Handcrafted Brass idol of the 23rd Tirthankara of Jainism, Parshwanath. The idol is minimalist with a few fluid lines lending life to it. He is depicted in the seated form with eyes closed in a blissful expression, his hands folded on his lap, in the Padmasana posture. He is framed by a seven hooded serpent seated on a base set with a serpent sigil. The idol exudes a deep, calming energy that is vital to lead a peaceful life. Parshwanath practised and preached non-violence, non-possessiveness, non-stealing, and truth as the way to reaching salvation. Millions of people across the Globe, follow his spiritual path. He was a major contributor to the spread of Jainism, and his presence brings peace to our lives.
|Dimensions||3.5 × 2 × 5 cm|