Buddha Eyes Wall Decor Plate
These eyes are the representation of Lord Buddha’s almighty powers of seeing all that can be in the past, present as well as in futures.
Eyes of Buddha also symbolize an important part of Enlightenment and as well as Wisdom eyes.
The eyes look out in the four directions to symbolize the all-seeing of Buddha.
The nose between the Buddha’s eyes is a curly symbol that looks like a question mark that has represented the unity of all the things.
The third eye of Buddha symbolizes the all-seeing wisdom of Buddha.
So this can be the perfect selection to hang on your wall that could spread positivity all over to keep you energized and enlightened always.
Fiery Bhairav Wall Hanging – Yellow
Bhairav is a fierce manifestation of Shiva and is worshipped in South Asian Regions.
He is also known to be the protector as he guards the eight directions of the universe.
This art piece has 5 crowns, a serpent and a third eye related to Lord Shiva.
It is usually kept to remove negative and evil forces away from home.
It absolutely is a masterpiece as the hand carvings with auspicious symbols in it.
Handcrafted by the traditional method.
Kathmandu Durbar Square Wall Decor Plate – Ivory
Kathmandu Durbar Square also known as Hanuman Dhoka Square is a “UNESCO World Heritage Site” of Nepal.
Durbar Square was surrounded with eye-catching architecture and authentic showcases the skills of the Newar artists and craftsmen over several centuries.
This wall decor is a beautiful portrayal of the Kathmandu Durbar Square.
It has best tried to show the varieties of the places, the people, the houses and the temples.
So, this is one of the best wall decors that you can hang anywhere as it is beautiful in itself and also has a great religious and cultural significance.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square Wall Decor Plate
Bhaktapur Durbar Square is the best miscellany of pagoda and shikhara style temples.
It is best known around the world for the art and architecture with many good wood carvings and colossal pagoda temples present there.
The Durbar square is surrounded by eye-catching architecture and authentic showcases the skills of the Newari artists and craftsmen over several countries.
The complex consists of at least four distinct squares i.e. Durbar Square, Taumadhi Square, Dattatreya Square and Pottery Square.
The whole area is informally known as the Bhaktapur Durbar Square and is a highly visited site in the Kathmandu Valley.
This wall decor is the best example of representation of the diversity of Bhaktapur.
It can be the best choice for gifting your loved ones or for decorating your walls, especially if you are fond of art and architecture.