Tag: brass sculptures

You can’t get away with the extensive beauty of this brass sculpture of a ritual lamp having a large peacock settled on top of it adding to the remarkable beauty... Read More

The finest of the vanarasena, Lord Hanumana is an incomparable jewel in the necklace of Ramayan characters. He single-handedly discovered Mother Seeta in Her captive state, set ruin upon Lanka,... Read More

Shiva in his meditation is a form of his Samadhi where he is fully aware of the self and the world at the same time. It is believed that Lord... Read More

The more said about the great Lord Shiva Mahadeva, the lesser is the justice done to His divine stature. He is the indubitable Adinatha, the paramaguru of the Natha sampradaya... Read More

The innocent smile and the naughtiness of his eyes reverberate lord Krishna’s child-like tenderness and love for his devotees. He is revered as one of the most popular deities in... Read More

Throat Chakra or Vishuddhi is the 5th prime chakra as per the tradition of Hindu tantra. The inhabiting deity of this vishuddhi or chakra is Panchavaktra Shiva, which has 4... Read More

Daughter of the mountains, wife of Lord Shiva. The indisputable queen of triloka, the three (‘tri’) realms (‘loka’) of existence. Possessed of beauty and potency, vigor and compassion. She is... Read More

A superfine brass-toned up in a glossy amalgamation of brown, gold, and silver, induces the royal grandeur of Lord Krishna, who stands in tribhanga with the right foot bent in... Read More

The cow is the very picture of all that India has traditionally valued - purity, selflessness, and resourcefulness. She consumes little, yet gives generously of what she has. She may... Read More

The queen of the veena and the most beauteous of all, goddess Saraswati embraces her devotees with the power of knowledge, wisdom, arts, and science. The bright delicacy, calmness of... Read More