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  1. Stone Ural Ullakai

    $800.00
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    Stone Ural Ullakai
  2. Granite Bowl Big Rectangle shaped
  3. Ayyapan with Peedam

    $2,200.00
    Ayyapan with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 73 cms
    • Width: 39 cms
    • Depth: 28 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Lord Ayyappan or simply Ayyappa (also spelled as Ayappa) is a popular Hindu deity worshiped mainly in South India. Ayyaappa is believed to be born out of the union between Lord Shiva and the mythical enchantress Mohini, who is regarded as an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Therefore, Ayyappan is also known as 'Hariharan Puthiran' or 'Hariharputhra,' which literally means the son of both 'Hari' or Vishnu and 'Haran' or Shiva.. Ayyappan is also referred to as Ayyappa, Sastavu, Manikandan, Shasta or Dharma Shasta
  4. Elephants - Set

    $1,350.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 24 cms
    • Width: 36 cms
    • Depth: 14 cms
  5. Granite Aatu Kal

    $600.00
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    Granite Aatu Kal
  6. Rectangular Plates Big

    $100.00
    Rectangular Plates Big Learn More
    Rectangular Plates Big
  7. Fish
  8. White Vase

    $1,500.00
    White Vase Learn More
    • Height : 61 cms
    • Material : Indian Granite Stone
  9. Sindhu Naga Kanni with Peedam

    $650.00
    Sindhu Naga Kanni with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Sindhu Naga Kanni is one among the seven deties called Saptha Kanniar (Seven Virgins).
    • They are the seven virgin mothers who protect the family, the village and town. They are the Kula Theivams or Gods of Family, angels of the main Goddess Shakti /Parvati.
    • These idols are found in all village and town Hindu temples, usually in the back yard of the main deity.
    • They are also found as the main deities in some rural temples. In some places they are formless as just plain seven stones.
    • They protect families and villages from diseases, floods, drought and other calamities. They bring prosperity to people. They are woshipped by people of Tamil nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in India.
    • It is believed that those who are unable to offer prayers to their Kula Theivam (Family God) can offer prayers to the Saptha Kanniar instead
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