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BALAJI

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    Balaji Chanku Chakkarm 11.2″

    11,700

    Handcrafted brass figurine of Lord Balaji with his sigils, the Shanku and Chakram on either side. They are powerful symbols of protection, and are revered as the God himself. The idol stands on a carved pedestal. The lord is shown in elaborate finery with garlands and jewels gracing his person. The idol is ornately carved and detailed 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 work together to purify your homes, and imbue pure positive energy to it. His blessings bring protection and prosperity into your homes.

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    Balaji Face 2″

    990

    Handcrafted Brass bust of Lord Balaji featuring his sigils, the Shanku and Chakram. This extremely detailed depiction of the Lord Vishnu is beautiful to behold and reminds us of his grace. The face is lined with calmness and serenity, expertly rendered by the skilled artisan. The bust can be hung in the Puja room for worship.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 figurine, work together to purify your homes, and imbue pure positive energy to it. His blessings bring protection and prosperity into your homes.

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    Balaji With Arch 11.6″

    14,400

    Handcrafted brass figurine of Lord Balaji as depicted in the famous Tirupathi Tirumala Devasthanam. The idol stands on a carved pedestal. The lord is shown in elaborate finery with garlands and jewels gracing his person. The idol is ornately carved and detailed 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 work together to purify your homes and imbue pure positive energy to it. His blessings bring protection and prosperity into your homes.

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    Balaji With Arch 8.4″

    12,600

    Handcrafted brass figurine of Lord Balaji as depicted in the famous Tirupathi Tirumala Devasthanam. The idol stands on a carved pedestal. The lord is shown in elaborate finery with garlands and jewels gracing his person. The idol is ornately carved and detailed 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 work together to purify your homes and imbue pure positive energy to it. His blessings bring protection and prosperity into your homes.

DURGA

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    Durga Devi 10.4″

    19,800

    Handcrafted Brass statue of Maa Durga. She is depicted in her fierce persona, seated on her Simha vaahana (Lion mount). Seven of her eight arms carry fearsome weapons, but the lowermost right hand is held in Abhayamudra. She is a form of Shakthi, and is a compassionate mother at heart.Durga’s presence in our homes protects us from all evil, as she protected us once from the demon Mahishasura. She instils courage and hope in the hearts of her devotees. Light a lamp to her every Friday evening, with an offering of Jaggery. This will remove all obstacles and bring new opportunities.

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    Durga Devi 9.2″

    9,900

    Handcrafted Brass statue of Maa Durga. She is depicted in her fierce persona, seated on her Simha vaahana (Lion mount). Seven of her eight arms carry fearsome weapons, but the lowermost right hand is held in Abhayamudra. She is a form of Shakthi, and is a compassionate mother at heart.Durga’s presence in our homes protects us from all evil, as she protected us once from the demon Mahishasura. She instils courage and hope in the hearts of her devotees. Light a lamp to her every Friday evening, with an offering of Jaggery. This will remove all obstacles and bring new opportunities.

GOMATHA

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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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    Gomatha 2.8″

    2,250

    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 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 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 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 6.8″

    10,800

    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 Triangle 3.2″

    3,600

    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.

GANESHA

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    Ananda Ganesha 3.2″

    3,150

    Handcrafted brass idol of Ganesha, with four arms. Ananda Ganesha displays pure bliss. He brings joy with his presence. 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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    Diwan Ganesha 5.6″

    12,600

    Brass idol of Lord Ganesha, reclining on a luxuriously appointed Diwan. He is depicted in a half upright pose in beautiful robes and adornments. His playful vaahana, the mouse is by his feet. The Diwan is intricately crafted in the shape of a graceful peacock with elaborate plumage, and has a carved pillow for resting his head.
    Ganesha’s presence in our home creates a divine ambiance that leads us on the true spiritual path. He destroys illusions of the material world with his infinite wisdom. Besides attracting positive energy into your space, the Diwan Ganesha is also a unique addition to your décor, highlighting the traditional Indian theme.

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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 8″

    18,900

    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 8″

    15,300

    A bronze 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 13.6″

    31,500

    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 4.8″

    5,400

    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 6.4″

    6,600

    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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    Ganesha With Base 5.2″

    5,400

    Handcrafted brass idol of Ganesha, set on a round carved 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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    Ganesha With Base 5.2″

    6,600

    Bronze idol of Lord Ganesha seated on a base. The Boy God, the son of the mighty Shiva and Parvaty is a fierce warrior. A prayer to him everyday, removes obstacles from our lives and helps us overcome struggles. With his lower hands, he blesses his devotees and gives them the sweet reward for thier righteousness. With the pasha and Ankusha , he rids the world of Maya and guides them on the spiritual path. The wise God , finished in alluring brass and copper two toned finish is truly a divine presence in our puja rooms. He leads us to prosperity through true wisdom ndhardwork.

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    Ganesha With Base 5.2″

    8,100

    Handcrafted brass idol of Ganesha, set on a round carved 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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    Jula Ganesha 17.6″

    27,000

    Brass idol of Ganesha seated on an exquisitely carved Jhula or Swing. The Jhula itself is set on a carved pedestal with traditional floral motifs. The Jhula is set against an elaborate frame or Prabhavali, which can be customised. The pillars of the Prabhai are carved with floral designs, and other religious friezes, that are found in Temple sculptures. Ganesha is depicted with four arms, armed with the Pasha and Ankusha. Beginning your day with a prayer to him, creates an auspicious ambiance for the whole day. The metals also vibrate together to create positivity in the space. The idol is perfect to adorn your Puja room, and as part of an ethnic décor theme in other rooms.

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    Jula Ganesha 9.2″

    9,900

    Brass idol of Ganesha seated on an exquisitely carved Jhula or Swing. The Jhula itself is set on a carved pedestal with traditional floral motifs. The Jhula is set against an elaborate frame or Prabhavali, which can be customised. The pillars of the Prabhai are carved with floral designs, and other religious friezes, that are found in Temple sculptures. Ganesha is depicted with four arms, armed with the Pasha and Ankusha. Beginning your day with a prayer to him, creates an auspicious ambiance for the whole day. The metals also vibrate together to create positivity in the space. The idol is perfect to adorn your Puja room, and as part of an ethnic décor theme in other rooms.

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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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    Musical Ganesha 3.6″

    8,100

    The Ganesha of contemporary Times. This is a set of 5 handcrafted brass Ganesha idols, each sporting a different musical instrument. The figurines are depicted playing traditional Indian
    instruments like the Flute, Mridangam, Veena, and Cymbals. They are set together on a base with traditional temple carvings. Ganesha is a God with infinite knowledge, having mastered all the arts and scriptures. He is said to be the inspiration of all earthly music, as rhythms and vibrations are channelled through him. This fine idol set not only sets a creative and positive ambiance in your homes, but will also be a charming accent to your décor.

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    One Side Ganesha 1.2″

    150

    A brass figurine of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles. The Mighty son of Parvathi is a warrior who protects his devotees, with his infinite wisdom. The handcrafted idol represents the seated form of Ganesha, set on a Lotus petal patterned pedestal. He is framed by a beautiful Prabhavali, carved with traditional designs. This idol is perfect for the Puja room, your desk, the car, or any other place where you want Ganesha’s presence. 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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    One Side Ganesha With Arch 2.4″

    600

    A brass figurine of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles. The Mighty son of Parvathi is a warrior who protects his devotees, with his infinite wisdom. The handcrafted idol represents the seated form of Ganesha, set on a Lotus petal patterned pedestal. He is framed by a beautiful Prabhavali, carved with traditional designs.This idol is perfect for the Puja room, your desk, the car, or any other place where you want Ganesha’s presence. Begin each day with a prayer to him, which will make your entire life 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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    One Side Ganesha With Arch 2.4″

    630

    A brass figurine of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles. The Mighty son of Parvathi is a warrior who protects his devotees, with his infinite wisdom. The handcrafted idol represents the seated form of Ganesha, set on a Lotus petal patterned pedestal. He is framed by a beautiful Prabhavali, carved with traditional designs.This idol is perfect for the Puja room, your desk, the car, or any other place where you want Ganesha’s presence. Begin each day with a prayer to him, which will make your entire life 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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    Pagadi Ganesha 19.6″

    54,000

    Brass idol of Ganesha with a playful Pagadi (Turban) instead of his traditional crown. He is depicted seated on a handsome throne carved with the likeness of delicate lotus petals in the traditional Indian design. Hailed as the remover of obstacles, Ganesha is worshipped at the onset of auspicious events, with the first prayer dedicated to him. Having a Ganesh idol in our immediate surroundings is said to banish the place of evil and smoothen the path for any endeavours. Armed with the Pasha and Ankusha, he rids the world of Maya and delivers his devotees on the right spiritual path. He blesses them that they may overcome fear with wisdom and gives them the sweet reward for their righteousness.

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    Pagadi Ganesha 8″

    11,900

    Brass idol of Ganesha with a playful Pagadi(Turban) instead of his traditional crown. He is depicted seated on a handsome throne carved with the likeness of delicate lotus petals in the traditional Indian design. Hailed as the remover of obstacles, Ganesha is worshipped at the onset of auspicious events, with the first prayer dedicated to him. Having a Ganesh idol in our immediate surrounding is said to banish the place of evil and smoothen the path for any endeavours. Armed with the pasha and ankusha he rids the world of maya and delivers his devotees on the right spiritual path. He blesses them that they may overcome fear with wisdom and gives them the sweet reward for their righteousness.

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    Pillayarpatti Ganesha 2.4″

    1,650

    This handcrafted idol was designed to be the likeness of the famous Ganesha idol, in the iconic town of Pillayarpatti, in Tamil Nadu. The Pillayarpatti Vinayakar dates back to the 4th Century AD and is carved in the cave of the Pillayapatti hillocks. He is very powerful, and he helps those of true faith overcome their hurdles. A prayer to him at the beginning of each day, will make your day productive, as he removes all hurdles. With his lower hands, he blesses his devotees and gives them the sweet reward for their righteousness. With the pasha and Ankusha, he rids the world of Maya and guides them on the spiritual path.

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    Uthama Ganesha 8″

    36,000

    Handcrafted bronze idol of Ganesha, with four arms. Uthama Ganesha is one who is pure, free of all illusions. 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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    Uthama Ganesha 8″

    31,500

    Handcrafted bronze idol of Ganesha, with four arms. Uthama Ganesha is one who is pure, free of all illusions. 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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    Uthama Ganesha 8″

    34,200

    Handcrafted bronze idol of Ganesha, with four arms. Uthama Ganesha is one who is pure, free of all illusions. 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.

HANUMAN

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    Hanuman Sitting 4″

    2,700

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his right arm raised in Abahyamudra. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Panchamuga Hanuman 12″

    36,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Hanuman in his Panchamuga avatar. The fierce warrior God, assumed the five headed form to defeat Mahaviran, the brother of Ravana. The idol depicts the heads of
    Anjanaeya facing east, Karala Ugraveera Narasimha facing south, Mahaveera Garuda, facing west, Lakshmi Varaha facing north, and Hayagriva, facing upwards.Worshipping Panchamukhi Hanuman, grants us mastery over the five senses that they represent. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us thestrength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Standing Hanuman 5.6″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his right arm raised in Abahyamudra. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful, and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Standing Hanuman 5.6″

    2,700

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his right arm raised in Abahyamudra. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful, and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Standing Hanuman 8″

    8,100

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his right arm raised in Abahyamudra. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful, and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Standing Hanuman 8″

    9,900

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his right arm raised in Abahyamudra. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful, and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

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    Standing Hanuman With Base 10.4″

    10,800

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Hanuman standing on a beautiful Lotus Pedestal with his arms folded in veneration. He is the son of the Wind God Vayu. He is the epitome of devotion to Lord Rama. Tasked with finding Sita, he plays a significant role in Ram’s victory in Lanka. He stands for all that is faithful, and courageous, armed with his mighty mace. Hanuman stands for Power, combined with humility. The best way to worship Lord Hanuman is to light lamps with sesame oil on Tuesdays and Saturdays. He blesses us with the courage to face our struggles. Reading the Hanuman Chalisa every day gives us the strength of body and mind to be steadfast in our endeavours.

KAMADHENU

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    Kamadhenu 6″

    6,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Kamadhenu, the divine cow. She is believed to be the origin of all creation and revered as a mother. She is depicted with a cow’s body and the head of a woman. She also has wings and the plumage of a peacock. She stands gracefully atop a brass pedestal carved with lotus petal motifs. Kamadhenu is believed to bring Selvam (Prosperity) and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into our homes. She was gifted with the ability to grant any boon, having been created by Lord Krishna. She contains all of divinity within her. Her presence in the Puja room ensures that all our prayers are answered and creates an auspicious ambiance.

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    Kamadhenu 6″

    8,100

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Kamadhenu, the divine cow. She is believed to be the origin of all creation and revered as a mother. She is depicted with a cow’s body and the head of a woman. She also has wings and the plumage of a peacock. She stands gracefully atop a brass pedestal carved with lotus petal motifs. Kamadhenu is believed to bring Selvam (Prosperity) and Vatsalyam (Fertility) into our homes. She was gifted with the ability to grant any boon, having been created by Lord Krishna. She contains all of divinity within her. Her presence in the Puja room ensures that all our prayers are answered and creates an auspicious ambiance.

KRISHNA

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    Crawling Krishna 3.6″

    2,250

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the baby Krishna, in a crawling pose. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted with his hair in a bun, adorned with a peacock feather. His right hand which is raised has his favourite ball of freshly churned butter. He is adorned in fine jewellery and rich robes. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. Bala Krishna’s presence in our home is like having a child, and he is to be loved and cherished as such. The idol should be placed in the North east Corner of the home to attract fertility. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

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    Crawling Krishna 3.6″

    2,250

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the baby Krishna, in a crawling pose. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted with his hair in a bun, adorned with a peacock feather. His right hand which is raised has his favourite ball of freshly churned butter. He is adorned in fine jewellery and rich robes. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. Bala Krishna’s presence in our home is like having a child, and he is to be loved and cherished as such. The idol should be placed in the North east Corner of the home to attract fertility. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

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    Jula Radha Krishna 18″

    31,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, seated beside each other, in a beautiful Jhula or swing. 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.

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    Konda Krishna 5.2″

    3,900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute, framed by a Tree, carved in elegant scroll patterns. His robes are also similarly carved in fluid scroll patterns that bring his image to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

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    Konda Krishna Jalli 14.8″

    11,700

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute, framed by a Tree, carved in elegant scroll patterns. His robes are also similarly carved in fluid scroll patterns that bring his image to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

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    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    990

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

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    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    720

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

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    Krishna Kaliya 2″

    630

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Bala Krishna depicting his famous encounter with the snake demon Kaliya. He is shown dancing atop the snake, which led the snake to spit out the poison. The form of young Krishna is dynamically carved by the skilled artisan, making the scene come alive with fluid lines. Having a Bala Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping Krishna fills our hearts with pure love and affection. Couples expecting a child or praying to have children should properly consecrate the idol and worship Krishna. Placed in the North-East corner of the house and with due Pujas, the Lord blesses the household with children and happiness.

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    Krishna With Cow & Tree 13.2″

    36,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing in the shade of a tree, with a cow near him, on a carved brass pedestal. He plays the flute, whose melodies bring all the animals and humans to his lotus feet. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The ideology of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

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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.

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    Radha Krishna 6″

    3,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the divine couple Radha and Krishna, standing beside each other in divine ecstasy. 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.

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    Standing Krishna 6″

    3,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Krishna, standing and playing on his flute. Lord Krishna being the 8th avatar of Vishnu, and is revered by many across the world. He is depicted standing on a carved brass pedestal with a flute decorated with a peacock embellishment. His robes are carved in fluid lines that brings his frame to life. His Blessings are as limited and unlimited as the devotee’s desires. The idealogy of Krishna slaying the demon Kamsa is an allegory to his destroying our inner demons and setting us on the spiritual path. Krishna is best worshipped on Wednesdays with an offering of fresh butter sprinkled with crushed rock sugar.

LAKSHMI

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    Lakshmi Narasimhar 2.8″

    2,100

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Lord Vishnu as Lakshmi Narasimhar. He took on the Ugra Avatar of Narasimhar to destroy the evil forces of the Asuras. To control the fury of the avatar, Goddess Lakshmi sat on his lap and calmed him down. This idol depicts them in the same pose, with the goddess delicately set upon his regal lap. The presence of Vishnu with Maa Lakshmi, balances the aura of your home. Vishnu is to be worshipped every Thursday, while Lakshmi Puja is to be performed on Fridays. 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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    Lakshmi With Arch 8″

    15,300

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted framed by an elegant Prabhavali topped with a Lion’s head, and floral carvings. Her four arms represent the goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Arch 13.6″

    31,500

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted framed by an elegant Prabhavali topped with a Lion’s head, and floral carvings. Her four arms represent the goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 3.2″

    1,500

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    6,600

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    8,100

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Base 5.2″

    5,400

    A noble brass idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Sq. Base 5.6″

    9,900

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Lakshmi With Sq. Base 5.6″

    8,100

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    36,000

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    31,500

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

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    Uthama Lakshmi 8″

    27,000

    A noble bronze idol of Goddess Lakshmi, seated on a beautiful Lotus throne. She rose from the cosmic ocean and chose Lord Vishnu as her consort. She is depicted with four arms representing the four goals of humanity – Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. With her open arms, she embodies compassion and charity. The compassionate mother is welcomed into our homes by lighting lamps in the evening to guide her to us. The Lakshmi Puja is to be performed every Friday. The Lakshmi idol is optimally placed in the highest seat in the northern corner of the home or in the Puja room. She blesses our home with never-ending prosperity, happiness, and fertility.

MURUGAR

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    Murugar 6″

    3,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar 4″

    1,800

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar Valli Deivanai 4″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, with his consorts Valli and Deivanai. The Divine trio is depicted standing on a stepped pedestal and framed by an elaborate Prabhavali, richly carved with floral motifs, elephants, and Lion’s head. Each of them stands on a Lotus base, carved with petal motifs. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Arch 10″

    18,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. The idol is framed by an elegant Prabhavali or Arch, which is carved in traditional motifs. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Arch 10″

    15,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. The idol is framed by an elegant Prabhavali or Arch, which is carved in traditional motifs. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 6″

    7,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 12.4″

    27,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage. He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

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    Murugar With Peacock 6″

    9,000

    Handcrafted Bronze idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi. He was born to be a warrior who would save the people from the Asuras. He is depicted here armed with his Spear, and the sugarcane bow and flower arrow in his upper arms. His vaahana the peacock is by his side, with a heavily carved plumage.He is praised for his beauty and affectionately called as Karthikeya by the six Krittikas who raised him. Murugar protects those who are less fortunate and guides them to prosperity. Tuesdays are the best days to pray to him, and Puja is also performed on Shashti Thithis each month. His blessings will help us overcome Karma (Destiny), Maya (Illusion), and Ahankar (Ego).

NATARAJA

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    Natarajar 10.8″

    4,500

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 10.4″

    12,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 12″

    12,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 14″

    33,300

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 4.4″

    720

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 4.4″

    540

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

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    Natarajar 5.2″

    900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of Nataraja, the Lord Shiva in his dancing Thandav pose. Nataraja means the “Lord of Dance”. This image of Lord Shiva is a very dynamic, a freeze frame of vibrant motion. The idol of Natraja enables us to channel our energy productively and in creative ways.Natraja is portrayed as surrounded by an Arch of flames which denotes the cosmic flame, the origin and end of all creation. He stands on a Lotus pedestal over the demon ‘Apasmara’, symbolising the defeat of ignorance. All artisans and dancers especially, lay offerings to Natraja before any performance.

SHIVA

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    Sivalingam 2.4″

    450

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, a symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most widely worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India. The Shivalinga is said to harness the cosmic energy of creation into our homes.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva destroys any negative forces, and Maa Parvati blesses us with peace and prosperity. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivalingam With Snake 3.2″

    2,100

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    12,600

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    10,800

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivalingam With Snake 9.2″

    13,500

    Handcrafted brass Shivalingam, with the divine five headed snake protecting it from the elements. The Shivalingam is the symbolic representation of the union of masculine and feminine energies, signifying their equality. The Shivalingam is the most worshipped form of Lord Shiva in India.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivan Family 18″

    45,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, with his divine family of Parvati, Ganesha and Karthigeya. A small Shivalinga is nestled at the bottom of the platform they are sitting upon, symbolising the union of Masculine and Feminine forces. Shiva is shown with a serpent encircling his neck and a fierce trident (Soolam) in his hand.Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva destroys any negative forces, and Maa Parvati blesses us with peace and prosperity. Ganesha and Karthigeya protect us in our spiritual journey. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivan With Soolam 4″

    3,600

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivan With Soolam 14.8″

    36,900

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivan With Soolam 4″

    3,000

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.

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    Sivan With Soolam 6″

    5,400

    Handcrafted Brass idol of the Lord Shiva, the Destroyer of evil, in a meditative pose with his trusted Soolam by his side. The Soolam and the damru tied to it represent the infinity from which all life is created. Shiva is portrayed by the artisan with a calm and serene face that has perfectly captured his divine power. Calmness radiates from the idol, which is necessary for harmonious living within a family. Shiva is the Destroyer in the Hindu religious trinity. He also enforces new creation with the vibrations of his Ruthrathandavam. His presence destroys all negative forces in our space. Monday is the most auspicious day of the week to pray to Lord Shiva.