A standing Ganesha is one of the most rarely seen postures of Ganesha sculptures. Here he stands diligently on a thick pedestal having a green grassy platform with the mouse towards his left foot, busy eating modak.
The mukhamandala (countenance) of Lord Ganesha emerges straight from a resplendent sun. A circular row of the Devanagari inscription of aum, a sacred life-affirming syllable, forms a halo around His head
The excessive beauty of a Lord Ganesha Marble Statue lies in the way it is sculpted, its smooth and glossy texture, and its color. This Ganesha statue is sculpted realistically on a single white marble.
In Hindu Religion Lord Krishna is as handsome as Lord Gopala, His Baala-Roopa (infant form), is adorable. Since His arrival in Vrindavan from Mathura, He had won the hearts of the local mothers and maidens alike.
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, and revived the fatally injured Lakshmana.
According to Sankhyadarshana (a system of Indian philosophy), it takes both purusha, the energy principle, and prakrti, the matter principle, to form life. What we perceive around us (drshyam) is but a confluence of these two.
This magnificent brass statue represents Lord Vishnu reclining over the coils of the great serpent Shesh against a moderately sized golden bolster, and his consort Lakshmi, seated holding his feet and massaging them.
Cast in copper-anodized brass, this contemporary artifact, with a rare antique appearance, which it acquires from the copper’s subdued luster and mystic Tantrika look, represents Lord Shiva as ‘Ling’ – his aniconic form.
A vibrant, jewel-toned form of Lord Hanuman Watercolor Painting. A powerful warrior and a yogi of the highest order, He stands here with five (‘pancha’) faces ‘mukha’) and ten (‘dasha’) arms (‘bhuja’).
A divine symbol of strength and energy, Lord Hanuman is majorly known for his selfless love and devotion for Lord Rama. He is the only deity who is still said to be alive on the Earth’s plane for protection of the mankind.
The undying image of Radha-Krishna’s togetherness is a favorite with makers of devotional art. The Radha Krishna-Madhubani Painting you see on this page depicts the amorous couple within the body of a Matsya (fish), queen of the waters.
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 responsible for the exposition and dissemination of classical yoga.
This Shiva Parivar Sculpture is a perfect example of an ideal family that learns to live in unity accepting each other’s diverse natures. Shiva, the destroyer sits in his sharp fearsome poise with the elder son Kartikeya.
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 arms, 5 heads, and however, the Shakti is Shakini.
The Yali is to Indian culture what the griffin is to Greco-Roman culture. It refers to a creature that has the features of the most powerful members of the faunal kingdom and is yet more powerful than all of them put together.