This depiction of a dancing diva of the classical era with all her sensuous posture is craftsmanship of unmatched flair. This reclaims an era when art and cultural ruled the roost. Kings and emperors have danseuses as integral part of their courts.Music was an integral part of royalty during the rule of kings in India. Several musical instruments, musical notes (Svara in Sanskrit), dances, dancers and musicians evolved during the time and it was a regular practice for the royal court to have musical events during the evenings. In this sculpture in sandstone, a danseuse is seen playing the violin, complete in the royal dress code, which had to be graceful -- quite well evidenced in the intricacy that is reflected through the detailed carving.
Owning a piece of marvel is like owning a piece from long lost history!
Suggested Placement: In the courtyard or at the main entrance.
Note: In respect to size, all statues can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
|Dimension||6ft x 28 inches|
The bust of Buddha is not quite common, especially when it clearly focuses on his features, which have a distinct ability to spread calmness in any environment. An ideal artifact for any home, this sculpture in sandstone clearly depicts the serenity on Buddha’s face. His composed eyes, the peaceful smile on his lips stand out lending an air of tranquility and feel of positivity. It is the perfect detailing in these two features that makes this sculpture a pleasant work of art and showcases the true beauty that lies in meditation (Manana in Sanskrit).
Suggested Placement: The main entrance or the corner of your living room or in your courtyard
Note: With respect to size, the statue can be custom made -- hand sculpted over a specific time frame.
Lord Ganesha is said to have a very affectionate bonding with his mother Devi Parvati. It is she who brought him to life and the instance is when she went bathing and wanted an attendant to guard the doors. She thus made a little boy out of some turmeric paste and brought it to life. When Lord Shiva, angered by the little boy stopping him from entering, cut off his head; it is maa Parvati who insisted on bringing him back to life. These are just a couple of anecdotes that tell the tale of a mother-son bond. Lord Ganesha, depicted in this Sandstone sculpture is hence also know as Gauri Nandana.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e., hand crafted exclusively for you in a size of your choice to suit your needs.
Suggested Placement: In your garden or front room.
Product Code: acsssslgtr-32.
Being aware of everything while being in a nidra (sleeping) posture is how Narayana is shown. Narayana is the resting form of energy, the active form of Lord Naryana is called Vishnu.This chalk stone sculpture depicts the lord with his consort goddess Laxmi resting on Sesha Naga. Shesh“ in Sanskrit and many Indian languages means “that which remains" and “ Naga" means snake, and snake symbolises energy in Hinduism.So when these two words shesha +naga are put together, it means, that which remains, ultimately, is ENERGY or Atman.
Suggested Placement: In the puja (worship) room or the living room showcase.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e. hand sculpted over a specific time frame.