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This dazzling one-of-a-kind Hindu statue features Shiva, who represents the universe and all of the pain and suffering in it. The outer edge of the ring surrounding Shiva is fire. Shiva is considered by Hindus to be the mover of the universe and the symbolism behind this statue is to show the illusion of the physical world. Place this awesome bronze statue in any location for fabulous Oriental decor.
This special statue portrays a synthesis of two Hindu gods - Shiva and his wife, Parvati - into one form, called Ardhanari. Shiva forms the right side of the statue while Parvati makes out the left. The significance of this statue is that Shiva has offered his body to his wife and has absorbed Parvati into his self. This statue also represents the duality of the universe, with the male or yang side on the right and the female or yin side on the left. Place this rare bronze statue anywhere for a fine decorative effect.
This unique statue features baby Krishna (a Hindu god) kneeling with a handful of sweets in his right hand. The statue itself has Greco Roman features and the face is classic in its appearance. Special care has been devoted to the details of his hair, crown and the jewels around his neck. Set this poignant bronze statue in any room for splendid decoration.
This spectacular bronze statue depicts Lord Vishnu surrounded by a chakra of fire, with his avatar, Narasimha, in back of him - seated in the lotus posture. Vishnu's 14 arms are extended as a pentagon separates the two figures. Supporting the chakra of fire are two lions, which symbolize power and strength. Mount this captivating Hindu statue in any setting for a dazzling look.
This awesome statue depicts Ganesh, the Hindu god with the elephant head, seated under a golden arc. The figure of Ganesh is rich in symbolism. His arms are holding a sweet (representing the realized self), a noose (worldly attachments) and a goad (to deflect worldly obstacles). The elephant head is representative of intellectual prowess and strength. Place this iconic Hindu statue anywhere to add a touch of India to your home or office.
Both Shiva (a Hindu God) and his wife, Parvati, are seated in the Somaskanda pose while riding Nandi (the white bull). Golden arches hang above Shiva and his wife giving this piece a uniquely special look. This one-of-a-kind bronze Hindu statue is a great alter piece and also makes a great ornament for any setting.
This one-of-a-kind Hindu bronze statue features Ganesh seated in ornamental garb and holding a broken tusk. Legend says that Ganesh wrote the Mahabharata epic with the broken tusk. In his other hands, Ganesh is holding a ball of sweets and a noose, which represents worldly phenomenon. Set this awesome Ganesh statue on an alter or in any setting for superb Asian d"Ýcor.
This remarkable bronze statue features the Hindu god Saraswati playing an Indian instrument called the veena and enjoying every moment. Saraswati has four arms, two for playing the veena and the other two are holding a necklace (a symbol of the physical universe) and a small book, representing the knowledge of the universe. Use this beautiful Hindu statue for creating an awesome look in any setting.
This special statue portrays a synthesis of two Hindu gods - Shiva and his wife, Parvati - into one dancing form, called Ardhanari. Shiva forms the right side of the statue while Parvati makes out the left. The significance of this statue is that Shiva has offered his body to his wife and has absorbed Parvati into his self. This statue also represents the duality of the universe, with the male or yang side on the right and the female or yin side on the left. Place this rare bronze statue anywhere for a fine decorative effect.
This extraordinary bronze Hindu statue depicts Krishna (a Hindu god) playing the flute, enrapturing all with his beautiful music. On the side of Krishna_s crown is a peacock feather, which was viewed as something not auspicious. Upon learning of that, Krisha reached down for the feather and placed it in his crown. This beautiful one-of-a-kind piece makes for spectacular looking d"Ýcor in any setting.