Divinity

Divinity

It has been a practice for over millennia to represent the images of Gods and Goddess in the form of statues and worship them. At statuesgallery.com we strive to bring this creation to your home. We have a wide collection of Divine statues in our gallery, come have a look.

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  1. Buddha stone statue in Vitarka mudra - Garden and Landscape decor

    $1,100.00
    This is an elegant Buddha stone statue depicted in Vitarka mudra. Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height: 53 cms
    • Width: 34 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian Black Granite hand crafted in Tamil Nadu, India
    • This is an elegant Buddha stone statue depicted in Vitarka mudra, one which evokes the energy of teaching and intellectual discussion.
    • When placed at home, office, library or study; it reflects productivity and motivation.
    • It is carved from high grade Indian black granite, handcrafted in Tamil Nadu, India.
  2. Pattarika Kanni with Peedam

    $650.00
    Pattarika Kanni with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Pattarika 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
  3. 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
  4. Sundarar with Peedam

    $450.00
    Sundarar with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 54 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Sundarar (Tamil Cundarar), also known affectionately as Tampiran Thozhan (Comrade of the Master, meaning friend of Shiva) was an eighth-century poet who was one of the most prominent Nayanars, the Shaiva bhakti (devotional) poets of Tamil Nadu. He was a contemporary of Cheraman Perumal and Kotpuli Nayanar who also figure in the 63 Nayanmars. The songs of praise are called Thiruthondathogai and is the original nucleus around which the Periyapuranam is based. The Periya Puranam, which collects the legends of the Nayanars, starts and ends with him. The hymns of seventh volume of the Tirumurai, the twelve-volume compendium of the poetry of Tamil Shaiva Siddhanta, were composed by him
  5. Thirugnanasambandar with Peedam

    $450.00
    Thirugnanasambandar with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 23 cms
    • Depth: 18 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Sambandar also called Thirugyana Sambandar, Tirugnana Sambanthar, Campantar, Champantar, Jnanasambandar, Gnanasambandar, was a young Saiva poet-saint of Tamil Nadu who lived around the 7th century CE.
    • He is one of the most prominent of the sixty-three Nayanars, Tamil Saiva bhakti saints who lived between the sixth and the tenth centuries CE. Sambandar's hymns to Shiva were later collected to form the first three volumes of the Tirumurai, the religious canon of Tamil Saiva Siddhanta. He was a contemporary of Appar, another Saiva saint
  6. Thirunavukarasar with Peedam

    $450.00
    Thirunavukarasar with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 23 cms
    • Depth: 18 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Appar Tirunavukkarasar Nayanar (Tamil: திருநாவுக்கரசர் "King of the Tongue, Lord of Language"), also known as Navakkarasar and Appar "Father", was a seventh-century Śaiva Tamil poet-saint, one of the most prominent of the sixty-three Nayanars. He was an older contemporary of Thirugnana Sambandar. His birth-name was Marulneekkiyar. He was called "father" by Sambandar, hence the name Appar.
    • Sundarar states in his Tiruttondartokai that Appar composed 4900 hymns of ten or eleven verses each. This statement is repeated by Nambiyandar Nambi and Sekkizhar, but only 313 hymns are known today. These hymns are collected into the Tirumurai. Within the Tirumurai, the compositions of Appar, Sundarar and Thirugnana Sambandar are collected within their own volumes, called Tevarama
  7. Vana Kanni with Peedam

    $650.00
    Vana Kanni with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Vasumadhi 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
  8. Vasumadhi Kanni with Peedam

    $650.00
    Vasumadhi Kanni with Peedam Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Vasumadhi 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
  9. Karpaga Vinayagar

    $600.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 30 cms
    • Width: 25 cms
    • Depth: 10 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Vinayagar, also known as Ganapati, Ganesh, Pillaiyar, Ganesha, Yaanai Mugan is immediately recognizable as the elephant-headed god. He is the god of wisdom and learning, as well as the remover of obstacles, and consequently the sign of auspiciousness. It is customary to begin cultural events, for example, by propitiating Vinayagar, and older Sanskrit works invoked his name at their commencement.
    • Vinayagar is said to have written down the Mahabharata from the dictation of Vyasa. He is the lord (Isa) of the Ganas or troops of inferior deities, but more well-known as the son of Shiva and Parvati. In the most common representations of Vinayagar, he appears as a pot-bellied figure and his elephant head has only one tusk. Like most other Indian gods, he has a ‘vehicle’, in his case a rat: this rat is usually shown at the foot of the god, but sometimes Vinayagar is astride the rat
  10. Fancy Vinayagar

    $450.00
    Fancy Vinayagar Learn More
    Statue Details
    • Height : 18 cms
    • Width: 24 cms
    • Depth: 12 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Vinayagar, also known as Ganapati, Ganesh, Pillaiyar, Ganesha, Yaanai Mugan is immediately recognizable as the elephant-headed god. He is the god of wisdom and learning, as well as the remover of obstacles, and consequently the sign of auspiciousness. It is customary to begin cultural events, for example, by propitiating Vinayagar, and older Sanskrit works invoked his name at their commencement.
    • Vinayagar is said to have written down the Mahabharata from the dictation of Vyasa. He is the lord (Isa) of the Ganas or troops of inferior deities, but more well-known as the son of Shiva and Parvati. In the most common representations of Vinayagar, he appears as a pot-bellied figure and his elephant head has only one tusk. Like most other Indian gods, he has a ‘vehicle’, in his case a rat: this rat is usually shown at the foot of the god, but sometimes Vinayagar is astride the rat

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