Religion and Devotion

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  • Groom Ganesha - Mapillai Ganesha 14" Bronze finish

    This bronze statue depicts the versatile elephant head God Ganesha in a new role. Here, he walks in as a bridegroom holding the customary umbrella.   His statue is made following the traditional iconography hence he is depicted to have two arms, a broken tusk and the trunk curls towards the right to hold a coconut.  Upon Ganesha's forehead the third eye is inscribed upon. 
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 21,860.00
  • Groom Ganesha - Mapillai Ganesha 12" Bronze finish

    This bronze statue depicts the versatile elephant head God Ganesha in a new role. Here, he walks in as a bridegroom holding the customary umbrella.   His statue is made following the traditional iconography hence he is depicted to have two arms, a broken tusk and the trunk curls towards the right to hold a coconut.  Upon Ganesha's forehead the third eye is inscribed upon. 
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 16,247.00
  • Ananda Thandavam 21" Antique Finish

    Nataraja is derived from the Sanskrit words Natya (dance) and Raja (king) meaning "Lord of Dance". Several centuries ago, the Chola artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. This sculpture a metaphor of the cosmic dance unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics. It is the Nataraja: Shiva as Lord of the Dance, the ultimate Chola icon. This dance aptly named 'Dance of Bliss' or Aananda Taandavam is a well known sculptural symbol in India and is popularly used as a symbol of Indian culture.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 47,100.00

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  • Nataraja - Anandatandava 12" Antique Finish

    Natarja is derived from the Sanskrit words Natya (dance) and Raja (king) meaning 'Lord of Dance'. Several centuries ago, the Chola artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. This sculpture a metaphor of the cosmic dance unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics. It is the Nataraja: Shiva as Lord of the Dance, the ultimate Chola icon. This dance aptly named 'Dance of Bliss' or Aananda Taandavam is a well known sculptural symbol in India and is popularly used as a symbol of Indian culture.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 18,167.00
  • Nataraja - Tandav 12" Bronze Finish

    It is the Nataraja: Shiva as Lord of the Dance, the ultimate Chola icon. Nataraja is derived from the Sanskrit words Natya (dance) and Raja (king) meaning "Lord of Dance". Tandav is a divine dance performed by Nataraja. Hundreds of years ago, Chola sculptures created visual images of Nataraja in various postures of Tandav as a spectacular series of bronzes. Collectively, the Tandav sculptures can be considered as one of the elegant and sublime representation of the creation of the universe at the beginning of each cosmic cycle.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 17,800.00

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  • Nataraja Urdhva Tandava-12" Antique Finish

    It is the Nataraja - Shiva as Lord of the Dance, the ultimate Chola icon. Nataraja is derived from the Sanskrit words Natya (dance) and Raja (king) meaning "Lord of Dance". Tandav is a divine dance performed by Nataraja.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 16,800.00

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  • Krishna Kaliyamardan 14" Antique Finish

    Krishna means 'the black one' although he is often portrayed with blue skin. His life which can be summed up as a string of heroic feats, is still one of the most told fable in India.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 14,500.00

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  • Krishna - Kaliyamardan 12" Antique Finish

    Krishna means 'the black one' although he is often portrayed with blue skin. His life which can be summed up as a string of heroic feats, is still one of the most told fable in India.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 12,500.00

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  • Vishnu-12" Patina Finish

    Vishnu is the Supreme God of Vaishnavism, one of the three main sects of Hinduism. His consort is Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. The Vishnu Sahasranama (book containing 1000 names of Lord Vishnu) declares Vishnu as Paramatman (supreme soul) and Parameshwara(supreme God). It describes Vishnu as the all pervading essence of all beings, the master of and beyond the past, present and future, the creator and destroyer of all existences, one who supports, preserves, sustains and governs the universe and originates and develops all elements within.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 16,986.00
  • Bogashakti 15" Patina Finish

    Bogashakti, the consort of Shiva is also known as Shakti, the energy giving power behind all creation. Shakti is shown in many avatars(delebrate descent of a deity to earth). She is the Great Mother. In the form of Durga She is a fierce Goddess, the ego and arrogance that man must subdue. In her angry form she is Kali. In her sensual form she is Bogashakti.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 38,993.00
  • Bogashakti 12" Patina Finish

    Bogashakti, the consort of Shiva is also known as Shakti, the energy giving power behind all creation. Shakti is shown in many avatars(delebrate descent of a deity to earth). She is the Great Mother. In the form of Durga She is a fierce Goddess, the ego and arrogance that man must subdue. In her angry form she is Kali. In her sensual form she is Bogashakti.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 21,712.00
  • Bogashakti 10" Patina Finish

    Bogashakti, the consort of Shiva is also known as Shakti, the energy giving power behind all creation. Shakti is shown in many avatars(delebrate descent of a deity to earth). She is the Great Mother. In the form of Durga She is a fierce Goddess, the ego and arrogance that man must subdue. In her angry form she is Kali. In her sensual form she is Bogashakti.
    Bengaluru, India
    Price
    Rs 17,133.00
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