Each Mudras or peculiar hand gestures that can be seen in statues of Buddha have their own meaning, providing insights into an enlightened life. Dharmachakra mudra is one such unique hand gesture as sculpted in this kochila-stone marvel with bit of black polish. Translated from Buddhism as the wheel of Dharma, the distinctive gesture is also known as gesture of Teaching of the Wheel of Dharma. It depicts a significant moment in Buddha's life; he performed the mudra during his first sermon in Sarnath, a city north-east of Varanasi near the confluence of the Ganges and the Gomati rivers in Uttar Pradesh, India. Looking at the sculpture can unconsciously elevate inner awareness and usher calmness and peace.
Suggested Placement : The prayer room or the living room.
Note : With respect to size, the statue can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
|Dimension||6 x 4 x 2.5 inches|
Radha and Krishna even after being separated remain united in soul, spirit and in the consciousness of millions of followers.The love of Radha and Krishna is the blissful form of divine regality, an ocean of unlimited divine bliss. Krishna is referred as the “poornatam purushottam brahma” or the supreme personality of the god. Thus all the forms of god reside within Krishna, where all the forms are absolute and divinely one. This green stone carved sculpture in all its magnificence potrays the divine bonding of radha and krishna in Gokul.
Artist : Rabi Sahoo
In ancient times, the kings were the biggest and most generous patrons of art and culture. Their patronage allowed traditional artists and craftsmen to flourish and the grateful artisans immortalized their courts in the form of beautiful and exquisite works of art. This intricately carved wooden sculpture captures a skilled woman musician in the midst of playing a beautiful melody on her string instrument to entertain the king and his court. The adroit craftsmanship captures the grandness of her outfit, complete with precious stones and the look of intense concentration as she focuses on entertaining the rapturous audience through her craft.
Suggested Placement: In the living room or in the bed room
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made e.g. handcrafted exclusively for you in a size of your choice to suit your needs
Ganesha, also Known as Akhuratha is one of the most revered deities in sanatana dharma. He is the ruler and the remover of all obstacles and also the bestower of knowledge. Hence Lord Ganesha is prayed before starting any new journey in life. This gorara stone carved sculpture in its grandeur depicts the lord in a sedentary position with his trunk turned towards left. The trunk turning left symbolizes moon and the cool power of ida nadi in our psychic body. This also signifies that lord blesses the devotees with the access to the fruit of their work in the material world.The laddu (sweet ball) indicates all material comfort.
Suggested Placement: This sculpture in all its glory can be entrenched in the Puja room or in the living room.
Note: This can also be custom made i.e hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
Artist : Rabi Sahoo