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Decorative Brass Chowki with Elephant Design
Decorative Brass Chowki with Elephant Design
Specification
  • Product Code: 5606
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 3.50"H x 6.50"W x 6.50"D
  • Weight: 700 gm.

    Description
    $45
    Small Brass ChowkiSmall Brass Chowki
    Small Brass Chowki
    Specification
    • Product Code: 5605
    • Material: Brass
    • Size: 2.50"H x 4.75"W x 4.75"D
    • Weight: 250 gm.

      Description
      $21
      Antiquated Brass Lord Vishnu with Bhudevi and SrideviAntiquated Brass Lord Vishnu with Bhudevi and Sridevi
      Antiquated Brass Lord Vishnu with Bhudevi and Sridevi
      Specification
      • Product Code: BS6972
      • Material: Brass
      • Size: 7"H x 5.50"W
      • Weight: 950 gm.

        Description
        $75
        God Kartikeya Bhagwan 6.75"God Kartikeya Bhagwan 6.75"
        God Kartikeya Bhagwan 6.75"
        Specification
        • Product Code: 5611
        • Material: Brass
        • Size: 6.75"H x 3"W x 2.50"D
        • Weight: 
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          $60
          Lord Bala Krishna Achmani Spoon 6.75"Lord Bala Krishna Achmani Spoon 6.75"
          Lord Bala Krishna Achmani Spoon 6.75"
          Specification
          • Product Code: 5600
          • Material: Brass
          • Size: 6.75"L
          • Weight: 160 gm.
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            $25
            Naag Devta Figure with Om Engraving
            Naag Devta Figure with Om Engraving
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            $38
            Goddess Lakshmi - Brass StatueGoddess Lakshmi - Brass Statue
            Goddess Lakshmi - Brass Statue
            Specification
            • Product Code: 4408
            • Material: Brass
            • Size: 11.75"H x 9.25"W x 7.25"D
            • Weight: 7.10 kg..

              Description
              $295
              Tibetan Gypsy Style Bracelet 7"Tibetan Gypsy Style Bracelet 7"
              Tibetan Gypsy Style Bracelet 7"
              Specification
              • Product Code: B4830
              • Material: Copper
              • Size: 7" and Adjustable
              • Weight: 35 gm.
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                $19
                Brass Statuette 'Goddess Mahakali' 11.50"
                Brass Statuette 'Goddess Mahakali' 11.50"
                Specification
                • Product Code: 4763
                • Material: Brass
                • Size: 11.50"H x 7.75"W x 3.75"D
                • Weight: 5.500 kg.
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                  $240
                  Lord Varaha Retrieves The Mother EarthLord Varaha Retrieves The Mother Earth
                  Lord Varaha Retrieves The Mother Earth
                  Specification
                  • Product Code: 700
                  • Material: Brass
                  • Size:  17.25"H x 9.50"W x 4.75"D
                  • Weight: 6.400 Kg

                    Description

                     

                    The third incarnation among the Ten Incarnations is Varaha avatara, (Boar incarnation.) At the beginning of the creation of the universe, Brahma, a male named Svayambhuva Manu and a female named Satarupa manifested from his body. By the desire of Brahma, Svayambhuva Manu accepted Satarupa as his wife for the purpose of creation. Seeing the earth submerged in the water of annihilation and desiring to seek a dwelling place for the living beings, Manu approached his father Brahma and prayed to him to rescue the earth. When Brahma saw the earth submerged in the water, he thought for a long time about how it could be rescued. He had earlier established the earth after removing all the water but he could not understand why the earth had sunk into the water again. He had been appointed for the work of creation but the earth had become inundated in a deluge and had sunk down to the Rasatala planetary system.
                    Even after much effort, Brahma was not able to think of any solution. At last, he took shelter of the Supreme Lord Visnu. While Brahma was still deep in thought, a small boar the size of the tip of a thumb manifested from his nose. But the most surprising thing is that the small boar expanded in front of Brahma and within moments, filled the sky and assumed a form as big as an elephant. Brahma, together with the great brahmanas like Marici, as well as the Four Kumaras and Svayambhuva Manu saw the transcendental Varaha form and began to discuss among them. Lord Brahma thought that this was some denizen of the transcendental world in disguise; traveling in the form of a boar.
                    In this way, while Brahma was deliberating with his associates, Sri Hari roared tumultuously like the great mountain Giriraja. The omnipotent Sri Hari enlivened Brahma and the other highly elevated brahmanas by again roaring with His uncommon voice. The sound of His roar was so sweet that it destroyed all the miseries of the hearer. Brahma, Svayambhuva Manu, and other sages who reside on Janaloka, Tapaloka and Satyaloka, chanted auspicious mantras from the Vedas as offerings to Varahadeva. Lord Visnu in the form of Varaha accepted the prayers of Brahma and other sages and for the benefit of the demigods, entered into the waters of annihilation. Before entering into the water, Lord Varaha rose into the sky lashing His tail. The Lord raised the hair on His shoulders and scattered the clouds in the sky with His hooves. With raised hairs and white tusks, and with luminous effulgence, the Lord's form was brilliant. This is Sri Hari's unique transcendental pastime. Just the remembrance of it causes shivering in the body. He was omnipotent and omniscient, yet like an animal, He searched for the earth by the sense of smell. His external appearance was fearful; however, He pleased the sages engaged in offering prayers by glancing over them and entered into the water. His dive into the water with his thunderbolt-like body divided the ocean. The ocean prayed to Lord out of fear, "Please protect me, O Supreme Lord!"
                    The Lord of all sacrifices penetrated the water with His hooves, and in the depths of the Rasatala Ocean, He saw the earth lying there as he carried it in his stomach during the time of devastation. Lord Varaha lifted the earth on His tusks and appeared very splendid. At that time, a very powerful demon named Hiranyaksa challenged Him with a huge mace. An enraged Lord Varaha killed the demon within the water, just as a lion kills an elephant. The body, head and face of the Lord became red with the blood of the demon. The Lord, being thus satisfied with the prayers of the great sages, placed the earth on the water with His hooves.



                    $285
                    Mata Vaishno Devi - Brass StatueMata Vaishno Devi - Brass Statue
                    Mata Vaishno Devi - Brass Statue
                    Specification

                    Description

                    The spectacular brass figure of the Goddess Vaishno Devi or Shakti is given a refine and detail treatment. Seated on her vehicle, a roaring lion, the goddess is holding eight different weapons. She is also known as Mata Rani and Vaishnavi and is in fact a manifestation of the Mother Goddess. The Vaishno Devi temple located in Jammu is one of the most popular destinations for the pilgrims.

                    $160
                    Durga Story Carving on Brass Conch 9.50"Durga Story Carving on Brass Conch 9.50"
                    Durga Story Carving on Brass Conch 9.50"
                    Specification
                    • Product Code: 3788
                    • Material: Brass
                    • Size: 9.50"H x 4.25"W
                    • Weight: 2.250 Kg
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                      $125
                      Shri Ram Darbar - Brass Statue
                      Shri Ram Darbar - Brass Statue
                      Specification
                      • Product Code :4130
                      • Material :BRASS
                      • Size :13.75"H x 9"W x 6.50"D
                      • Weight :4.500 kg.
                        Description

                        This beautiful figure of Ram Darbar. Rama's life as the ideal man and the perfect human. For the sake of his father's honor, Rama abandons his claim to Kosala's throne to serve an exile of fourteen years in the forest. His wife Sita and brother Laxman, unable to live without Rama, decide to join him, and all three spend the fourteen years in exile together. This leads to the kidnapping of Sita by Ravana, the Rakshasa (Asura) monarch of Lanka. After a long and arduous search that tests his personal strength and virtue, Rama fights a colossal war against Ravana's armies. In a war of powerful and magical beings, greatly destructive weaponry and battles, Rama slays Ravana in battle and liberates his wife. Rama is said to have taken birth on earth to annihilate the evil forces of the age. He is widely believed to be an actual historical figure - a "tribal hero of ancient India" - whose exploits form the great Hindu epic of Ramayana or The Romance of Rama, written by the ancient Sanskrit poet Valmiki.

                        $230
                        Lord Narasimha - Brass StatueLord Narasimha - Brass Statue
                        Lord Narasimha - Brass Statue
                        Specification
                          • Product Code: 6620
                          • Material : Brass
                          • Weight : 750 gm.
                          • Size: 5.50"H x 3.25"W x 2.75"D
                          Description

                          The awe-inspiring brass figure of Narasimha, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is minutely treated with some dazzling carvings on it. In Narasimha Avatar, Lord Vishnu appears as a semi-man, semi-lion in this world. The demon king Hiranyakasyapa, wanted to become immortal and wanted to remain young forever. He meditated for Lord Brahma and because of his severe penance the gods were frightened and asked Brahma to pacify the king. Lord Brahma, on the other hand, was impressed by his austerity and granted him a boon. The boon was that HiranyaKasyapa would neither killed by a man or beast, nor in daylight or at night and neither inside or outside a building. Having obtained the wish he considered himself the supreme God and prohibited all types of worship of gods. But his son Prahlada was a great devotee of Vishnu. This enraged Hiranyakasyapa very much. He tried numerous ways to kill Prahlada including asking his sister Holika to sit with Prahlada in the fire. But the great devotee of Vishnu escaped unhurt. Enraged, frustrated once he asked Prahlad to show him where Lord Vishnu resides. Prahlad said, "He is everywhere". Further enraged, Hiranyakasyapa knocked down a pillar, and asked if Lord was present there. Lord Vishnu then emerged as a half lion, half man from the pillar, which was neither inside the house nor outside, and the time was evening, neither night nor day. He then killed Hiranyakasyapa thus saving the life of his devotee Prahlada. The anecdote of Prahlad is revered in great reverence by the Hindus and has been inspiring them a lot.

                          $75
                          Goddess Laksmi 'Padmapriya' - One Who Likes LotusGoddess Laksmi 'Padmapriya' - One Who Likes Lotus
                          Goddess Laksmi 'Padmapriya' - One Who Likes Lotus
                          Specification
                          • Product Code :1184
                          • Material :Brass
                          • Size :7"H x 4.25"W
                            Description

                            Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, light, wisdom and fortune, as well as luck, beauty and fertility, has been minutely carved out of brass by the sculptor. Seated on the Padmasana, she is engrossed over in meditation. Two elephants are also prominently carved out around her. A graceful and calm lady, the figure is a paradigm of refinement of the art. She is called Padmapriya or one who loves padma or lotus, which refers to purity and spiritual power. Rooted in the mud but blossoming above the water, completely uncontaminated by the mud, the lotus represents spiritual perfection and authority. Furthermore, the lotus seat is a common motif in Hindu iconography. Normally, Hindu gods and goddesses sit or stand upon a lotus that suggests their spiritual authority. Association with the lotus suggests that the being in question: god, human being-has transcended the limitations of the finite world and floats freely in a sphere of purity and spirituality. Shri-Lakshmi thus suggests more than the fertilizing powers of moist soil and the mysterious powers of growth. She suggests a perfection or state of refinement that transcends the material world. She is associated not only with the royal authority but with also spiritual authority, and she combines royal and priestly powers in her presence. The lotus, and the goddess Lakshmi by association, represents the fully developed blossoming of organic life. The birth of goddess Lakshmi is related to an ancient story. Durvasa, the short-tempered sage, once presented Indra, the king of the gods, with a garland of flowers which would never wilt. Indra, in return, gave it to his elephant, Airavata which enraged Durvasa. The sage cursed Indra that he and all the gods would lose their power because it had made them so proud and vain. Due to the curse, the demons vanquished the gods out of the heavens. The defeated gods then went to seek refuge to the Creator Lord Brahma who asked them to churn the ocean of milk, to obtain the nectar of immortality. The gods then went to Lord Vishnu, to seek his assistance. Lord Vishnu took the Avatar Kurma (Tortoise) and supported the Manthara Parvata (mountain ) as a churning rod, while the king of the serpents, Vasuki, became the churning rope. The gods and the demons (under the leadership of the pious and wise King Bali Chakravarti) both helped each other in churning the ocean of milk. Amongst the host of divine gifts which appeared from the ocean, goddess Lakshmi appeared and then chose Shri Vishnu as her consort, as only He had the power to control Maya (illusion). Because of this, Lakshmi is also called the daughter of the sea; since the moon also appeared from the ocean during the churning, the moon is called her brother. Physically, goddess Lakshmi is described as a fair lady, with four arms, seated on a lotus, dressed in fine garments and precious jewels. She has a benign countenance, is in her full youth and yet has a motherly appearance. In the form of Bhudevi or Mother Earth, she supports life and nature. In the form of Sridevi, she is the with the Supreme Lord and is the Goddess of beauty. Bhudevi and Sridevi are mistaken of being seperate Goddesses, but they are only one, Laxmi. As being the wife of Vishnu or Narayan, she is also known as Narayani. As the the Divine Mother of the Universe, she is worshiped for her motherly feelings and power.

                            $110
                            The End of Demon MahisasuraThe End of Demon Mahisasura
                            The End of Demon Mahisasura
                            Specification
                              • Product Code :1250
                              • Material: Brass
                              • Size: 7.75"h x 4.50"w x 2"d
                              • Weight: 1.150 kg
                              Description

                              The figure of the Goddess Durga killing Mahisasur is a paradigm of gracefulness and artistic efflorescence that has been chiseled out with minute details. The Goddess Durga is the epitome of power and she symbolizes a triumph of the good over the evil. Durga Puja is the most popular festival in West Bengal. The Puja signifies the victory of Goddess Durga, wife of Lord Shiva over a buffalo headed demon (Mahisasur). The form under which she is adored is that of an image with ten arms and a weapon in each hand, her right leg resting on a lion and her left on the buffalo demon. It is believed that she was created out of the accumulated power of all the gods specially to kill the demon Mahisasur that created havoc among the gods.

                              $70
                              Prabha Ganesha - Wood Statue 24"Prabha Ganesha - Wood Statue 24"
                              Prabha Ganesha - Wood Statue 24"
                              Specification
                              • Product Code :4005
                              • Material : Wood, enamel paint
                              • Size : 24"H x 11.50"W x 4.75"D
                                Description

                                The eye-catching wooden figurine of prabha Ganesha is nicely carved out revealing a deep sense of devotion and respect, known only to a few skilled practitioners. The Lord is depicted wearing sparkling garlands and jewelries. Known as the Remover of Obstacles, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before undertaking any ritual or journey. Shown here the Lord is seated on a lotus throne, the statue is painted using shades of green, yellow and orange.

                                $270
                                Baba Balak Nath-Stone Statue 6"
                                Baba Balak Nath-Stone Statue 6"
                                Specification
                                • Product Code :292
                                • Material :Soft Stone
                                • Size : 6"H
                                  Description

                                  The beauty and gracefulness of the image of great saint, Baba Balak Nath is manifest in the way the figure is being carved out. The seated posture of the saint is being treated nicely with the body revealing a greater sense of refinement and sculptural excellence. The Siddhi Baba is shown blessing his disciples with his one hand and with his other hand he is holding the Rudraksh mala. One of the great Siddh Peeths, he is also wearing some.

                                  $41
                                  Lord Vinayak - Resin Sculpture 4.25"
                                  Lord Vinayak - Resin Sculpture 4.25"
                                  Specification
                                  • Product Code :3521
                                  • Material :Resin
                                  • Size : 4.25"H x 2.75"W x 1.50"D
                                    Description

                                    The spectacular resin sculpture of the Lord Vinayak is given a refine and detail touch with a sublime finesse. The nice and well-designed panel makes the figure even more beautiful. Invoked first among all gods, Lord Ganesha is the chief Gana and he is worshiped across the country by the Hindus for fortune and wealth. A learned God, Ganesha is said to have written the Mahabharata that was being dictated by Vyasa. Lord Ganesha is also the Lord of Wisdom and the Remover of Obstacles.

                                    $21
                                    Vishnu Laxmi resting on Ananta-Shesha - Resin Statue 7.5"Vishnu Laxmi resting on Ananta-Shesha - Resin Statue 7.5"
                                    Vishnu Laxmi resting on Ananta-Shesha - Resin Statue 7.5"
                                    Specification
                                    • Product Code :3907
                                    • Material :Resin
                                    • Size : 7.50"H x 7"W x 4.50"D
                                    • Weight :1.00 Kg.
                                      Description
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                                      $68
                                      Peacock Arti Diya - Brass ArticlePeacock Arti Diya - Brass Article
                                      Peacock Arti Diya - Brass Article
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                                      $38
                                      Seated Ekdanta Ganesha - Brass FigureSeated Ekdanta Ganesha - Brass Figure
                                      Seated Ekdanta Ganesha - Brass Figure
                                      Specification
                                      • Product Code :B6083
                                      • Material :Brass
                                      • Size :11"H x 7.75"W x 4.50"D
                                      • Weight :4.500 kg.
                                        Description

                                        The seated Ekdanta Ganesha brass figure is given a royal and refine touch reflecting a deep sense of aesthetic pleasure. The Lord who is known by as many as 108 names, is one of the most popular deities in Hindu pantheon. The single-tusked deity is worshipped before beginning any ritual. Lord Ganesha is known as Sri Siddhi Vinayak and is worshiped before beginning any new rituals. Even before puja of any god Ganesha is worshipped. It is believed that Ganesha can remove any obstacle and hardships from the life of the people who worship him and He is the Remover of Obstacles.

                                        $195

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