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$1285.61

Dimensions: 27.3 inch X 10.0 inch X 5.5 inch Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndiaBrass Statue... read more

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$1876.13

Dimensions: 35.0 inch X 26.0 inch X 9.0 inch Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndiaBrass Statue... read more

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CraftVatika
$2,476.61 $2476.01

Hindu God Ganesha Statue is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles.Lord Ganesha Statue is known to Bring prosper...ity and happiness in your home & Office. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.Ganesh Sculpture can certainly be used for good Fengshui. In fact, feng shui being the art of creating harmonious, healthy and prosperous environments, is open to using any symbols, images and ideas that work for the home owner. Size : 22 Inches Height X 17 Inches wide X 12 Inches depth. Weight : 29 Kg , Material : Brass, With Turquoise and other coral stone Handwork.. --------------------- Pls beware from Copy product & ensure buying authentic product. This is exclusive inhouse design & product of Brand " CraftVatika" and "covered by intellectual property rights laws". 'CraftVatika' do not authorize any other Brand/Seller to sell it and we won't be responsible if any counterfeit or substandard product send by any other seller. read more

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$222.14 $222.13

Turquoise Brass Large heavy Hanuman bajaranbali Hindu idol statue. He is known for his devotion to Lord Ram. This is beautiful rar...e God statue is in Meditation pose and God ram is carve in center, close to his heart. The Hanuman is a Hindu god, who was an ardent devotee of Rama according to the Hindu legends. He is a central character in the Indian epic Ramayana and its various versions. This idol is a provider of courage, hope, power, Knowledge, Intellect and devotion. He is followed & known to remove all the obstacles and bad phases in life. The mantra chanted for him is " Jai Bajrang Bali". Beautiful Very Rare Hand carved Solid metal brass and turquoise Gemstone work on body of Hanuman in sitting position. SIZE : 8 inches height x 5 inches wide WEIGHT : 2.5 KG MATERIAL : Brass & Turquoise & other coral handwork Background of the Product & Stone: The turquoise stone is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue. Since at least the First Dynasty (3000 BCE), and possibly before then, turquoise was used by he Egyptians and was mined by them in the Sinai Peninsula, called "Country of Turquoise" by the native Monitu read more

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CraftVatika
$149.00

Magnicificant large Medicine Buddha statue in meditating Mudra (pose). This large Bhumipastra Ashtamangal brass (metal ) statue ha...s very detailed hand work of coral & turquoise gemstones work around it. Buddha is symbol for peace, luck and prosperity. Impress your friend with this unique and valuable collectible. This large buddha buddha will add a character to your home décor , restaurant or studio décor. This Buddha statue would definitely a center attraction. Size- approx.- 8 inches height , heavy weight Material- Base metal is brass and hand work of colorful corals & turquoise gemstones We have range of Buddha statue, pls don't missing looking at our store. We have established as one of the most creative collection shop of Indian handicrafts. read more

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Exotic India
$1962.25

Dimensions: 27.0 inch x 21.5 inch x 20.0 inch Hindu Statues & Sculptures: Shiva Linga, Nataraja & Ganesha Statue Brass Statue

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Exotic India
$1,905.03 $1899.97

Brass Statue of Large Size Deepalakshmi, Made in India.

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$5382.92

Large Size Large Nataraja, Brass Statue, Made in India

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Design Toscano
$1,161.43 $1103.36

This Jurassic period reptile was the first vertebrate to take wing! Superbly adapted for flight, with hollow, air-filled bones, so...me Pteranodon had wingspreads as large as a light airplane. Our prehistoric, suspended replica Pteranodon dinosaur statue is cast in quality designer resin, reinforced for supreme strength with fiberglass and hand-painted with powerfully convincing color and texture to be as faithful as possible to the form of its ancient species. With wing span of over ten feet, it hangs perfectly balanced from heavy-duty wire, ready to be displayed in your home gallery. Our Design Toscano-exclusive display-quality dinosaur sculpture transforms any home, garden, restaurant or hotel into something truly magnificent! Another breathtaking dinosaur statue from Toscano! 120.5"Wx43"Dx29.5"H. 31 lbs. read more

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$249.95

With playful woodland birds and squirrels in tow, this delightfully detailed statue of Saint Francis of Assisi invites a peaceful ...calm to your garden sanctuary. This classic sculpture has exquisite detail, from his benevolent expression to the cross hanging from his belt. At more than three feet tall, this impressive sculpture is cast in high quality designer resin and finished with a durable faux stone surface that protects the piece for enjoyment in all seasons of the year. Resin with a faux stone finish 14-1/2" W x 11" D x 37" H Weighs 28 lbs. read more

CraftVatika
$145.00

This is large sitting Buddha figure, this Buddah figure is detailed hand carved in thinking/resting mudra , feng shui civaras Hind...u. This decorative Asian home decor or garden decor sculpture is made from a solid brass metal. Very nice addition to your zen garden. If you would like to see the rest of the Buddha statues available at my etsy store just go to the links below, Dimensions; Height - 8 Inches Width - 6.5 Inches Depth - 6.5 Inches Weight: Heavy 2.8 KG Material- Solid Brass read more

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$446.00

This brass idol of Buddha is meant for performing puja at home, or for simply decorating your home in Buddhist way. Bronze metal u...sed in the making of this sculpture makes your home décor more vibrant. Famous artisans of Jaipur in north India have crafted this statue.Give to your home the feel of serenity with this bronze sculpture of Lord Buddha, a god in Hinduism Buddhism.The Buddha is said to have identified two paramount mental qualities that arise from wholesome meditative practice.Made from Quality Bronze and Beautifully Handmade in India by our expert artisan . Size : 11.0 Inches Height X 12.0 Inches wide X 8.5 Inches depth.Weight : 6.4 Kg.Material : Brass -------------------------------- Pls beware from Copy product & ensure buying authentic product. This is exclusive inhouse design & product of Brand " Craft Vatika" and "covered by intellectual property rights laws". 'CraftVatika' do not authorize any other Brand/Seller to sell it and we won't be responsible if any counterfeit or substandard product send by any other seller. read more

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Exotic India
$3,619.86 $3572.49

Brass Statue of Nataraja (Large Statue with Superfine Inlay Work), Made in India

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Exotic India
$2905.68

In Sanskrit Nata means dance and raja means Lord.There is an interesting legend behind the conception of Shiva as Nataraja: In a d...ense forest in South India, there dwelt multitudes of heretical sages. Thither proceeded Shiva to confute them, accompanied by Vishnu disguised as a beautiful woman. The sages were at first led to violent dispute amongst themselves, but their anger was soon directed against Shiva, and they endeavored to destroy him by means of incantations. A fierce tiger was created in sacrificial fires, and rushed upon him; but smiling gently, he seized it and, with the nail of his little finger, stripped off its skin, and wrapped it about himself like a silken cloth. Undiscouraged by failure, the sages renewed their offerings, and produced a monstrous serpent, which however Shiva seized and wreathed about his neck like a garland. Then he began to dance; but there rushed upon him a last monster in the shape of a malignant dwarf. Upon him the god pressed the tip of his foot, and broke the creature's back, so that it writhed upon the ground; and so, his last foe prostrate, Shiva resumed the dance.To understand the concept of Nataraja we have to understand the idea of dance itself. Like yoga, dance induces trance, ecstasy and the experience of the divine. In India consequently, dance has flourished side by side with the terrific austerities of the meditation grove (fasting, absolute introversion etc.). Shiva, therefore, the arch-yogi of the gods, is necessarily also the master of the dance.Shiva Nataraja was first represented thus in a beautiful series of South Indian bronzes dating from the tenth and twelfth centuries A.D. In these images, Nataraja dances with his right foot supported by a crouching figure and his left foot elegantly raised. A cobra uncoils from his lower right forearm, and the crescent moon and a skull are on his crest. He dances within an arch of flames. This dance is called the Dance of Bliss (anandatandava).These iconographic details of Nataraja are to be read, according to the Hindu tradition, in terms of a complex pictorial allegory:The figure depicts a four-armed Shiva. These multiple arms represent the four cardinal directions. Each hand either holds an object or makes a specific mudra (gesture).The upper right hand holds a hour-glass drum which is a symbol of creation. It is beating the pulse of the universe. The drum also provides the music that accompanies Shiva's dance. It represents sound as the first element in an unfolding universe, for sound is the first and most pervasive of the elements. The story goes that when Shiva granted the boon of wisdom to the ignorant Panini (the great Sanskrit grammarian), the sound of the drum encapsulated the whole of Sanskrit grammar. The first verse of Panini's grammar is in fact called Shiva sutra.The hour-glass drum also represents the male and female vital principles; two triangles penetrate each other to form a hexagon. When they part, the universe also dissolves.The opposite hand, the upper left, bears on its palm a tongue of flames. Fire is the element of destruction of the world. According to Hindu mythology at the end of the world, it will be fire that will be the instrument of annihilation. Thus in the balance of these two hands is illustrated a counterpoise of creation and destruction. Sound against flames, ceaselessness of production against an insatiate appetite of extermination.The second right hand is held in the abhaya pose (literally without fear) and so a gesture of protection, as an open palm is most likely to be interpreted. It depicts the god as a protector.The left leg is raised towards the right leg and reaches across it; the lower left hand is stretched across the body and points to the upraised left foot which represents release from the cycle of birth and death. Interestingly, the hand pointing to the uplifted foot is held in a pose imitative of the outstretched trunk of an elephant. In Sanskrit this is known as the 'gaja-hasta-mudra (the posture of the elephant trunk), and is symbolic of Ganesha, Shiva's son, the Remover of obstacles.Shiva dances on the body of a dwarf apasmara-purusha (the man of forgetfulness) who embodies indifference, ignorance and laziness. Creation, indeed all creative energy is possible only when the weight of inertia (the tamasic darkness of the universe) is overcome and suppressed. The Nataraja image thus addresses each individual to overcome complacency and get his or her own act together.The ring of fire and light, which circumscribes the entire image, identifies the field of the dance with the entire universe. The lotus pedestal on which the image rests locates this universe in the heart or consciousness of each person.Another aspect of Nataraja rich in a similar symbolism is his lengthy and sensuous hair. The long tresses of his matted hair, usually piled up in a kind of pyramid, loosen during the triumphant, violent frenzy of his untiring dance. Expanding, they form two wings, to the right and left, a kind of halo, broadcasting, as it were, on their magic waves, the exuberance and sanctity of vegetative, sensuous life.Supra-normal life-energy, amounting to the power of magic, resides in such a wildness of hair untouched by the scissors. The conceptualization here is similar to the legend of Samson who with naked hands tore asunder the jaws of a lion. His strength was said to reside in his hair.Also central to understanding the symbolism behind Nataraja's hair is the realization that much of womanly charm, the sensual appeal of the Eternal Feminine, is in the fragrance, the flow and luster of beautiful hair. On the other hand, anyone renouncing the generative forces of the vegetable-animal realm, revolting against the procreative principle of life, sex, earth, and nature, and entering upon the spiritual path of absolute asceticism, has first to be shaved. He must simulate the sterility of an old man whose hairs have fallen and who no longer constitutes a link in the chain of generation. He must coldly sacrifice the foliage of the head.Shiva is thus two opposite things: archetypal ascetic and archetypal dancer. On the one hand he is total tranquillity-inward calm absorbed in itself, absorbed in the void of the Absolute, where all distinctions merge and dissolve, and all tensions are at rest. But on the other hand he is total activity- life's energy, frantic, aimless and playful.The Nataraja image represents not simply some event in the mythic life of a local deity but a universal view in which the forces of nature and the aspirations and limitation of man confront each other and are blended together. The curator of the Indian collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has rightly written that: "If one had to select a single icon to represent the extraordinarily rich and complex cultural heritage of India, the Shiva Nataraja might well be the most remunerative candidate." read more

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Design Toscano
$244.87 $232.63

Typically found camouflaged in tall trees, from Amazon rainforests to Australia, our frog sculpture makes a grand leap as your new...est "catch." Cast in quality designer resin to capture details including its vise-like, three-fingered grip, then handpainted in bright hues, this giant frog figurine easily attaches to your favorite tree or wall on its very own limb with a keyhole slot. This display-quality frog statue transforms any home, garden, restaurant or hotel into something truly brilliant! Another quality amphibian animal statue . 40"W x 15.5"D x 10"H. 6 lbs. read more

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Exotic India
$4922.26

In Sanskrit Nata means dance and raja means Lord.There is an interesting legend behind the conception of Shiva as Nataraja: In a d...ense forest in South India, there dwelt multitudes of heretical sages. Thither proceeded Shiva to confute them, accompanied by Vishnu disguised as a beautiful woman. The sages were at first led to violent dispute amongst themselves, but their anger was soon directed against Shiva, and they endeavored to destroy him by means of incantations. A fierce tiger was created in sacrificial fires, and rushed upon him; but smiling gently, he seized it and, with the nail of his little finger, stripped off its skin, and wrapped it about himself like a silken cloth. Undiscouraged by failure, the sages renewed their offerings, and produced a monstrous serpent, which however Shiva seized and wreathed about his neck like a garland. Then he began to dance; but there rushed upon him a last monster in the shape of a malignant dwarf. Upon him the god pressed the tip of his foot, and broke the creature's back, so that it writhed upon the ground; and so, his last foe prostrate, Shiva resumed the dance.To understand the concept of Nataraja we have to understand the idea of dance itself. Like yoga, dance induces trance, ecstasy and the experience of the divine. In India consequently, dance has flourished side by side with the terrific austerities of the meditation grove (fasting, absolute introversion etc.). Shiva, therefore, the arch-yogi of the gods, is necessarily also the master of the dance.Shiva Nataraja was first represented thus in a beautiful series of South Indian bronzes dating from the tenth and twelfth centuries A.D. In these images, Nataraja dances with his right foot supported by a crouching figure and his left foot elegantly raised. A cobra uncoils from his lower right forearm, and the crescent moon and a skull are on his crest. He dances within an arch of flames. This dance is called the Dance of Bliss (anandatandava).These iconographic details of Nataraja are to be read, according to the Hindu tradition, in terms of a complex pictorial allegory:The figure depicts a four-armed Shiva. These multiple arms represent the four cardinal directions. Each hand either holds an object or makes a specific mudra (gesture).The upper right hand holds a hour-glass drum which is a symbol of creation. It is beating the pulse of the universe. The drum also provides the music that accompanies Shiva's dance. It represents sound as the first element in an unfolding universe, for sound is the first and most pervasive of the elements. The story goes that when Shiva granted the boon of wisdom to the ignorant Panini (the great Sanskrit grammarian), the sound of the drum encapsulated the whole of Sanskrit grammar. The first verse of Panini's grammar is in fact called Shiva sutra.The hour-glass drum also represents the male and female vital principles; two triangles penetrate each other to form a hexagon. When they part, the universe also dissolves.The opposite hand, the upper left, bears on its palm a tongue of flames. Fire is the element of destruction of the world. According to Hindu mythology at the end of the world, it will be fire that will be the instrument of annihilation. Thus in the balance of these two hands is illustrated a counterpoise of creation and destruction. Sound against flames, ceaselessness of production against an insatiate appetite of extermination.The second right hand is held in the abhaya pose (literally without fear) and so a gesture of protection, as an open palm is most likely to be interpreted. It depicts the god as a protector.The left leg is raised towards the right leg and reaches across it; the lower left hand is stretched across the body and points to the upraised left foot which represents release from the cycle of birth and death. Interestingly, the hand pointing to the uplifted foot is held in a pose imitative of the outstretched trunk of an elephant. In Sanskrit this is known as the 'gaja-hasta-mudra (the posture of the elephant trunk), and is symbolic of Ganesha, Shiva's son, the Remover of obstacles.Shiva dances on the body of a dwarf apasmara-purusha (the man of forgetfulness) who embodies indifference, ignorance and laziness. Creation, indeed all creative energy is possible only when the weight of inertia (the tamasic darkness of the universe) is overcome and suppressed. The Nataraja image thus addresses each individual to overcome complacency and get his or her own act together.The ring of fire and light, which circumscribes the entire image, identifies the field of the dance with the entire universe. The lotus pedestal on which the image rests locates this universe in the heart or consciousness of each person.Another aspect of Nataraja rich in a similar symbolism is his lengthy and sensuous hair. The long tresses of his matted hair, usually piled up in a kind of pyramid, loosen during the triumphant, violent frenzy of his untiring dance. Expanding, they form two wings, to the right and left, a kind of halo, broadcasting, as it were, on their magic waves, the exuberance and sanctity of vegetative, sensuous life.Supra-normal life-energy, amounting to the power of magic, resides in such a wildness of hair untouched by the scissors. The conceptualization here is similar to the legend of Samson who with naked hands tore asunder the jaws of a lion. His strength was said to reside in his hair.Also central to understanding the symbolism behind Nataraja's hair is the realization that much of womanly charm, the sensual appeal of the Eternal Feminine, is in the fragrance, the flow and luster of beautiful hair. On the other hand, anyone renouncing the generative forces of the vegetable-animal realm, revolting against the procreative principle of life, sex, earth, and nature, and entering upon the spiritual path of absolute asceticism, has first to be shaved. He must simulate the sterility of an old man whose hairs have fallen and who no longer constitutes a link in the chain of generation. He must coldly sacrifice the foliage of the head.Shiva is thus two opposite things: archetypal ascetic and archetypal dancer. On the one hand he is total tranquillity-inward calm absorbed in itself, absorbed in the void of the Absolute, where all distinctions merge and dissolve, and all tensions are at rest. But on the other hand he is total activity- life's energy, frantic, aimless and playful.The Nataraja image represents not simply some event in the mythic life of a local deity but a universal view in which the forces of nature and the aspirations and limitation of man confront each other and are blended together. The curator of the Indian collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has rightly written that: "If one had to select a single icon to represent the extraordinarily rich and complex cultural heritage of India, the Shiva Nataraja might well be the most remunerative candidate." read more

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Exotic India
$4247.95

Dimensions: 4.6 ft X 3.3 ft X 1.2 ft Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndiaBrass Statue

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Exotic India
$1534.50

In Sanskrit Nata means dance and raja means Lord.There is an interesting legend behind the conception of Shiva as Nataraja: In a d...ense forest in South India, there dwelt multitudes of heretical sages. Thither proceeded Shiva to confute them, accompanied by Vishnu disguised as a beautiful woman. The sages were at first led to violent dispute amongst themselves, but their anger was soon directed against Shiva, and they endeavored to destroy him by means of incantations. A fierce tiger was created in sacrificial fires, and rushed upon him; but smiling gently, he seized it and, with the nail of his little finger, stripped off its skin, and wrapped it about himself like a silken cloth. Undiscouraged by failure, the sages renewed their offerings, and produced a monstrous serpent, which however Shiva seized and wreathed about his neck like a garland. Then he began to dance; but there rushed upon him a last monster in the shape of a malignant dwarf. Upon him the god pressed the tip of his foot, and broke the creature's back, so that it writhed upon the ground; and so, his last foe prostrate, Shiva resumed the dance.To understand the concept of Nataraja we have to understand the idea of dance itself. Like yoga, dance induces trance, ecstasy and the experience of the divine. In India consequently, dance has flourished side by side with the terrific austerities of the meditation grove (fasting, absolute introversion etc.). Shiva, therefore, the arch-yogi of the gods, is necessarily also the master of the dance.Shiva Nataraja was first represented thus in a beautiful series of South Indian bronzes dating from the tenth and twelfth centuries A.D. In these images, Nataraja dances with his right foot supported by a crouching figure and his left foot elegantly raised. A cobra uncoils from his lower right forearm, and the crescent moon and a skull are on his crest. He dances within an arch of flames. This dance is called the Dance of Bliss (anandatandava).These iconographic details of Nataraja are to be read, according to the Hindu tradition, in terms of a complex pictorial allegory:The figure depicts a four-armed Shiva. These multiple arms represent the four cardinal directions. Each hand either holds an object or makes a specific mudra (gesture).The upper right hand holds a hour-glass drum which is a symbol of creation. It is beating the pulse of the universe. The drum also provides the music that accompanies Shiva's dance. It represents sound as the first element in an unfolding universe, for sound is the first and most pervasive of the elements. The story goes that when Shiva granted the boon of wisdom to the ignorant Panini (the great Sanskrit grammarian), the sound of the drum encapsulated the whole of Sanskrit grammar. The first verse of Panini's grammar is in fact called Shiva sutra.The hour-glass drum also represents the male and female vital principles; two triangles penetrate each other to form a hexagon. When they part, the universe also dissolves.The opposite hand, the upper left, bears on its palm a tongue of flames. Fire is the element of destruction of the world. According to Hindu mythology at the end of the world, it will be fire that will be the instrument of annihilation. Thus in the balance of these two hands is illustrated a counterpoise of creation and destruction. Sound against flames, ceaselessness of production against an insatiate appetite of extermination.The second right hand is held in the abhaya pose (literally without fear) and so a gesture of protection, as an open palm is most likely to be interpreted. It depicts the god as a protector.The left leg is raised towards the right leg and reaches across it; the lower left hand is stretched across the body and points to the upraised left foot which represents release from the cycle of birth and death. Interestingly, the hand pointing to the uplifted foot is held in a pose imitative of the outstretched trunk of an elephant. In Sanskrit this is known as the 'gaja-hasta-mudra (the posture of the elephant trunk), and is symbolic of Ganesha, Shiva's son, the Remover of obstacles.Shiva dances on the body of a dwarf apasmara-purusha (the man of forgetfulness) who embodies indifference, ignorance and laziness. Creation, indeed all creative energy is possible only when the weight of inertia (the tamasic darkness of the universe) is overcome and suppressed. The Nataraja image thus addresses each individual to overcome complacency and get his or her own act together.The ring of fire and light, which circumscribes the entire image, identifies the field of the dance with the entire universe. The lotus pedestal on which the image rests locates this universe in the heart or consciousness of each person.Another aspect of Nataraja rich in a similar symbolism is his lengthy and sensuous hair. The long tresses of his matted hair, usually piled up in a kind of pyramid, loosen during the triumphant, violent frenzy of his untiring dance. Expanding, they form two wings, to the right and left, a kind of halo, broadcasting, as it were, on their magic waves, the exuberance and sanctity of vegetative, sensuous life.Supra-normal life-energy, amounting to the power of magic, resides in such a wildness of hair untouched by the scissors. The conceptualization here is similar to the legend of Samson who with naked hands tore asunder the jaws of a lion. His strength was said to reside in his hair.Also central to understanding the symbolism behind Nataraja's hair is the realization that much of womanly charm, the sensual appeal of the Eternal Feminine, is in the fragrance, the flow and luster of beautiful hair. On the other hand, anyone renouncing the generative forces of the vegetable-animal realm, revolting against the procreative principle of life, sex, earth, and nature, and entering upon the spiritual path of absolute asceticism, has first to be shaved. He must simulate the sterility of an old man whose hairs have fallen and who no longer constitutes a link in the chain of generation. He must coldly sacrifice the foliage of the head.Shiva is thus two opposite things: archetypal ascetic and archetypal dancer. On the one hand he is total tranquillity-inward calm absorbed in itself, absorbed in the void of the Absolute, where all distinctions merge and dissolve, and all tensions are at rest. But on the other hand he is total activity- life's energy, frantic, aimless and playful.The Nataraja image represents not simply some event in the mythic life of a local deity but a universal view in which the forces of nature and the aspirations and limitation of man confront each other and are blended together. The curator of the Indian collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has rightly written that: "If one had to select a single icon to represent the extraordinarily rich and complex cultural heritage of India, the Shiva Nataraja might well be the most remunerative candidate." read more

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$527.00

Beautiful Very Hand carved Solid metal brass on body of God Meditating Shiva in sitting position. The Powerful God: About Hindu Go...d shiva Shiva is 'shakti' or power, Shiva is the destroyer, the most powerful god of the Hindu pantheon and one of the godheads in the Hindu Trinity. Known by many names - Mahadeva, Mahayogi, Pashupati, Nataraja, Bhairava, Vishwanath, Bhava, Bhole Nath - Lord Shiva is perhaps the most complex of Hindu deities. Hindus recognize this by putting his shrine in the temple separate from those of other deities. Size : 12 inches Height X 8 inches Length, Weight : heavy 5 Kg approx Material : Brass , thousands of years owing to its unique hue. Since at least the First Dynasty (3000 BCE), and possibly before then. he Egyptians and was mined by them in the Sinai Peninsula, read more

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$874.50

Brass Statue of Lord Shiva as Nataraja (Large Statue), Made in India

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Statuestudio
$285.70

A glance at virtually any Indian sculpture reveals that Indian sculptors were really not infatuated with factually accurate Anatom...ical descriptions of the male or female form. Instead, they wished to show the body idealized in such a way that it became a vessel filled with the vital breath of life. An ideal vehicle for conveying inherent Divinity read more

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AONE INDIA
$2,714.66 $2692.39

Brass Statue These two brass-images, translucent as bathed in molten silver, glistening with divine aura, representing Lord Vishnu... and his consort Lakshmi, are two separately cast statues but under Indian metaphysical tradition they are the ultimate symbol of cosmic unity, one sustaining the world and maintaining order, and the other, its ultimate instrument. Both images have been identically cast; not merely an exactly similar pedestal, fire-arch, 'kirttimukha' on its top, and its entire formation, but even the figures of Vishnu and Lakshmi, the style of their wears, body gestures, perspectives and postures, except what revealed the male and female aspects that they represented, and some of their ornaments, crowns in particular, that defined their status. Not merely the mode of standing even the style of holding their hands is identical.This unity of the two figures reveal also in other features of the two statues. In Indian iconographic tradition 'prabhawali' - fire-arch, symbolizes cosmos. Each of the two statues has its own fire-arch - the cosmos that they pervade, but exactly identical the two fire-arches suggest that they only replicate each other, that is, that neither the pervading divinities are different from each other, nor the cosmos that they pervade. Two independent statues, in modeling them the artist has discovered in them strange parallelism - visually in their forms, and spiritually in their being. Hence, despite that the two metal casts are independent art pieces, for adorning a premise or to grace a sanctum, that is, for beauty or worship, the two statues need to be installed together.Except their varying heights, Vishnu being taller befitting to male perspective, and positioning of arms, Lakshmi's in particular, col read more

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CraftVatika
$238.00

This beautiful & Rare antique Buddha statue is of brass material. This masterpiece depicts Buddha Shakyamuni in the Medicine Mudra.... This Gorgeous Large Buddha statue has detailed Handwork . Very unique & Beautiful collection with great quality Buddha In Vitarka Mudra : Sitting Buddha peacefully, Right hand of the buddha is in Vitarka Mudra and left hand in the lap. Thumb and middle finger touched forming a circle. Material : Solid Brass with Detailed Handwork Size : 12 Inches Tall X 9 Inches Length X 6 Inches Depth. Weight : 5 Kg read more

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Exotic India
$2348.41

Dimensions: 41.5 inch X 30.5 inch X 11.5 inch Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndiaBrass Statu...e read more

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BRK HANDICRAFT
$214.98 $214.35

Lord Kubera, also known as kuber, kuvera and Dhanpati, is worshipped as the God of wealth by Hindus. He is known as the treasurer ...of god who showers riches on those who worship him without utmost devotion. A benevolent, fair-complexioned divine being of short stature and a pot belly is how kubera is usually depicted. Size : 7 Inches Height X 6.0 Inches wide X 4.0 Inches depth , Weight : 1.8 Kg , Material : Brass with silver Gold finish. read more

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$245.16 $232.90

Large Shiva Shivling Metal Statue Shiv Idol Brass Linga Ling Lingam Lingum Snake. Large unique handmade munition shiva shivling. H...ence, the Trinity of Gods and Supreme Goddess reside in Parad. This Shivlinga is made of Brass and finishing done to enhance the beauty. Dimension: Height: 14 Inches Tall and Width : 9 Inches wide and Depth : 7 Inches Shiva is not worshipped in human form (Murthi Puja) Shiva is worshipped in Linga form. The Linga is symbolic representation of Nameless formless infinite and absolute nature of ultimate reality. The Linga was designed to represent Unity of God read more

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AONE INDIA
$348.73 $346.92

Large Shiva Shivling Metal Statue Shiv Idol Brass Linga Ling Lingam Lingum Snake. Large unique handmade munition shiva shivling. H...ence, the Trinity of Gods and Supreme Goddess reside in Parad. This Shivlinga is made of Brass and finishing done to enhance the beauty. Dimension: Height: 14 Inches Tall and Width : 9 Inches wide and Depth : 7 Inches Shiva is not worshipped in human form (Murthi Puja) Shiva is worshipped in Linga form. The Linga is symbolic representation of Nameless formless infinite and absolute nature of ultimate reality. The Linga was designed to represent Unity of God read more

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Design Toscano
$96.90

No symbol of American freedom represents our proud nation with more strength and dignity than that of the majestic bald eagle. Exq...uisitely sculpted from talon to beak, our American eagle figurine is a coveted patriotic art sculpture cast in quality... read more

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Design Toscano
$106.90 $96.90

No symbol of American freedom represents our proud nation with more strength and dignity than that of the majestic bald eagle. Exq...uisitely sculpted from talon to beak, our American eagle figurine is a coveted patriotic art sculpture cast in quality... read more

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AONE INDIA
$42.42 $40.30

Magnicificant large Medicine Buddha statue in meditating Mudra (pose). This large Bhumipastra Ashtamangal brass (metal ) statue ha...s very detailed hand work of coral & turquoise gemstones work around it. Buddha is symbol for peace, luck and prosperity. Impress your friend with this unique and valuable collectible. This large buddha buddha will add a character to your home décor , restaurant or studio décor. This Buddha statue would definitely a center attraction. Size- approx.- 8 inches height , heavy weight Material- Base metal is brass and hand work of colorful corals & turquoise gemstones We have range of Buddha statue, pls don't missing looking at our store. We have established as one of the most creative collection shop of Indian handicrafts. read more

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Trademark Fine Art
$55.98

Artist: Michael Tompsett Title: Statue of Liberty Product type: Framed Giclee Print Style: Vertical Size options: Medium, large Su...bject: Still Life Medium: Canvas Medium Dimensions: Overall: 11 inches high x 14 inches wide x .50 inches deep Image: 8... read more

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GLOBAL VIEWS
$197.50

Inspired by Mid Century antiques, the boom sculptures are individual so they can be hung in many configurations. Iron with nickel ...tipped stems, these attach to the wall with a flat bracket. read more

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My Amigos Imports
$159.99

This architectural window is great for any room including the outdoors. If you wish to hang it outside, a very thick coat of polyu...rethane sealer will keep it intact. Please remember that this is all handmade of wood and iron and will be one of a kind. It is available in the following colors - red and turquoise. read more

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Posterazzi
$72.77

Large Pharaohs Head Statue & Obelisk Poster Print Large Pharaoh's Head Statue And Obelisk PosterPrint is a licensed reproduction t...hat was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original.Perfect... read more

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Trademark Fine Art
$51.49 $46.34

This ready to hang, matted framed art piece features the Statue of Liberty. Art and design were always Michael's favorite subjects... at school. He was fortunate to land a job as a graphic designer at one of London's most prestigious publishing companies.... read more

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Crestview Collection
$170.60

Made from resin. Walnut finish. Height: 12 in.. Weight: 11.02 lbs..

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Arteriors
$972.00

Round carved sunburst style wall plaque has a metallic silver foil finish. Hang alone or group with others. Some color variation i...n photos of our products, including furniture finishes, leathers and fabrics, is possible due to lighting and differing resolution quality on computer devices. read more

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OK Lighting
$63.00

The Gaia Elephant Statue makes a charming addition to a bookcase or nightstand. Made from gold metal with mirrored leaf accents, t...his decorative elephant is eye-catching and chic. Display it among elements of Mediterranean decor as a unique accent piece. read more

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Mercana
$59.99

wall-mountable decorative sculpture

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ELADITEMS
$50.00

new climbing girl in blue features in different pose. This is the new design! Great home decor item and gift idea for the holidays.../bdays and more! Cord + hanging pin included! Best feedbacks online ! Best high quality paint! Best customer service! Biggest inventory and designs! Stop looking elsewhere. We are the only one who has these. These are hand made and are unique read more

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Abbott Collection
$28.00

A realistic looking succulent to bring a little colour to your space. Hang it on a wall or display on a flat surface!

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Zentique
$119.99

Decorate a console or bookcase with the elegant Peacock Statue. This intricately carved statue is made from distressed gray polyre...sin. Display it alongside elements of traditional decor for a cohesive look. read more

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Design Toscano
$213.75 $204.06

At over two feet tall our giant dragon sculpture is truly amazing! seeking signs of future prey while casting a powerful spell acr...oss the savage barbarians of his land, our collectible medieval dragon is a standout sculptural focal point! cast in quality designer resin to capture our design Toscano giant dragon's amazingly sculpted details, and hand-painted one piece at a time, lash features everything you'd want in a gothic collectible. Simple assembly required. 18"Wx10"Dx26&Frac12;"H. 10 lbs. read more

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Exotic India
$2,334.34 $2296.86

Dimensions: 2.2 ft X 1.6 ft X 1.0 ft Brass Sculptures: Buy Ganesha, Buddha & Nataraja Sculptures | ExoticIndiaBrass Statue

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Exotic India
$654.50

Dimensions: 39.5 inch x 10 inch x 10 inch Hindu Statues & Sculptures: Shiva Linga, Nataraja & Ganesha Statue Brass Statue

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Exotic India
$188.03 $186.22

Dimensions: 4.7 inch x 6.5 inch x 2.7 inch Hindu Statues & Sculptures: Shiva Linga, Nataraja & Ganesha Statue Brass Statue

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CraftVatika
$184.34 $178.99

Magnicificant large Buddha statue in Vitarka Mudra (pose). This large brass (metal ) statue has very detailed hand work of coral &... turquoise gemstones work around it. Close to Abhaya Mudra, the energy created by this hand gesture allows for a transmission of knowledge in a protected way, without being impeded by fear. Buddha is symbol for peace, luck and prosperity. Impress your friend with this unique and valuable collectible. This large buddha buddha will add a character to your home décor , restaurant or studio décor. This Buddha statue would definitely a center attraction. Size- approx.- 8 inches height , heavy weight Material- Base metal is brass and hand work of colorful corals & turquoise gemstones We have range of Buddha statue, pls don't missing looking at our store. We have established as one of the most creative collection shop of Indian handicrafts. read more

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CraftVatika
$530.66

Hindu God Ganesha Statue is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles.Lord Ganesha Statue is known to Bring prosper...ity and happiness in your home & Office. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.Ganesh Sculpture can certainly be used for good Fengshui. In fact, feng shui being the art of creating harmonious, healthy and prosperous environments, is open to using any symbols, images and ideas that work for the home owner.Size : 9 Inches Height X 6 Inches wide X 7 Inches depth. Weight : 5 kg. Material : Brass, With Turquoise and other coral stone Handwork.--------------------- Pls beware from Copy product & ensure buying authentic product. This is exclusive inhouse design & product of Brand " Craft Vatika" and "covered by intellectual property rights laws". 'CraftVatika' do not authorize any other Brand/Seller to sell it and we won't be responsible if any counterfeit or substandard product send by any other seller. read more

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