Panchloha Idols

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    Annapoorani 1.75

     810.00

    Panchaloga idol of Annapoorani, the ‘Goddess of Nutrition’. Worshipping her and having her presence in our homes ensures we would never have want of food and our lands are blessed with abundant crops and we shall prosper in kind. Having been insulted by Shiva, Parvaty causes adrought and famine on earth. As she sees mankind’s suffering, she relents and provides them with sustenance. Having satedeveryones need for nourishment, she was honored with the name ‘Annapoorani’ where in ‘Annam’ means Food and ‘Poorani’ means she who shall fulfill the need.

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    Balaji Face 2

     990.00

    Panchaloha bust of Lord Balaji or Venkateshwara in all his finery. The Panchaloha idol acts as a receiver for the divine energy and invokes the Protectors blessings as Lord Balaji is an avatar of Vishnu, washing over us with his infinite compassion. In a pleasant brass antique finish, the idol is an inviting presence in your homes.

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    Balaji with Arch 2

     540.00

    The standing idol of Lord Balaji or Venkateshwara in all his finery, framed by a magnificent arch is a view unto the lord of the Tirupati Tirumala. The Panchaloha idol acts as a receiver for the divine energy and invokes the Protectors blessings as Lord Balaji is an avatar of Vishnu, washing over us with his infinite compassion. In a pleasant brass antique finish the idol is an inviting presence in your homes.

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    Balaji with Arch 2.75

     1,800.00

    The standing idol of Lord Balaji or Venkateshwara in all his finery, framed by a magnificent arch is a view unto the lord of the Tirupati Tirumala. The Panchaloga idol acts as a receiver for the divine energy and invokes the Protectors blessings as Lord Balaji is an avatar of Vishnu, washing over us with his infinite compassion. In a pleasant brass antique finish the idol is an inviting presence in your homes.

  • Ethnic

    Balaji with Arch 2.75

     2,100.00

    The standing idol of Lord Balaji or Venkateshwara in all his finery, framed by a magnificent arch is a view unto the lord of the Tirupati Tirumala. The Panchaloha idol acts as a receiver for the divine energy and invokes the Protectors blessings as Lord Balaji is an avatar of Vishnu, washing over us with his infinite compassion. In a pleasant silver antique finish the idol is an inviting presence in your homes.

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    Dhanalakshmi 2.5

     2,700.00

    Panchaloga idol of Dhanalakshmi, one of the Ashtalakshmis. She rose from the cosmic ocean when it was churned by the Devas and Asuras for Amrit. She represents the quality of charity and blesses those with a generous heart. The greatest wealth comes from sharing with others less fortunate than us. The idol’s presence invites abudance into our homes, to sow good will around us.

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    Kaliya 2

     540.00

    Panchaloga idol of Bala Krishna immortalised as he danced atop the Snake Demon Kaliya. The Bal Krishna idol represents motherood and the innocence of children. As a baby, his birth father Vasudev, leaves him at the house of his friend Nanda in Vrindavan to protect him from the Demon King Kamsa. In Vrindavan he is beset with demons that Kamsa sends to kill him. The demon serpent Kaliya poisoned the Yamuna with his venom. Krishna slays the snake by dancing atop his head and making him spit out his poison. Growing up he conquers Mathura restoring the throne to his birth parents , the rightful heirs. Having a Bal Krishna idol at home is akin to having an actual Child with us. Worshipping it fills our hearts with pure love and affection. It is especially important for couples who are hoping to beget a child, to properly consecrate and worship Bala 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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    Kamadhenu

     900.00

    Gold plated idol of Kamadhenu, the divine cow. She is the fount of all creation and rose from the churning of the cosmic ocean by the Devas and Asuras. She is said to contain all of divinity within her. A representation of Selvam and Vatsalyam, she is worshipped as the embodiment of motherhood. Depicted with a cow’s body and the head of a woman with wings, she stands framed by an enchanting tree with detailed leaves. In the golden hue of Gold plating she emenates the glory of divinity and the prosperity she blesses her devotees with. Such is her power and blessed is the home where she is worshipped.

  • Ethnic

    Murugar with Peacock

     1,260.00

    Panchaloga idol of Murugar, son of Lord Shiva and Parvathi, depicted alongside his peacock. 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. He is a mighty warrior God, who was birthed for the purpose of destroying evil. In a Silver Antique finish , he is a subtle but powerful presence in your home.

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    Parashwanath 2

     990.00

    Panchaloga idol of Parshwanath, the 23rd Thirthankara. Born 350 years before Mahavira, he played an important part in the revival of Jainism in India. He preached and practised the four restraints of Ahimsa, Aparigraha, Satya and Asteya. He is characteristically depicted with a seven headed snake covering him. A popular deity among Jains, his presence is welcomed in both homes and businesses to remind them of the Jain idealogies

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    Parashwanath 3

     3,600.00

    Panchaloga idol of Parshwanath, the 23rd Thirthankara. Born 350 years before Mahavira, he played an important part in the revival of Jainism in India. He preached and practised the four restraints of Ahimsa, Aparigraha, Satya and Asteya. He is characteristically depicted with a seven headed snake covering him. A popular deity among Jains, his presence is welcomed in both homes and businesses to remind them of the Jain idealogies

  • Ethnic

    Parashwanath 3

     1,980.00

    Panchaloga idol of Parshwanath, the 23rd Thirthankara. Born 350 years before Mahavira, he played an important part in the revival of Jainism in India. He preached and practised the four restraints of Ahimsa, Aparigraha, Satya and Asteya. He is characteristically depicted with a seven headed snake covering him. A popular deity among Jains, his presence is welcomed in both homes and businesses to remind them of the Jain idealogies

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