Brass Annapurna Mata on Lotus
Handicraft with Pure Brass Metal Annapurna Seating with in Fine Finishing carving work Religious goddess use for gift home, office, temple and Decorative art by Bharat Haat .Ideal for Keeping in Home and for Decoration and for gifting to households during Festival and Decorating Purpose and can also be given as souvenir. can be kept in offices or Home for Temple decorative purpose. Clean by Dry Cloth and Use Pitambari Powder Specially for Brass Material. The metalworkers use traditional sand casting techniques to create this highly detailed statue
Brass Lord Ganesha Laxmi Saraswati Small On One Stand
A beautifully crafted idol of brass. Bring it home and get the divine blessings of the Lord. It is crafted from brass with a highly polished look. Carved intricately with fine details. Be sure to fill your life with happiness and prosperity if you gift it to your loved ones or if you own one for yourself.Gathbandhan Brand brass statue represents in a queer contrast of god manifestation of the great lord that includes in it the entire cosmos. The ancient thinkers discovered that diversities define the creation, but an inherent unity threads it into a single unified whole. The Indian theology hence perceived God’s unanimity in His diverse manifestations, each representing this, or that aspect of cosmic existence, though primarily the three, the creation, the sustenance and the dissolution, the first manifesting in Brahma, the second in Vishnu and the third in Shiva. While this Trio defines God’s diversified manifestation, the Vishva-roop presents the spiritual perception of His unanimity. Care Instruction: If the brass is dirty or seems oily, mix some mild detergent with warm water. Take a soft cloth and soak it in the solution.
Brass Saraswati Mata Idol
The essence of Self” or “Sara means an ocean. Swa means one’s own. Ti means the personification or embodiment. Saraswati is the embodiment of one’s own ocean of experience. Once Shiva saw the world filled with evil. He decided to clean it and opened his third eye from which came a great fire. Saraswati took the form of a river and absorbed the fire. She took it into the sea where it formed a fire-spitting creature called Badavagni. Saraswati declared, “As long as man is wise, the animal will remain here, but if man becomes corrupt, this beast will destroy the world.