Brass oil lamps are used in favorable moments and solemn occasions.
This Hanging Brass lamp is crafted by skilled Sri lankan Traditional Craftsman.
|Dimensions||3.2 × 3.5 cm|
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This masterpiece Ganesha statue is an awesome artwork of Brass, turquoise & coral stones. The workmanship of stones is seamless (without any gaps in the stonework) that speaks volumes of the quality of work. Keep it in your temple for prosperity & good luck or gift it to someone .
According to several ancient scriptures, there are a lot of ways to attract prosperity into your lives. Some Shastras even mention certain remedies with the help of which one can boost their financial stance and get rid of any obstacle coming their way to success. The elephant is considered a holy animal in Hindu religion as it is associated with Lord Ganesha, who is revered as the remover of the obstacle. Hindu devotees worship him with the belief that he would discard all the struggles of their life and would bless them with joy, prosperity, and health.
Avalokiteśvara is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. This magnificent bronze Bodhisattva statue was discovered in 1968 at Veragala Sirisangabo Vihara, Allavava (Anuradhapura district, Sri Lanka). The eyes are inlaid with rock-crystals and the elaborately plaited jatamakuta is inset with precious stones. The large empty space in the centre of the hairdress was probably inset with a cameo figure of a Buddha; a reasonable assumption since, with the exception of a very worn statue, all other images seated in the same position hear an effigy of the Tathagata Amitabha in the head-dress. It is interesting to point out that all images seated in a combination of lalitasana and rajalilasana display the kataka mudra with the right hand, a gesture intended to hold an attribute.Rs. 285,000.00 Add to cart
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The King of Dance - Nataraja. Nataraja or Nataraj depicts the third god of Hindus - The Lord Shiva. In this avatar Shiva - who is believed to be the destroyer of all evils is shown in the form of a divine dancer performing his dance. The dance signifies putting an end to an exhausted world and signaling the creation of a new world by the Lord Brahma, first god responsible for the creation of the universe. In this brass sculpture Lord Shiva is seen dancing in a ring of flames, while lifting his left leg and is seen balancing on demon that is believed to signify his ignorance. That is - when Shiva comes as Nataraj he is on his own, without any fear of any evils, or any obstacles. Nataraj is always depicted with his four hands. A cobra (snake) uncoils from his lower right forearm. The upper right hand holds a "Damru", a small drum shaped instrument. The second right hand is in 'Abhayamudra' meaning protection against evil and ignorance. The upper left hand contains fire, symbolizing destruction. The second left hand points towards the raised foot which signifies liberation.Rs. 84,000.00 Add to cart