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IDOLS

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    Andhra Gomatha 11.6″

    31,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Gomatha, the divine cow, with her suckling calf. Gomatha is venerated as Goddess Lakshmi herself, taken birth to bestow us with abundance. The artisan has carved her features in delicate detail. She is said to contain all that is divine within her body, and that is also carved in the figurine. Gomatha is a divine sight for sore eyes and an attractive Puja room decor. Worshipping the Gomatha brings much desired affluence. Since she is worshipped as Maa Lakshmi, it is best to worship Gomatha on Fridays, by lighting a lamp before the idol in the evenings. Her presence brings Selvam (Prosperity), and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into your home, and the idol is an ideal gift for newly married couples.

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    Andhra Gomatha 5.6″

    7,200

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Gomatha, the divine cow, with her suckling calf. Gomatha is venerated as Goddess Lakshmi herself, taken birth to bestow us with abundance. The artisan has carved her features in delicate detail. She is said to contain all that is divine within her body, and that is also carved in the figurine. Gomatha is a divine sight for sore eyes and an attractive Puja room decor. Worshipping the Gomatha brings much desired affluence. Since she is worshipped as Maa Lakshmi, it is best to worship Gomatha on Fridays, by lighting a lamp before the idol in the evenings. Her presence brings Selvam (Prosperity), and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into your home, and the idol is an ideal gift for newly married couples.

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    Buddha 10.4″

    14,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the iconic religious leader, Gautama Buddha. He was the founder of Buddhism and is revered as one of the Jain Tirthankaras. He is shown seated in the Padmasana posture, with his right hand raised in blessing, and left hand on his lap. The deeply meditative state can be seen in his calm face, skilfully carved by traditional artisans. Buddha has always been associated with peace, and that is what this idol brings to our lives. The idol’s presence promotes peace and harmony, while the metals vibrate with positivity. His guiding energy will show us the true path to spiritual well being and enlightenment. Placing the Buddha at eye level in our homes, study rooms, or work space is said to promote productivity.

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    Buddha 14.4″

    36,000

    Bronze idol of Gautama Buddha , seated in the Padmasana Posture. He is the founder of Buddhism and is venerated as one of the Tirthankaras, the prophets of Jainism. Buddha has always been associated with calmness, shielding his power. Though many people worship him as a god, actual Buddhism extols him as a Guru who can show us the true path to attaining Nirvana. Buddha idols and imagery in our presence can infuse us with peace and ability to handle critical tasks with ease and clarity. They cleanse our minds from becoming murky with temporary troubles. In royal Silver antique finish they are a delightful part of our decor, and are a status symbol of prosperity.

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    Buddha 5.6″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the iconic religious leader, Gautama Buddha. He was the founder of Buddhism and is revered as one of the Jain Tirthankaras. He is shown seated in the Padmasana posture, with his right hand raised in blessing, and left hand on his lap. The deeply meditative state can be seen in his calm face, skilfully carved by traditional artisans. Buddha has always been associated with peace, and that is what this idol brings to our lives. The idol’s presence promotes peace and harmony, while the metals vibrate with positivity. His guiding energy will show us the true path to spiritual well being and enlightenment. Placing the Buddha at eye level in our homes, study rooms, or work space is said to promote productivity.

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    Dasavatharam Set 6″

    27,000

    Handcrafted brass figurines depicting the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu, the Dasavataram. They are also believed to portray the evolution of mankind. Each of them are placed on a brass pedestal carved with lotus petal motifs. They are ornately carved, and each idol is distinctly detailed to perfection by some of India’s finest craftsmen. Lord Vishnu is worshipped as the protector, and each of his avatars are revered for saving humanity. Vishnu is best worshipped on Thursdays, by offering laddus, or sweet dal. The premium metals in the idol set, work together to purify your homes, and imbue pure positive energy to it. The blessings of the deities also brings protection, prosperity, and abundance into your homes.

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    Ganesha With Arch 13.2″

    18,000

    A brass figurine of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles. The handcrafted idol represents the seated form of Ganesha, set on a Lotus petal patterned pedestal. He is framed by a beautiful Prabhavali. The arch is topped with a Lion head, and is intricately carved in traditional motifs. He is a warrior who protects his devotees, with his infinite wisdom.This idol is perfect for the Puja room, or as a decorative element in your living room. Begin each day with a prayer to him, which will make your entire day filled with auspiciousness. The traditional metals used in making the idol, also cast positive vibrations in your space, cleansing it of stagnant energy.

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    Ganesha With Arch Wood 12″

    22,500

    Brass idol of Lord Ganesha framed by a beautiful arch with intricate design, he is shown at the threshold between realms and of all creation.Hailed as the remover of obstacles, Ganesha is worshipped at the onset of auspicious events and a general prayer is made to him before starting any task. Having a Ganesh idol in our immediate surrounding is said to banish the place of evil and smoothen the path for any endeavours. Handcrafted, with a striking brass and copper finish he is a valuable addition to your homes both in blessings and decor.

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    Gomatha 5.6″

    5,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Gomatha, the divine cow, with her suckling calf. Gomatha is venerated as Goddess Lakshmi herself, taken birth to bestow us with abundance. The calf represents all life on earth, and she nurtures it with her milk. The artisan has carved her features in delicate detail, showing her as adorned with chains, and a decorated cloth over her shoulders. Gomatha is a divine sight for sore eyes and an attractive Puja room decor. Worshipping the Gomatha brings much desired affluence. Since she is worshipped as Maa Lakshmi, it is best to worship Gomatha on Fridays, by lighting a lamp before the idol in the evenings. Her presence brings Selvam (Prosperity), and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into your home, and the idol is an ideal gift for newly married couples.

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    Gomatha 10.8″

    19,800

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Gomatha, the divine cow, with her suckling calf. Gomatha is venerated as Goddess Lakshmi herself, taken birth to bestow us with abundance. The calf represents all life on earth, and she nurtures it with her milk. The artisan has carved her features in delicate detail, showing her as adorned with chains, and a decorated cloth over her shoulders. Gomatha is a divine sight for sore eyes and an attractive Puja room decor. Worshipping the Gomatha brings much desired affluence. Since she is worshipped as Maa Lakshmi, it is best to worship Gomatha on Fridays, by lighting a lamp before the idol in the evenings. Her presence brings Selvam (Prosperity), and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into your home, and the idol is an ideal gift for newly married couples.

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    Gomatha 4″

    3,900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Gomatha, the divine cow, with her suckling calf. Gomatha is venerated as Goddess Lakshmi herself, taken birth to bestow us with abundance. The calf represents all life on earth, and she nurtures it with her milk. The artisan has carved her features in delicate detail, showing her as adorned with chains, and a decorated cloth over her shoulders. Gomatha is a divine sight for sore eyes and an attractive Puja room decor. Worshipping the Gomatha brings much desired affluence. Since she is worshipped as Maa Lakshmi, it is best to worship Gomatha on Fridays, by lighting a lamp before the idol in the evenings. Her presence brings Selvam (Prosperity), and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into your home, and the idol is an ideal gift for newly married couples.

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    Lotus Ganesha 12″

    45,000

    Handcrafted brass idol of Ganesha, set on a carved Lotus pedestal. His crown, garland, jewellery, and robes are finely carved in floral and geometric motifs. In his upper hands he carries the Pasha and Ankusha. His lower right hand is raised in blessing, and lower left hand holds the sweet modak, the reward for our devotion. The brass metal attracts positive energy and auspiciousness into the home. Ganesha’s divine presence in our space, lends a spirited ambiance. He is the first God to be prayed to in the day, as he is the lord of auspicious beginnings. He leads us to the prosperity and wisdom we seek, by imparting his infinite intelligence and protection.

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    Radha Krishna 30″

    59,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, standing beside each other in divine ecstacy. The idol stands for the male and female energies, existing harmoniously together.  This idol is an ode to their undying devotion for their eternal love. The very presence of the idol induces emotions of peace and love and serves as a reminder of our soul’s seeking the union with God. The brass of the metal cleanses the home, and attracts positive energy. The idol can be placed anywhere in the house, but married couples benefit most from it when placed in the bedrooms. The powerful imagery is mesmerising and the metals combined, harness love and harmony within the space.