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Narasimha Killing the Demon Hiranyakashipu Madhuchista Vidhana
Narasimha, literally man-lion, is one of the Dashavatara (ten incarnations) of the Hindu preserver god- Lord Vishnu, the tutelary deity of dynasties of mighty rulers, the Pancharatras (a Vaishnava Tantric sect), and commoners looking for His protection. The myth around the emergence of Narasimha is well-known across India. The demon-king Hiranyakashyapu performed great austerities and pleased Brahma, the creator. When Brahma denied his wish for immortality, Hiranyakashyapu came up with what seemed like a brilliant solution at that time. He told Brahma that neither god nor demons, neither animals nor humans, neither natural nor supernatural creatures should be responsible for his death. He would be indestructible inside and outside his residence, during the day as well as in the night, in front of a weapon, or during hand-to-hand combat. Receiving such an intricately designed boon, Hiranyakashyapu was filled with reassurance and soon, with maddening pride.
Kempston
Antiques - Art - Decoration
£12995.00
Distraught Shiva Carry the Body The Sati on His Shoulder
The distraught Shiva traverses the three lokas. His wife, the beautiful Sati, lies limp and lifeless on His left shoulder. The eight arms of Shiva - He is the ashtabhujadhari - flays about Him in this mad state. The left foot crushes down upon the seated Apasmara, the personification of avidya (ignorance). Sculpted from bronze in the traditional Swamimalai studios, this murti is a narrative of how Shakteepeethas came to be. Legend has it that the tandava of the grief-stricken husband dismembered Sati’s corpse, parts of which landed at different points in ihaloka (mortal realm of existence). These today are the Shakteepeethas. This Sati-Shivatandava murti is one of a kind. Every line and detail of this work has been executed by hand. Note the superb, lifelike musculature; the handsome and expressive features of Shiva’s countenance; and the minimal yet neatly defined adornments on His mostly bare body.
Aberdeen
Antiques - Art - Decoration
£1595.00
Devi Kali-Confluence Of Beauty And Ferocity - Black Marble Statue
The Mother Kali is an unusual deity. The hallmarks of the Hindu Devi are all in Her. She is supremely beautiful, a yogini of the highest adhikara, and bears superlative strength. Yet, She is unlike anything you have ever set eyes on. For one, wrath is an integral part of Her personality. While the rest of the feminine pantheon are depicted as calm and reserved, Devi Kali comes with an iconography that takes you aback by the senses. Her complexion is the deepest shade of black, a sign of Her all-absorbing nature. The superb features of Her face are contorted in a highly characteristic expression of ferocity - eyes boring through adharma, tongue lolling out in thirst for conquering the same. Kali Marble Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/devi-kali-confluence-of-beauty-and-ferocity-zen077/ Kali Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/kali/ Hindu Goddess: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/
Omagh
Antiques - Art - Decoration
Tibetan Buddhist Goddess Green Tara Brass Statue
A seated Green Tara murti of substantial proportions. Queen of the Buddhist heavens, the epitome of karuna (compassion), metta (natural kindness), and shunyata (nothingness), She is a bodhisattva in the Mahayana tradition and a buddha in Vajrayana. On a petal-embossed throne, She sits, with the right foot cradled by a minuscule bloom in the foreground. This is a signature aspect of the iconography of Green Tara. Also the long and slender torso, the supple limbs, and the fine-boned digits. A sea of sashes floats about Her, symbolic of the ethereal nature of Her being. Mythical long-stemmed blooms, entwined in the creases of Her elbows, flank Her delicate shoulders and the gorgeous neck that rests upon them. Green Tara Brass Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/61-superfine-large-tibetan-buddhist-goddess-green-tara-in-brass-handmade-zeq482/
Bath
Antiques - Art - Decoration
£3395.00
Large Goddess Saraswati Brass Wall Panel
An embossed square-shaped panel depicting Devi Sarasvati. Nestled upon the belly of a gigantic lotus bloom, She floats about on the bosom of the steadily flowing Ganges. She is playing on Her veena, which She cradles in Her anterior arms (in Her posterior hands, the chaturbhujadharini holds a rosary and a pothi or manuscript). The implements in Sarasvati’s hands convey Her status as the presiding deity over learning and the fine arts. She is the fairest and the most serene of the Hindu Devi pantheon. Saraswati Brass Wall-Panel: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/35-large-goddess-saraswati-brass-wall-panel-handmade-zeq476/ Goddess Saraswati: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/saraswati/ Hindu Goddess: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/ Hindu Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/ #statue #hindugoddess #saraswatistatue #brassstatue #saraswatibrassstatue #hindu #wallpanel #saraswatiwallpanel #brasswallpanel
Isle of Bute
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£1195.00
Goddess Of Darkness - Devi Varahi Brass Statue
Goddess Durga created seven Matrikas from her own self and battled against the demon Raktabija. Devi Varahi, one of them is the female counterpart of Varaha, the boar Avatar of Lord Vishnu. The Goddess who is the regent of the southern direction and protector of the age is sometimes described as the Goddess of darkness and the ideal time for worshipping her is after sunset and midnight. Some temples even make offerings of wine, fish, grain, and meat to the Goddess, which may not be entirely based on facts, because the beliefs of Hinduism usually advocate the use of vegetarian offerings.
Bolton
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£1195.00
Goddess Of Darkness - Devi Varahi Brass Statue
Goddess Durga created seven Matrikas from her own self and battled against the demon Raktabija. Devi Varahi, one of them is the female counterpart of Varaha, the boar Avatar of Lord Vishnu. The Goddess who is the regent of the southern direction and protector of the age is sometimes described as the Goddess of darkness and the ideal time for worshipping her is after sunset and midnight. Some temples even make offerings of wine, fish, grain, and meat to the Goddess, which may not be entirely based on facts, because the beliefs of Hinduism usually advocate the use of vegetarian offerings.
Arbroath
Antiques - Art - Decoration
£1095.00
Ashtabhuja Goddess Durga - White Marble Statue
The emergence of goddess Durga marked the power of feminism; she was created by the cosmic powers of the trinity and other gods to defeat the Buffalo demon Mahishasura. Goddess Durga is revered as Durga Nashini, which translates as ‘the one who eliminates suffering’, as she is the Shakti or Mother goddess in Hinduism. She is sculpted here with a single piece of White Marble Durga Statues in lalitasana posture riding a lion. Zoom in to the realistic fiery eyes of the lion symbolizing unlimited power. Durga Marble Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/ashtabhuja-goddess-durga-zeo002/ Goddess Durga: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/durga/ Hindu Goddess: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/goddess/ Hindu Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/ Sculptures: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/ Indian Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/ #indianart #durgastatues #marblestatues #durgamarblestatue #statue
Helensburgh
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£224.25
Designer Peacock Showpiece on a Mushroom Plant - Brass Sculpture
One of the most preciously auspicious birds in Hindu mythology, Peacock has various symbolisms appended to it. The legend says that the bird peacock was brought to life with the feathers of Garuda, another mythical bird that was said to carry lord Vishnu. It represents the cycle of time, purity as well as is related to goddess Lakshmi, the bestower of wealth and prosperity. This is why keeping peacock feathers are considered auspicious and incite for wealth and good fortune. Peacock Brass Sculpture: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/homeandliving/15-designer-peacock-showpiece-on-mushroom-plant-handmade-home-decor-decorative-object-accents-brass-statue-made-in-india-zep129/ Peacocks: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/homeandliving/animals/peacocks/ Animal Figurine: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/homeandliving/animals/ Home & Livings: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/homeandliving/ Indian Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com #indianart #art #peacockbrassstatue #brasssculpture
Castlereagh
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£126.56
Chemchok Heruka with Consort Tibetan Buddhist - Thangka Painting
In Tibetan Buddhism, Chemchok Heruka is most notably known to be the focal divinity in the Fifty-eight Wrathful Deities mandala where he is the furious aspect of Samantabhadra. These 58 deities are said to be wrathful deities one can meet in death and rebirth. He is also known as the Mahottara Heruka. Meanwhile, in the Guhyagarbha Tantra, he is the main deity among the Heruka of the Eight Commandments of Accomplishments (Nyingmapa lineage) in Tibet. Chemchok Heruka Painting: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/paintings/chemchok-heruka-with-consort-tibetan-buddhist-tj06/ Wrathful Painting: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/thangka/wrathful/ Thangka Painting: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/thangka/ Indian Art: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/paintings/ #indiaart #paintings #thangkapaintings #wrathfulpaintings #chemchokherukapainting #tibetianthangkapainting #tibetianpainting #art #tibetianbuddhistpainting
Locharbriggs
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