• Shiva is the famous Hindu icon and God. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Ganesh 21 Inch

    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
  • Vishnu also known as Mahavishnu is the second deity of the Hindu Trinity. He is the one who protects and sustains the created universe. Vishnu means one who pervades and entered everything. He is the inner cause and power of the universe. He is popularly known as Narayana or Ranganatha. Narayana means:
    • “One who has made the causal waters his abode. “
    • “One who is the abode of all human beings. “
    • “One who has made the heart of human beings his abode. ”
    • “One who is the final goal of all human beings”
    Ranganatha the Supreme God is depicted as; he falls asleep on his bed of great serpent Adhisesha, which is floating on the ocean of milk (Ksirasamudra – Thiruparkadal). One of his legs is resting on the lap of his consort Lakshmi, who is gently pressing it. A lotus spring forth from his navel along with god Brahma seated on it. Vishnu is described as Nilameghashyama, of a dark blue hue like that of the rain-bearing cloud. Commonest form of the Vishnu icon has one face, four arms holding Sankha(Conch), Chakra (Discus), Gadha(Mace), Padma(Lotus and wears a necklace with the famous gem of Kaustubha dangling on the lock of hair Srivatsa, on the left chest. He is also wearing the garland of flowers and gems by name Vaijayanthi. Lord Vishnu, whose duty is to preserve this world, often incarnates himself. Ten such incarnations popularly known as Dasa-Avatar. Whenever Dharma (Righteousness) declines he bodies himself forth to restore the balance in the world. Matsya (Fish Incarnation), Kurma (The Tortoise), Varaha (The Boar), Narasimha  (Man-Lion), Vamana (The Dwarf), Parasurama (Brahmana with Battle Axe), Sri Rama (The King), Balarama (Brother of Krishna), Krishna (One who preached Bhagavat Gita) and the tenth Kalki (Warrior on the White Horse back) yet to come are the Dasa-Avatars of Lord Vishnu. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Perumal with Garudar Hanuman are the famous Hindu icons and Gods. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Dattatreyar is the famous Hindu icon and God. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  • Krishana is the famous Hindu icon and God. Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan
  •   Siva is a great master of Yoga and Spiritual Sciences as he is of music and dancing. He is the universal Guru (Teacher who teaches self-knowledge) seated facing south (Dakshina) and teaching the four Sages named Sanakar, Sanatanar, Sanandanar and Sanatakumarar for ever hence called as Dakshnamurthi. He has three eyes and four arms and one the leg is trampling upon the Apasamarapurusa the dwarf. Two of the arms the fronts right and left are in Gnanamudra (Showing the imparting of knowledge) and Varadamudra (Bestowing of Boons). The back hand holds the Aksamala (Rosary) and either fire or serpent. Apasmara the dwarf under the foot symbolises ignorance, which makes us to lose our balance and consciousness. He is surrounded by Rishis eager to learn Atmavidya (Self Knowledge) form him. He is the model of the perfect Guru (Teacher who teaches self-knowledge). Finish: Antique Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan Places to Furnish: Hall or Reception of  Offices, University, College, Library etc.  
  • Lord Muruga is the famous Hindu icon and God. Finish: Polished Style: Late Chola Method: Lost Wax Method Artisan: Shilpa Guru Rathakrishnan

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