking of the shoulders, bending to a double and clapping. Giddha dance incorporate village life scenes of woman spinning, fetching water from the well and grinding. This is accompanied with appropriate boli and songs.
Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of fortune and wealth. As per the Hindu legends she appeared in the world from the ‘Samudra Manthan’- ocean churning. Although every businessman worships mother Lakshmi everyday but she is specifically worshipped on the day of Deewali by all the Hindus especially in North India. In south India she is adored on the day of Vara Maha Lakshmi Vratham. She is the wife of Lord Vishnu and is extremely beautiful.
- Product Code: 2655
- Size: 4.50"H x 3"W x 1.25"D
- Material: Resin
- Product Code :B3427
- Material :Resin
- Size :3.80"h x 2"W x 1.50"D
- Weight :410 gm.
- Product Code :2476
- Material :Casted Resin
- Size : 12.50"H x 5.25"W x 4"D
The beautiful resin figure of the Apostle of Truth and Non-violence Lord Buddha in His Parinirvana posture is given a detail and refine treatment. Gautam Buddha while disseminating his teachings, traveled far and wide and finally reached the city of Kushinagara in modern Uttar Pradesh. He asked his disciples to spread a couch for him in a grove. The Lord lay there, supported by a cushion, reclining on the right side, with the head supported by his hand.
On a full-moon night the Lord gave up His earthly body, the event known in Buddhist terminology as the Parinirvana, or "Final Nirvana". The Enlightened One passed through progressively higher planes of meditation until he attained entry into Parinirvana.
The Buddha here lies enwrapped in the flowing folds of his monastic garment so that only his glowing chest is completely visible. Exalted signs celebrating his status include the auspicious tuft at the center of the forehead and the three curving lines on his neck. He reclines on the oblong lotus-couch with his body fully stretched; the extended left hand complementing the overall sprawl of the composition. The two feet are placed tightly one over the other.
- Product Code :3634
- Material :Brass and Resin
- Size :9"H x 9"W
In this spectacular Buddha Mandala wall hanging brass and resins are used in a detail manner with finesse. Mandalas are works of sacred art in Tantric (Tibetan) Buddhism. Mandala means "circle," and mandalas are indeed primarily recognizable by their concentric circles and other geometric figures. For Tantric Buddhists, they are rich with symbolism and sacred meaning. A mandala is a sacred geometric symbol that represents the universe. Once completed, a mandala becomes a sacred area that serves as a repository for deities and a collection point of universal forces. By entering a mandala and proceeding to its center, a person is symbolically guided through the cosmos to the essence of reality. By constructing a mandala, a monk ritually participates in the Buddha's teachings.In Buddhism, contemplation of sacred images is key to religious ritual, and a mandala is one of the most important of these sacred images. A Tibetan mandala is usually made with careful placement of colored sand, and accordingly is known in Tibetan as dul-tson-kyil-khor, or "mandala of colored powders."
- Product Code :3636
- Material :Brass, Resin & Beads
- Size :8.75" Dia
The Brass Wall Plaque of the celestial Goddess Tara is given a given a spectacular treatment with some floral designs. Here Brass, Resin & Beads are used in a splendid way. Tara is surrounded by spectacular floral designs. The wall plaque gives a heavenly impact and it is a must for any Buddhist follower. Tara is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. Known as the "mother of liberation", she represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.
The most widely known forms of Tārā are: Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity, White Tārā (known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra), Red Tārā (fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things), Black Tārā (associated with power), Yellow Tārā (associated with wealth and prosperity), Blue Tārā (associated with transmutation of anger) etc.
- Product Code :3638
- Material :Brass, Resin & Beads
- Size : 11"Dia
The Buddha mandala is nicely carved out with a deep sense of finesse and refinement. Here Brass, Resin and Beads are used to give a heart-touching impact. White floral designs, smart greenish background make the product even more attractive and refine. A mandala is a sacred geometric symbol that represents the universe. Once completed, a mandala becomes a sacred area that serves as a repository for deities and a collection point of universal forces. By entering a mandala and proceeding to its center, a person is symbolically guided through the cosmos to the essence of reality. By constructing a mandala, a monk ritually participates in the Buddha's teachings. In Buddhism, contemplation of sacred images is key to religious ritual, and a mandala is one of the most important of these sacred images. A Tibetan mandala is usually made with careful placement of colored sand, and accordingly is known in Tibetan as dul-tson-kyil-khor, or "mandala of colored powders"