Vishnu Statues

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Lord Narayan Golden Finish Brass Statue
  • Product Code :B6200
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :4.25"H x 2.50"W x 1.40"D
  • Weight :260 gm.
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    Specification Product Code :B6200 Material :Brass Size :4.25"H x 2.50"W x 1.40"D Weight :260 gm....
    $23.00
    Lord Laxmi Narayan on Sheshnag 12.75"
    • Product Code :5277
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :12.25"H x 13"W x 6.75"D
    • Weight :9.560 Kg.

      In this spectacular brass figure, Lord Vishnu and His wife Laxmi are beautifully crafted with a deep sense of finesse. The Lord is taking rest in a serpentine coil as Laxmi massaging his feet.

      In Hindu tradition, Shesha, also known as Sheshanaga or Adishesha is the king of all Nāgas, one of the primal beings of creation, and according to the Bhagavata Purana, an avatar of the Supreme God known as Narayana.

      In Puranas, Sheshanaga is said to hold all the planets of the Universe on his hoods and to constantly sing the glories of Vishnu from all his mouths. It is said when Adishesa uncoils, time moves forward and creation takes place. When he coils back, the universe ceases to exist.

      Shesha is generally depicted with a massive form that floats coiled in space, or on the ocean of milk, to form the bed on which Vishnu lies. In the Bhagavadgita of Chapter 10, verse 29, Sri Krishna while describing 75 of his common manifestations, declares ‘of the nagas, I am Ananta’.

      According to Mahabharata, Shesha was born to sage Kaśyapa and his wife Kadru. Kadru gave birth to a thousand snakes, of which Shesha was the eldest. After Shesha, were born Vāsuki, Airāvata and Takṣaka. As a lot of Sesa brothers were cruel in nature, Sesa left his mother and kin, and resorted to austere penance. His penances were so severe that his flesh, skin and muscles dried up and merged with his frame. He was able to please Brahmā. Following this, Shesha was able to keep his mind under control so that he could continue to perform ascetic penances. Brahma asked Sesa to go beneath the unstable earth and stabilize it. Sesa agreed and went to the netherworld, and stabilized her with his hood. He is known to support her even today, thus making Pātala his perennial residence.

      Specification Product Code :5277 Material :Brass Size :12.25"H x 13"W x 6.75"D Weight :9.560 Kg....
      $380.00
      Lord Lakshmi Narain Seated on Garuda - Brass Statue 8"
      • Product Code :7847
      • Material :Brass
      • Size :8"H x 4.50"W x 1.75"D
      • Weight :2.160 kg.
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        Specification Product Code :7847 Material :Brass Size :8"H x 4.50"W x 1.75"D Weight :2.160 kg....
        $115.00
        Lord Lakshmi Narain Conch - Brass Sculpture
        • Product Code :3924
        • Material :Brass
        • Size :8"W x 4"H
        • Weight :1.200 Kg.
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          Specification Product Code :3924 Material :Brass Size :8"W x 4"H Weight :1.200 Kg. Description -...
          $105.00
          Lord Bhairava - Wall Hanging Mask
          • Product Code :1641
          • Material :Brass
          • Size :12"h x 10"w
          • Weight :5.00 kg.

            The wall hanging of Bhairava is chiseled out of brass metal revealing some fearsome aspect of Lord Shiva. His teeth, eyebrows, the long moustache, all have been quite prominent with yellow colour. Bhairava represents the fearsome aspect of God Shiva. He had cut off Brahma's fifth head, making him guilty of Brahmanicide, and as a result, he was forced to carry around the head for years until he had been absolved of the sin.


            The origin of Bhairava is traced to the tale of Sati - wife of Shiva. Sati, the daughter of the king of gods, Daksha, had chosen to marry Shiva, in spite of her father disapproving the alliance because of the perception of Shiva as an ascetic associated with animals and ghosts, living a frugal life. Once Daksha held a yagna (a ritualistic sacrifice) and invited all the gods, but not Sati and Shiva. Sati came to the yagna alone, where Daksha publicly spoke badly of Shiva. Sati was unable to bear her husband insulted and offered herself to the sacrificial pyre. When Shiva learnt of this, he destroyed the yagna and killed Daksha by beheading him. He carried Sati's corpse on his shoulders and ran uncontrollably all around the world for days. Since this would eventually destroy all creation, Vishnu used his Sudarshan Chakra (divine discus) to cut Sati's body into pieces, which then fell all around. These spots where Sati's body parts fell are now known as Shakti Peethas. Shiva took the form of the frightful Bhairava and is said to be guarding each of these Shaktipeeths. Bhairava has a dog as his divine vehicle and each Shaktipeeth temple is accompanied by a temple dedicated to Bhairava. Bhairava is also invoked in prayers to destroy enemies

            Specification Product Code :1641 Material :Brass Size :12"h x 10"w Weight :5.00 kg. Description The...
            $235.00
            Harihara Combined Form of Vishnu and Shiva - Marble Statue 30"
            • Product Code :317
            • Material :White Marble, Special Note: Requires 5 weeks to finish and Ship
            • Size : 30"H

              The exquisite image of Lord Harihara has been beautifully chiseled out of a single block of white marble with some sparkling designs on it. Whereas the right side of the statue is of Lord Vishnu the left side is of Lord Shiva. The figure has on it the fine golden plates on the forehead of the statue and sparkling 22 karat has been used. The figure also bears amazing smile on its face.


              Special Note: Made to order, requires 5 weeks to finish and Ship, before shipping we will send images of the finished statue for the approval from your side, please note that the image is indicative a slight diference is to be expected a better finsh is assured.

              Specification Product Code :317 Material :White Marble, Special Note: Requires 5 weeks to finish and...
              $2,900.00
              Lord Narsingh Narayan with Lakshmi - Brass Statue 7.5"
              • Product Code :9250
              • Material :Brass
              • Size :7.50"H x 5"W x 2.75"D
              • Weight :1.680 kg.
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                Specification Product Code :9250 Material :Brass Size :7.50"H x 5"W x 2.75"D Weight :1.680 kg....
                $95.00
                Lord Vishnu with Shridevi and Bhudevi
                • Product Code :BS7547
                • Material :Brass
                • Size :4.75"H x 3.25"W x 2"D
                • Weight :610 gm.
                Specification Product Code :BS7547 Material :Brass Size :4.75"H x 3.25"W x 2"D Weight :610 gm....
                $55.00
                Lord Vishnu The Preserver and Protector of the Univers
                • Product Code :9243
                • Material :Brass
                • Size :8"H x 4"W x 2.85"D
                • Weight :1.220 kg.
                  Specification Product Code :9243 Material :Brass Size :8"H x 4"W x 2.85"D Weight :1.220 kg....
                  $75.00
                  Lord Vishnu Statue in Antique Finish
                  • Product Code :B6838
                  • Material :Brass
                  • Size :14.25"H x 5.75"W x 5"D
                  • Weight :4 kg.
                    Specification Product Code :B6838 Material :Brass Size :14.25"H x 5.75"W x 5"D Weight :4 kg....
                    $220.00
                    Lord Vishnu Antique Finish Statue
                    • Product Code :B6826
                    • Material :Brass
                    • Size :8.10"H x 4.25"W x 2.80"D
                    • Weight :1.250 kg.
                      Specification Product Code :B6826 Material :Brass Size :8.10"H x 4.25"W x 2.80"D Weight :1.250 kg....
                      $75.00
                      Lord Shri Vishnu Seated on Sheshnaag
                      • Product Code :B6490
                      • Material :Brass
                      • Size :11"H x 7.25"W x 5"D
                      • Weight :4.500 kg.

                        The brass figure of Lord Vishnu sitting on Sheshnag is nicely carved out with a deep sense of finesse. One of the Trinity Gods in Hinduism, the other two being Lord Shiva and Brahma, Lord Vishnu is responsible for the preservation of the universe. He is normally depicted as resting in a reclining Sheshnag in the ocean. It is believed that Vishnu takes birth every time there is an impending catastrophe before the planet earth. In Hindu tradition, Shesha, also known as Sheshanaga or Adishesha is the king of all Nāgas, one of the primal beings of creation, and according to the Bhagavata Purana, an avatar of the Supreme God known as Narayana. In Puranas, Sheshanaga is said to hold all the planets of the Universe on his hoods and to constantly sing the glories of Vishnu from all his mouths. It is said when Adishesa uncoils, time moves forward and creation takes place. When he coils back, the universe ceases to exist. Shesha is generally depicted with a massive form that floats coiled in space, or on the ocean of milk, to form the bed on which Vishnu lies. According to Mahabharata, Shesha was born to sage Kaśyapa and his wife Kadru. Kadru gave birth to a thousand snakes, of which Shesha was the eldest. After Shesha, were born Vāsuki, Airāvata and Takṣaka. As a lot of Sesa brothers were cruel in nature, Sesa left his mother and kin, and resorted to austere penance. His penances were so severe that his flesh, skin and muscles dried up and merged with his frame. He was able to please Brahmā. Following this, Shesha was able to keep his mind under control so that he could continue to perform ascetic penances. Brahma asked Sesa to go beneath the unstable earth and stabilize it. Sesa agreed and went to the netherworld, and stabilized her with his hood. He is known to support her even today, thus making Pātala his perennial residence.

                        Specification Product Code :B6490 Material :Brass Size :11"H x 7.25"W x 5"D Weight :4.500 kg....
                        $215.00
                        Lord Venkateswara Balaji Brass Statue
                        • Product Code :9244
                        • Material :Brass
                        • Size :5.25" H x 2.25" W x 2.25" D
                        • Weight :490 gm.
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                          Specification Product Code :9244 Material :Brass Size :5.25" H x 2.25" W x 2.25" D...
                          $45.00
                          Lord Shri Vishnu - Brass Sculpture 23"
                          • Product Code :B4643
                          • Material :Brass
                          • Size :23"H x 8.47"W x 6.70"D
                          • Weight :11 Kg
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                            Specification Product Code :B4643 Material :Brass Size :23"H x 8.47"W x 6.70"D Weight :11 Kg...
                            $430.00
                            Lord Sri Venkateswara - Brass Statue 8.50"
                            • Product Code :4760
                            • Material :Brass
                            • Size :8.50"H x 4.75" x 2"D
                            • Weight :2.00 kg.

                              A beautiful statue in brass with intricate carvings done on it representing Lord of Tirupati 'Lord Venkateswara' popularly called as Balaji, Srinivasa or Venkatachalapati is believed to be a form of the Hindu god Vishnu. Venkateswara means 'the Lord who destroys the sins of the people'. As per the popular Hindu believe, Lord Vishnu, out of love towards his devotees, incarnated as Venkateswara and appeared for the salvation and upliftment of humanity in the Kali Yuga age. The Venkateswara swami temple is also called Kaliyuga Vaikuntam.

                              Specification Product Code :4760 Material :Brass Size :8.50"H x 4.75" x 2"D Weight :2.00 kg....
                              $105.00
                              Lord Vishnu as Vaikuntha - Brass Sculpture 24"
                              • Product Code :4747
                              • Material :Brass
                              • Size :24"H x 15"W x 9.25"D
                              • Weight :19 kg.

                                Lord Vishnu depicted as a three headed deity in an unusual and impressive cosmic form called ‘Vaikuntha’ which is also the name of his heavenly abode. In this statue the central head of the Lord represent a human face while the head projecting on his right is of God ‘Narasimha’ the famous man lion avatar (half human half lion). On the left side is ‘Varaha’ head, Varaha is the divine boar incarnation, both heads represent two of Lord Vishnu’s ten incarnations. In his upper two hands he is holding a chakra the divine disk and a conch shell while the lower hands are blessing or protecting his personified attributes ‘Gada devi’ woman holding a mace and a ‘Chakra purush’ or wheel man, representing the protective attribute of their master.

                                Specification Product Code :4747 Material :Brass Size :24"H x 15"W x 9.25"D Weight :19 kg....
                                $720.00
                                Lord Tirupati Balaji Brass Figurine 5"
                                • Product Code :9245
                                • Material :Brass
                                • Size :5"H x 2.25"W x 2.25"D
                                • Weight :490 gm.
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                                  Specification Product Code :9245 Material :Brass Size :5"H x 2.25"W x 2.25"D Weight :490 gm....
                                  $45.00
                                  Lord Satya Narayan - Brass Figure 8"
                                  • Product Code :496
                                  • Material :Brass
                                  • Size :8"H x 4"W x 2.50"D
                                  • Weight :1.260 kg.
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                                    Specification Product Code :496 Material :Brass Size :8"H x 4"W x 2.50"D Weight :1.260 kg....
                                    $70.00
                                    Lord Tirupati Balaji Brass Figurine 13"
                                    • Product Code :613
                                    • Material :Brass
                                    • Size :13"H x 9.75"W x 3"D
                                    • Weight :4.00 kg.
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                                      Specification Product Code :613 Material :Brass Size :13"H x 9.75"W x 3"D Weight :4.00 kg....
                                      $195.00
                                      Lord Vishnu 'The Preserver' Brass Figurine 12.50"
                                      • Product Code :615
                                      • Material :Brass
                                      • Size :12.50"H x 4.50"W x 5"D
                                      • Weight :3.560 kg.
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                                        Specification Product Code :615 Material :Brass Size :12.50"H x 4.50"W x 5"D Weight :3.560 kg....
                                        $175.00
                                        Lord Shri Hari Vishnu - Brass Statue
                                        • Product Code :3972
                                        • Material :Brass
                                        • Size :12.50"H x 5.25"Diam
                                        • Weight :3.120 kg.
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                                          Specification Product Code :3972 Material :Brass Size :12.50"H x 5.25"Diam Weight :3.120 kg. Description -...
                                          $160.00
                                          Shri Hari Narayan The Preserver - Brass Statue
                                          • Product Code :BS7371
                                          • Material :Brass
                                          • Size :8"H x 4.10"W x 2.75"
                                          • Weight :1.220
                                            Specification Product Code :BS7371 Material :Brass Size :8"H x 4.10"W x 2.75" Weight :1.220 Description...
                                            $75.00
                                            Narasimha Lakshmi Brass Statue
                                            • Product Code :7849
                                            • Material :Brass
                                            • Size :7.50"H x 5"W x 2.75"D
                                            • Weight :1.780 kg.

                                              In this brass figure Shri Narasimha is shown with Lakshmi. Narasimha, the half-human, half-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu, provides a very fascinating study of the Lord's incarnation in order to lessen the sufferings of his devotees. Sage Kashyap had four wives, Diti, Aditi, Vinita and Kudroo. From Diti was born demons and Aditi gave birth to gods, while from Vinita was born Garud, the carrier of Vishnu and the last one Kudroo created the hydras. Diti gave birth to Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakashipu. Lord Vishnu had to kill Hiranyaksha as he wrought havoc on the gods. Following this Hiranyakashipu bore a strong hatred for Lord Vishnu and Vishnu's very name was like poison to him. His blood was boiling with the hatred of Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu went to the mountain Mandara and began the severe order of penance and could successfully invoke Lord Brahma from whom he received a boon that he could be killed neither by any creature created by Brahma; either in the house nor outside it; neither either during the daytime nor at night; no weapon could cause his death and he should not die either on land or in the sky. Armed with such a boon, the demon crossed all limits and wrought havoc on heaven and earth. He even dethroned Indra, the king of heavens. Hiranyakashipu's son Prahalad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu right from his very childhood. Prahalad had not pay any attention to the orders of his father not to worship Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu is father tried to kill his son in a fit of anger. But all his attempts were foiled by Prahlad's saviour Lord Vishnu. At last Hiranyakashipu thundered at Prahlad and asked him who his protector was? Prahalad replied: "It was Hari who gave me this courage. He is stronger than anyone else. You and I, the universe, even Brahma are nothing before his strength. He is the real Lord of the Universe.” He shouted in rage: “Show me where is he” Prahlad replied: “He is everywhere.” The king could no longer control his anger. He hit a pillar with his mace. “Is he here?” He asked Prahlad. He drew out his sword and pounced upon the little boy. A terrible deafening sound came and as the stunned men watched, the pillar split into two and was born the Sri Hari, in the form of Narasimha with a head of a lion and the body of a man. (Nara = Man: Simham = Lion). He ultimately killed Hiranyakashipu and saved the world.

                                              Specification Product Code :7849 Material :Brass Size :7.50"H x 5"W x 2.75"D Weight :1.780 kg....
                                              $95.00
                                              Shri Laxmi Narayan - Brass Statue 8.75"
                                              • Product Code :5245
                                              • Material :Brass
                                              • Size :8.75"H x 9"W x 5.50"D
                                              • Weight :5.750 Kg.
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                                                Specification Product Code :5245 Material :Brass Size :8.75"H x 9"W x 5.50"D Weight :5.750 Kg....
                                                $250.00
                                                Protector God Narayan 15"
                                                • Product Code :958
                                                • Material :Albizzia Lebbeck wood ( closely resembles teak wood)
                                                • Size :15"h x 8"w x 4.50"d
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                                                  Specification Product Code :958 Material :Albizzia Lebbeck wood ( closely resembles teak wood) Size :15"h...
                                                  $4,500.00
                                                  Shri Laxmi Narayan Brass Figurine
                                                  • Product Code :104
                                                  • Material :Brass
                                                  • Size :20.25"H x 8.50"W x 6.75"D Each
                                                  • Weight :12.890 kg.
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                                                    Specification Product Code :104 Material :Brass Size :20.25"H x 8.50"W x 6.75"D Each Weight :12.890...
                                                    $654.00
                                                    Narsingh Bhagwan-An Incarnation of Lord Vishnu 48"
                                                    • Product Code :174
                                                    • Material :White Marble, Special Note: Requires 6 weeks to finish and Ship
                                                    • Size :48"

                                                      Narsimha is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu,according to Hindu scriptures Lord Vishnu took the incarnation to protect his devotee Pralada. Prahlada was the son of demon king Hiranyakashipu who hated even the name of Lord Vishnu,due to this haterdness he even didn't spare his son Prahlada.Prahlada had to face lot of torture and abuse by his father. Hiranyakashipu tried so many times to kill Prahlada but by the grace of Lord Vishnu he remained safe at every attempt,no one was able to oppose or kill Hiranyakashipu because he had recieved a boon from Lord Brahma that he would not be killed by any man,woman, or animal, nor through weapon neither in the day nor at night,neither on the ground and nor in the air,in the house or outside.Then to protect his devotee Prahlada,Lord Vishnu took the form of Narasimha (The half man half lion) He dragged the the demon on his lap (Neither ground nor in air) the time was evening (Neither day nor night)and tor his stomach with his claws (No man made weapons) As Lord Krishna said in Gita "Hey Arjuna i come time to time in different incarnations to protect Dharma on this Mother Earth.

                                                      Special Note: Made to order, requires 6 weeks to finish and Ship, before shipping we will send images of the finished statue for the approval from your side, please note that the image is indicative a slight diference is to be expected.

                                                      Specification Product Code :174 Material :White Marble, Special Note: Requires 6 weeks to finish and...
                                                      $7,400.00
                                                      Standing Shri Narayan Antiquated Brass Figurine
                                                      • Product Code :B7208
                                                      • Material :Brass
                                                      • Size :7.10"H x 3.40"Diam
                                                      • Weight :1.110 kg.
                                                        Specification Product Code :B7208 Material :Brass Size :7.10"H x 3.40"Diam Weight :1.110 kg. Description
                                                        $60.00
                                                        Sri Narayan Brass Sculpture in Old Finish
                                                        • Product Code :B6851
                                                        • Material :Brass
                                                        • Size :20.25"H x 8.25"W x 6.75"D
                                                        • Weight :6.630 kg.
                                                          Specification Product Code :B6851 Material :Brass Size :20.25"H x 8.25"W x 6.75"D Weight :6.630 kg....
                                                          $310.00
                                                          About Vishnu Statues
                                                          Vishnu is one of the principal Hindu Gods, worshipped as the protector and preserver of the world and restorer of dharma. Vishnu is known chiefly through his avatars, particularly Rama, Krishna. In this section we offer wonderfully carved decorative statues that reflects true workmanship and perfect finish.