Statues have religious as well as spiritual significance. Statues are usually kept in Puja room or meditation room. As they are to bring prosperity and good luck in life, putting alongside the bed or the working table is quite common.
Goddess Kali Statue
Kali is the Hindu goddess (or Devi) of death, time, and is often associated with sexuality and violence but is also considered a strong mother-figure and symbol of motherly-love. Lord Shiva went and lay down among the corpses where the Goddess was dancing. Accidentally, Kali stepped on Shiva and soon she realized her mistake. It is then her tongue immediately came out. This is one of the most worthy statue you can keep to yourself or gift to your loved ones in any occasions.
Lord Krishna is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is usually portrayed as a god-child, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero, and the universal supreme being in holy scripts Mahabharat, Gita and Purans.
Radha Krishna Dancing Statue
“RADHAKRISHNA” are collectively known as the combined form of feminine and masculine realities of god. It is believed that Krishna enchants the world but Radha is believed to enchant Krishna. This dancing statue is the best form of the spiritual love between the divine Krishna and his devotee Radha.
Goddess of Wealth Laxmi Statue
This is a resin statue of seated Hindu goddess Laxmi, goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is wife and energy of Vishnu, one of principal deities of Hinduism. She is revered as the embodiment of beauty, grace and charm, and her image is said to bring good luck to any environment.
Shiva on Shiva Statue
This statue has 4 heads of Lord Shiva. He is always represented with his hair tied up in a topknot and 3 eyes. The right and left eye represent his activities in the physical world while the third eye symbolizes his spiritual wisdom and power. This statue of Lord Shiva is portable and can be easily fitted anywhere in your car, table or Pooja room.
Laxmi Narayan Statue
Laxminarayana, is referring to Vishnu, also known as Narayan, when he is with his consort, Lakshmi, in his abode, Vaikuntha. It portrays Lakshmi in the service of Narayan, who is reclining on the cosmic serpent Sesha, floating in Kshīrsagār, the Ocean of Milk. It is a resin statue purely handmade in Nepal, shows the fine art in its own.
Small Mandala Shiva Statue
This is the small mandala statue that has Lord Shiva over the disc in his mediating position. The small creature in front of Shiva is his vahan “NANDI”, around his neck he has his ornament; serpent and beside him there is trident which is his weapon and Damru, the instrument of Lord Shiva.The Damru was first created by Shiva to produce spiritual sounds by which this whole universe has been created and regulated.
So this statue is most angelic from the collection which is complete in a very small size.
Mandala Shiva Statue
Lord Shiva is one of the most important deities of Hindu who is considered as the member of the holy trinity of Hinduism. This mandala Shiva statue is the perfect handwork of resin. The statue clearly shows the large topknot of Shiva and serpent round his neck which is supposed to be his ornament. This is also one of the most preferred statue of Lord Shiva all over the world.
Shesh Nag Shiva Statue
Lord Shiva is supposed to be one of the three supreme powers. This statue of Shivalinga covered by snakes is the representation of Lord Shiva in his ornament;snakes. Lord Shiva shows us that he controls fear and death by wearing snake as ornament. There is a story that when the snake species were endangered, they approach Lord Shiva for Shelter. Lord Shiva gave them shelter by letting them stay in Mount Kailash. But due to cold weather,the snakes used to approach Lord Shiva for warmth of Body. He as a protector used to wore these snakes as ornament to provide warmth. And this statue is the depiction of this story holding great angelic value.
Shiva Linga Statue
Shivalinga is the symbolic representation of Lord shiva. It is used to worship Shiva in temples, smaller shrines, or as self-manifested natural objects. The linga is seen as a symbol of the energy and potential of Shiva himself. It is often represented as disc shaped platform while the symbol is a phallic symbol in origin.
This is the most aesthetic and precious statue from the collection that can easily fit into a small budget.
Lord Shiva Family
This is the family of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva and Parvati with their son Lord Ganesh seated in a bull; Nandi ,Vahan of Lord Shiva. This is one of the most valuable statue from the collection with the three important Gods of Hindu pantheon placed together. With the firm base, this statue can be easily placed in a Pooja or decor room and are available in three different colors; ivory, black and red.
Shubha Labh Ganesh Statue
Ganesh is one of the best known and loved deities in the Hindu pantheon of gods, and indeed is the most popular. Ganesh is the Lord of Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune and success. He is the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles of both material and spiritual kinds.
This is the statue that can be the most valuable gift to anyone for starting any work successfully.