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. Dhandayuthapani

    $1,500.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 72 cms
    • Width: 36 cms
    • Depth: 26 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Dhandayuthapani is another name for Lord Muruga, when he took abode in the Palani Hills, one among his six dwelling places called Aaru Padai Veedu.
    • Murugan, also known as Karthikeyan, Skanda, Kumara and Subrahmanya, is the Hindu god of war. He is the son of Parvati and Shiva, brother of Ganesha, and a god whose life story has many versions in Hinduism. An important deity around South Asia since ancient times, Murgan is particularly popular and predominantly worshipped in South India and Sri Lanka.
  2. Deva Kanni with Peedam

    $650.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 44 cms
    • Width: 28 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Deva 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. Manickavasagar with Peedam

    $450.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 54 cms
    • Width: 23 cms
    • Depth: 18 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Maanikavasagar was a 9th-century Tamil poet who wrote Thiruvasakam, a book of Shaiva hymns. Thiruvasakam hymns are most beautiful, sublime and inspiring. They contain ornamental poetry and South Indians sing Tiruvasagam daily. The hearts of those who hear these hymns melt at once.
    • Maanikavasakar was also one of the main authors of saivite tirumurai: his work forms one volume of the Tirumurai, the key religious text of Tamil Shaiva Siddhanta. A minister to the Pandya king Varagunavarman II (c. 862 C.E. – 885 C.E.) (also called Arimarthana Pandiyan), he lived in Madurai. His work is a poetic expression of the joy of God-experience, the anguish of being separated from God
  4. Vinayagar Sitting

    $300.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 15 cms
    • Width: 13 cms
    • Depth: 11 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
  5. Vinayagar tabla

    $50.00
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    Vinayagar tabla
  6. Vinayagar palm

    $50.00
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    Vinayagar palm
  7. Vishnu

    $2,500.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 91 cms
    • Width: 26 cms
    • Depth: 20 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Vishnu is the second god in the Hindu triumvirate (or Trimurti). The triumvirate consists of three gods who are responsible for the creation, upkeep and destruction of the world. The other two gods are Brahma and Shiva.
    • Brahma is the creator of the universe and Shiva is the destroyer. Vishnu is the preserver and protector of the universe.
    • His role is to return to the earth in troubled times and restore the balance of good and evil. So far, he has been incarnated nine times, but Hindus believe that he will be reincarnated one last time close to the end of this world.
  8. Ranganthar
  9. Murugan
  10. Sai Baba

    $3,000.00
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    Statue Details
    • Height : 45 cms
    • Width: 26 cms
    • Depth: 23 cms
    • Materials : Indian granite stone hand crafted in India
    • Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who is regarded by his devotees as a saint, a fakir, a satguru and an incarnation (avatar) of Lord Shiva and Dattatreya. He is revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees during, as well as after his lifetime. Saibaba is now revered as incarnation of Sri Dattatreya, and considered as Saguna Brahma. He is attributed to be the creator, sustainer and destroyer of this universe by his devotees. He is decorated with jewels and all forms of Hindu vedic deities as he is supreme God.
    • According to accounts from his life, he preached the importance of realization of the self, and criticized love towards perishable things. His teachings concentrate on a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to the God and guru. He stressed the importance of surrender to the true Satguru, who, having trod the path to divine consciousness, will lead the disciple through the jungle of spiritual trainin

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