• Ganesh 21 Inch

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    Ganesh, Ganapati, Vinayakar are various names. He is the primordial God of all Gods. Ganesh is the first and foremost deity of Hinduism. Also popularly known as “Elephant God” in the west. He is the Son of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvathi the Sakthi, who is mother of the universe. He is the remover of all obstacles and hurdles in any endeavours of our life. Also represents the primordial sound OM. One can win his grace by mere humble obedience. He is wisdom pure itself. Also known as “Son of Nandhi” the bull mounts of Lord Shiva. Ganapati is lover of the sweet “Modaka (Delicacy made of rice)”. He has mouse as his vehicle, mouse represents that one can dig to any level of consciousness. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
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  • Hanuman or Anjaneya is the Monkey-God is as strong as he is wise and as devoted as he is strong and wise. The epic Ramayana pictures him as highly cultured and refined person. He is seen as striking hero pose, usually with the Gadha (Mace) in his left hand and carrying Sanjeevani Mountain in his right hand. He is very popular deity throughout India. He is known for his service and sacrifice in Lord Rama’s endeavour. He graces strength and wisdom to his devotees. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Lord Siva is a great master of dance. He dances every evening in order to relieve the sufferings of the creatures and entertains the Gods who gather in the Kailash. Hence called as Sabhapathi or Nataraja. 108 modes of dancing known to the treatise on dancing have sprung from him. Nataraja dance indicates a continuous process of creation, preservation and annihilation. Nataraja icon shows him with four hands and two legs, in the dance posture. There is Damaru (Drum ) in the upper right hand and fire in the left. Lower right hand is in Abhayamudra (Protection) and the left is pointing towards uplifted foot. Damaru represents the principles of Sabada (Sound) and hence Akasha (Ether). Fire represents the Pralayagini, the fire that destroys the world at the time of dissolution of the world. The other two hands indicate that who takes refuge at the feet of Lord will have nothing to fear or worry. Apasmara the dwarf under the foot symbolises ignorance, which makes us to lose our balance and consciousness. Several dancing postures of Siva are Anandathandava, Thirupurathandava, Urdhavathandava and many. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Parvathi is the power and consort of Lord Siva, the God of disintegration or destruction. Majority of Hindu Goddess are aspects and variations of Parvathi. Some of the names are Haimavathi, Girija, Gowri, Ambika, Daksayani, Uma, Meenakshi, Sivakami, Lokanayaki, Parameswarai, Sankari etc. Goddess like Durga, Kali, Lalitha, Bhairavi, Rudrani, Bhuvaneswari, Kamakshi, Rajarajeswari etc., are also her aspects. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Sarasawathi is the famous Hindu icon and God.

    Finish: Antique

    Style: Late Chola

    Method: Lost Wax Method

    Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan

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  • Sarasvati is the power and consort of Brahma the creator. Sarasvati means “one that flows steadily”. She represents power and intelligence from which organised creation proceeds. Sarasvati is considered as the personification of all knowledge - arts, sciences, crafts and skills. Clad in spotless white apparel and seated on lotus. She holds in her four hands a Veena (Lute), Aksamala (Rosary), Pustaka (Book). Some other objects like Pasa (Noose), Ankusa (Goad), Padma (Lotus), Sankha (Conch) and Chakra (Discus) may also be seen. Hamsa or Swan the carrier of Brahma is also her vehicle. Sometimes she also seen with Peacock as her carrier. She is power and intelligence. Four arms show her unimpeded power in all directions. The book represents all area of secular sciences.  Veena represents cultivation of fine arts. Rosary symbolise the Yoga of Tapas (Austerities) and Japa (Repetition of Divine Names).  Peacock represents the attraction of the world hence leading to Avidya (Ignorance or nescience).  Swan represents Viveka (Wisdom, Discrimination) and Vidya (True Knowledge). Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan

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