Hindu Statues, Metal

Ganesha, Many-armed, Small

$20.00
Ganesha statue with many arms, in brass from Thailand
Alternate finish of Ganesha (Ganesh) statue, Hindu god of good luck, in brass
$20.00

A very robust, many-armed Ganesha (Ganesh) statue when two (or even four)arms just won't do the trick!

Size: 
3"(8 cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Saraswati with Vina

$1,250.00
Saraswati (Sarasvati), bronze statue of the goddess of learning
Bronze sculpture (statue) of Hindu goddess SaraswatiHindu deity goddess Saraswati in bronze statue with vina
$1,250.00

Sarasawati, “the flowing one”, was an ancient goddess of the Saraswati (Sarasvati) River, a river sacred to the ancient Aryans. This bronze statue of the Hindu goddess, made in India, is an especially graceful and serene image.

Size: 
19.5" H
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Parvati Seated

$245.00
Seated Parvati bronze statue from India
Seated Parvati bronze statue from IndiaParvati bronze statue from India
$245.00

Parvati, like Durga, is another form of the great goddess Devi. “‘Parvat’ means mountain. Parvati, daughter of Himavan, god of the Himalayas, is known as Daughter of the Mountain. Her greatest pleasure is to serve Shiva, and she combines the roles of caring wife and affectionate mother.”*

Size: 
10"(25.4cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Lakshmi with Lamp

$330.00
Statue of Sri Lakshmi, Hindu goddess of wealth
Bronze Lakshmi incense burner/oil lamp statueHindu Goddess  bronze Laksmi  statue for garden or home
$330.00

This statue shows Laksmi standing, rather than seated. Lakshmi (Laksmi or Laxmi), also known as Sri Lakshmi or Sri, is the goddess of wealth. She is considered to be the primeval goddess who appeared on the cosmic waters at the beginning of creation, floating on a lotus flower. As Vishnu's shakti, she is the sustaining force in the universe and forms with him the dual deity called Lakshmi-Narayana, symbolizing the transcendental unity of opposites in the absolute Brahman.

Size: 
16" (41cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha Seated, on Rat

$40.00
Ganesha, Hindu god of auspicious beginnings,  seated on his mount Mooshika
Ganesha seated on his mount Mooshika
$40.00

Ganesha (Ganesh), the elephant-headed god of the Hindu pantheon, is the one who paves the way for success, helping to remove obstacles in one's path. His elephant head is believed to symbolize wisdom.

In this statue, Ganesha is shown mounted on his trusty mount "Mooshika', a rat or shrew. This statue comes in two finishes; please specify if you prefer the reddish bronze or darker finish.

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

Size: 
4" (10 cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Ganesha Dancing, 8-armed

$40.00
Ganesha (Ganesh) statue (murti), of Hindu deity,  in bronze from India
Ganesha statue, alternate color option
$40.00

This wiggly Ganesha (Ganesh) statue has eight arms rather than the more traditional four. Ganesha is one of the most popular of all Hindu gods, and he is depicted in many different poses and forms.

Size: 
4"(10cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
India

Small Dancing Ganesha 2

$18.00
Dancing Ganesha brass statue in miniature, Hindu deity murti, from Thailand
$18.00

This statue of Ganesha dancing is a classic image of the Hindu deity Ganesha (Ganesh).

Ganesha is the son of Shiva, the Lord of the Dance. The movement of the universe is said to be maintained by the regular rhythm of Shiva's cosmic Dance of Bliss, the Nataraja. Occasionally there is a pause in the musical accompaniment while Shiva looks for a new rhythm. At that moment the universe ends, to be re-created as the dance begins again. Ganesha inherited his father's attributes, and is shown here in a dancing posture not unlike that of his father.

Size: 
2.3"(6cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Small Dancing Ganesha

$18.00
Statue of Hindu god Ganesha, deity of good luck and auspicious beginnings
Brass  Dancing Ganesha (Ganesh) statue from Thailand
$18.00

This statue of Ganesha dancing is a classic image of the Hindu deity Ganesha (Ganesh).

Ganesha is the son of Shiva, the Lord of the Dance. The movement of the universe is said to be maintained by the regular rhythm of Shiva's cosmic Dance of Bliss, the Nataraja. Occasionally there is a pause in the musical accompaniment while Shiva looks for a new rhythm. At that moment the universe ends, to be re-created as the dance begins again. Ganesha inherited his father's attributes, and is shown here in a dancing posture not unlike that of his father.

Size: 
2.5"(6.4cm)
Materials: 
Brass
Country of origin: 
Thailand

Ganesha Dancing, Gold

$170.00
Dancing Ganesha with gold painted finish typical of Nepal craftsmen
Dancing Ganesha (Ganesh) bronze and gold statue from NepalDancing Ganesha close-up showing detail of gold hand-painted face of Nepal style
$170.00

This classic pose of a four-armed dancing Ganesha (Ganesh) is painted with gold and other colors, in the traditional style of Nepal.

Size: 
6"(15cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
Nepal

Ganesha Seated, Gold 2

$170.00
Seated Ganesha statue in bronze with gold paint in Nepal style
Seated Ganesha statue made by Newari craftsmen in Nepal styleGanesh statue in close-up showing gold, blue and red paint of Nepal style statue
$170.00

Here is a slightly different pose of a seated four-armed Ganesha (Ganesh) with all of his implements in hand. Ganesha is painted with gold and other paints in the traditional Nepalese style.

Size: 
5"(13cm)
Materials: 
Bronze
Country of origin: 
Nepal
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