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Yoga Guru Patanjali - Brass Sculpture
Yoga Guru Patanjali - Brass Sculpture
  • Product Code: 2831
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 7" H x 4.50" W
  • Weight: 1.800 Kg.

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.

Indian Folk Dandiya DanceIndian Folk Dandiya Dance
Indian Folk Dandiya Dance

One of the most popular dance forms in Gujarat, the Dandiya has been beautifully painted by the artists with some amazing depiction of feminine beauty. The six ladies with dandiya on their hands are dancing in full swing. Their drapery, bangles, jewelries, all has been painted well. The method of dewaxing has given a special effect here as well. The painting reveals some degree of gracefulness.

Marching Elephants - Batik PaintingMarching Elephants - Batik Painting
Marching Elephants - Batik Painting

The beautiful painting of four nicely decorated elephants is given a resplendent and spectacular treatment in the traditional Batik style, the beautiful painting depicts four elephants moving forward. Applying the wax resist and systematic cracking are the key to a beautiful art piece. The characteristic batik effect is created by cracking of wax on the lighter hues and seeping in of the darker colors though them.

Decorated Mata Durga StatueDecorated Mata Durga Statue
Decorated Mata Durga Statue
  • Product Code :BS7557
  • Material :Resin
  • Size :8.50"H x 6.25"W x 3.25"D
  • Weight :770 gm.
Ashta Vinayaka Yantra (gold plated)Ashta Vinayaka Yantra (gold plated)
Ashta Vinayaka Yantra (gold plated)
Shiva's Marriage - Cloth Painting
Shiva's Marriage - Cloth Painting

Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati’s marriage is being given a detail and royal treatment in the beautiful Kalamkari painting. Lord Shiva and Parvati are considered the most ideal couple and are worshipped by the Hindus with great reverence. Other gods and goddesses are wishing the cosmic couple on their marriage. 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.

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Ganesha on ChariotGanesha on Chariot
Ganesha on Chariot

In this spectacular Batik painting, the Lord of Wisdom is painted sitting in a chariot being drawn by his vehicle rats. There are as many as eight rats here and the background of the painting is also nicely treated. An ancient art form, Batik is a form of making paintings using wax. The technique of batik is a rigorous one as the final design must be conceived before the painting is begun. The batik painter works intimately with colour pattern; if he wants parts of his design to blue, for example, all these parts must be waxed at the same time before any subsequent dyeing. The technique of batik is a rigorous one as the final design must be conceived before the painting is begun. He cannot separate one part of his design and complete it before moving on to the others as an artist in oils or water colour may; he must create his design in stages, each of which encompasses the whole picture. The selection of waxes is important to the quality of the finished batik. Paraffin and beeswax are the two waxes commonly used in batik and are usually combined in different proportions.

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Everyone's Favourite 'Lord Ganesh' - Batik PaintingEveryone's Favourite 'Lord Ganesh' - Batik Painting
Everyone's Favourite 'Lord Ganesh' - Batik Painting

One of the most popular and widely worshipped gods in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before undertaking any journey or before starting any ritual. In this beautiful painting the Lord is holding a conch on his one hand, a sweet on his another, a weapon on his third hand and with his fourth hand he is blessing his disciples. A deep sense of gracefulness and accomplishment is manifest in the

'Delicate Steps' Batik Painting'Delicate Steps' Batik Painting
'Delicate Steps' Batik Painting
A group of ornate stallions ready to move in a harmonious way, each stallion is painted in a different color which beholds the beauty of the painting, the decoration and the delicacy of the friendly creatures is remarkable. The ocher back ground is enhancing a feeling of warmness in the painting.
Antiquated Devi Tara MaskAntiquated Devi Tara Mask
Antiquated Devi Tara Mask
The beautiful mask of Tara Devi is refinery treated. Her eyes are broad. She is wearing long ear rings. Her face is finely treated. Even the headgear is nicely carved. One of the most important deities both for the Hindus and Tibetans, she plays an important role in Tantrik cosmology because mantra, words, music are considered to be the very source of the cosmos. Tara is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work. Tara is a tantric meditation deity whose practice is used by practitioners of the Tibetan branch of Vajrayana Buddhism to develop certain inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teachings about compassion and emptiness. Tara has many manifestations. Green tara is known as the Buddha of enlightened activity. White tara also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity. Red tara of fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things. Black tara is associated with power. Blue tara is associated with transmutation of anger.
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Festival Celebration in Village - Pata PaintingFestival Celebration in Village - Pata Painting
Festival Celebration in Village - Pata Painting

A tapestry of different gods and goddesses as well as their disciples has made the painting an attractive one. Goddess Kali, Lord Ganesha, Ravan along with a host of devotees offering prayers to their gods have been nicely painted.

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Nepalese Wooden Garuda Mask
Nepalese Wooden Garuda Mask

The vehicle of Lord Vishnu has been given somewhat rotund treatment by the artist. Could be used as wall hanging the figure is a fine specimen of artistic caliber. With its head and wings that of an eagle, Garuda is called the king of the birds. It is said that he consumed all the Sun’s rays. His prominent eyebrows, bulging eyes, swelling cheeks all have been yielded a rare treatment by the artist..

Queen Of Night -Decorative LampQueen Of Night -Decorative Lamp
Queen Of Night -Decorative Lamp

The perforated lamp named the Queen of Night has been beautifully carved out of brass in a most beautiful manner. Dazzled with some of the sparkling designs, the lamp has been crafted out in the traditional dhokra technique. Used by the tribes in the Bastar region of Central India, the tedious technique of lost wax method. The superlative smoothness and gracefulness in the lamp has indeed made it a queen in the night.

A Bhangra Dancer - Fiber Statue 11"A Bhangra Dancer - Fiber Statue 11"
A Bhangra Dancer - Fiber Statue 11"
  • Product Code :2593
  • Material : Fiber, enamel paint
  • Size : 11" H x 3"W x 3"D each

    The beautiful resin figure of a Bhangra dancer is cut out with some greater degree of finesse and perfection. He is wearing a yellow lungi (lower attire). He is also wearing a white shirt and holding a stick. He is also wearing a beautiful turban and sporting prominent moustache. Bhangra is a popular folk dance of Punjab and people shake their legs into the tunes of Bhangra whenever they are in any festive moods.

    Fiber Buddha Statue in Meditative PostureFiber Buddha Statue in Meditative Posture
    Fiber Buddha Statue in Meditative Posture
    • Product Code :B6942
    • Material :Fiber
    • Size :9.75"H x 7.75"W x 4.50"D
    • Weight :650 gm.
      Mediative Thai Buddha Statue in FiberMediative Thai Buddha Statue in Fiber
      Mediative Thai Buddha Statue in Fiber
      Thai Buddha - Resin Sculpture 6.5"Thai Buddha - Resin Sculpture 6.5"
      Thai Buddha - Resin Sculpture 6.5"
      • Product Code :2485
      • Material :Resin
      • Size : 6.50"H x 4"W x 1.50"D

        The beautiful resin figure of Lord Buddha is given a refine exquisite treatment with a greater degree of refinement and minute carving. Thai Buddha refers to a statue of Buddha that either resides in, or was created in, the country of Thailand. The Sukhothai period brought forth an interpretation of the Thai Buddha that is elegant, with sinuous bodies and slender, oval faces. This style emphasised the spiritual aspect of the Buddha by omitting anatomical details. The effect was enhanced by the common practice of casting images in metal rather than carving them. This period saw the introduction of the "walking Buddha" pose. Sukhothai artists tried to follow the defining marks of a Buddha set out in ancient Pali texts:

        Buddha Decorative Fiberglass ShowpieceBuddha Decorative Fiberglass Showpiece
        Buddha Decorative Fiberglass Showpiece
        • Product Code :B6964
        • Material :Fiber
        • Size :10"H x 7"W x 3.75"D
        • Weight :510 gm.
          Brass Mayur LampBrass Mayur Lamp
          Brass Mayur Lamp
          Lord Gopal with Radhika - Kalamkari PaintingLord Gopal with Radhika - Kalamkari Painting
          Lord Gopal with Radhika - Kalamkari Painting

          The beautiful Kalamkari painting celebrates the immortal love between Lord Krishna and Radhika. An immortal saga love in getting manifest in the beautiful Kalamkari painting. Lord Krishna is playing His flute as an amorous Radhika looks on. The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a resplendent spread in any Kalamkari painting. Kalamkari art is unique in its use of colour as a medium to portray mythological characters. Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam i.e. pen, a sharp pointed pierced bamboo that regulates flow of colour on the fabric.

          Lotus Tree - Cotton Kalamkari PaintingLotus Tree - Cotton Kalamkari Painting
          Lotus Tree - Cotton Kalamkari Painting

          The beautiful Kalamkari painting depicts a number of lotus flowers on tree. The beautiful flower is considered symbol of purity and is associated with various gods and goddesses. Kalamkari is an exquisite ancient craft of painted and printed fabrics. It derives its name from Kalam meaning Pen, and Kari meaning work, literally Pen-work. It is hand painting as well as block printing with vegetable dyes. Kalamkari art has evolved through trial and error over the last 3000 years. Techniques of craftsmanship in Kalamkari were handed down within the families from generation to generation.

          Krishna with Gopis under Kadamba Tree
          Krishna with Gopis under Kadamba Tree

          The story of Lord Krishna at Vrindavan, when he danced and is lost in eternal music is a saga of selfless love. The Rash Leela (Krishna’s dance with the Gopis) as is called in many parts of the country, the flute of the Lord spreads the tune of love. The Kalamkari painting has captured glorious moments of Indian religion by painting one of the most popular themes of Indian epic. Lord Krishna has been shown along with his cow, the gopis have been painted with a sense of satisfaction on their faces. They are extremely happy to have their beloved by their side. Every gopi loved to dance with Krishna. They loved him like anything.


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